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The Henry Lawson Festival of Arts | Art Competition 2017

The 2017 Henry Lawson Festival of the Arts Competition is now open for entries. Categories include Traditional ($1500, acquisitive), Watercolour ($1000), Contemporary ($1000), Pastels ($1000), Miniature Painting ($500), Local Artist ($400 1st Prize, $100 2nd Prize), Drawing ($200) and People's Choice ($100). Read more

Charlie Siem & Omega Ensemble Tour

For the first time ever, internationally renowned violin virtuoso Charlie Siem will perform in Australia with the Sydney-based Omega Ensemble, showcasing a classical music recital in uniquely Australian settings. Read more

RAF Project | Mid North Coast Creative Ageing Festival

Regional Arts Fund project, Mid North Coast Creative Ageing Festival is shaping up with a number of sneak peeks made available by Mid North Coast Festival. With over 50 events and offers, the Mid North Coast Creative Ageing Festival provide will provide opportunities for people who wish to age creatively to participate in the arts through exhibitions, performances, film screenings, dance, workshops, discussion groups, networking and sharing of experiences and information. Read more

IlluminARTe Festival | Call for Artists

Festival Theme – “Animate, Activate, Generate” Artists from the Councils within the Southern Tablelands Arts region including Hilltops, Goulburn Mulwaree, Queanbeyan Palerang, Upper Lachlan, Wingecarribee, Wollondilly and Yass Valley, and artists from the Macarthur Region interested in having their art work showcased, digitally mapped and projected onto key buildings in Picton as part of the illuminARTe Wollondilly Festival 2017 are now invited to submit their works for consideration. Read more

The Lorne Sculpture Biennale | Expressions of Interest

The Lorne Sculpture Biennale was founded in 2007 and with over 60,000 visitors attending the 5th Biennale last year, the event was pronounced an unmitigated success. The Curator, President and Committee now invite artists from across the globe to participate in the 6th Lorne Sculpture Biennale, ‘LANDFALL’ nature + humanity + art, which will takeplace between 17 March and 2 April 2018. Read more