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Lismore Regional Gallery | Dirt & Ash: Fiona Fell and Kellie O'Dempsey

Dirt & Ash displays a dynamic exchange between two mid-career artists, Fiona Fell and Kellie O’Dempsey. The exhibition explores the links between artists’ bodies and practices via their respective mediums of clay (Fell) and charcoal (O’Dempsey). At face value, Fell and O’Dempsey have very different approaches to art. Fell’s process is private and studio based. O’Dempsey’s performance drawing is a public spectacle. Read more

World Champion Ragtime Jazz Pianist to Perform in Orange

The Orange Regional Conservatorium (ORC) is proud to present world champion pianist Adam Swanson Tuesday 23rd October 6pm. As part of his East Coast Australian tour the American pianist will be appearing at the James Sheahan Catholic High School Performing Arts Centre, taking advantage of both the fantastic venue and beautiful Steinway Grand Piano. Read more

Southern Tablelands Arts | Spring Fling: Combined Choirs Concert in Yass

This October be delighted by the best of choral voices with Southern Tablelands Arts' Spring Fling Combined Choirs Concert in Yass. Featuring Maisie's Choir and the Kitchen Band (Yass), the Dante Musica Viva Choir (Canberra), the Bridge to Sing Choir (Goulburn), Canberra Community Voices (Canberra) and the Good Vibes choir (Yass). Read more

Lieder Theatre Company | Periphery Festival

A weekend of workshops, discussions and networking, culminating in performances, Periphery will examine theatre as a tool for social change through the shared experiences of a broad range of community organisations, theatre practitioners and interested individuals. Read more

Runway Travel Bursary | Liveworks 2018

Runway are offering a travel bursary to support an artist/writer/curator from Regional New South Wales to attend Liveworks 2018 (18 – 28 October) and Writing for Experimental Performance Workshop (Saturday 27 October). Read more

Diversity, Community, Equality – It’s What Mullum Music Fest Does Best

Diversity. Community. Equality! That's the vibe that underpins Mullum Music Festival, the popular small town festival that’s on every music lovers’ bucket list. With headline acts like Nigerian Bombino, Guyana’s Mad Professor, Jah9 from Jamaica, and Osaka Monaurail from Japan bringing the music of the globe to the stage, the festival also brings local music to the globe with its third announcement celebrating the immense talent of the region. Read more

Four Winds | The Sound of the 18th Century Comes to Bermagui

Four Winds is welcoming former Festival Artistic Director and recorder virtuoso Genevieve Lacey to the Windsong Pavilion on Sunday 19 August 2018. Genevieve will be joined by celebrated Australian baroque bassoonist Jane Gower and Lars Ulrik Mortensen from Denmark on harpsichord – who are both among the finest players in the world of baroque music. Read more

Orana Arts | A Little Piece of Heaven

A Little Piece of Heaven is the story of Auntie Ruth and Uncle Dick Carney, elders of the Narromine community. The couple tell their story in their own words, delivering a truly extraordinary untold tale of Aboriginal life in country NSW through the twentieth century. Read more

Bello Winter Music 2018 Wraps Up a Sell-Out Success

In its fourth outing, Bello Winter Music (12-15 July) was once again a sell-out success that saw thousands of patrons fill the halls, cafes, clubs and streets of the picturesque Mid North Coast town of Bellingen. Thirteen different venues within the town played host to a diverse line-up of more than 80 international, national and local musicians. Read more

Murmuration | 'Days Like These' Links City and Country and People of Diversity

A contemporary theatre production that blossomed in regional NSW returns home to Western Sydney with renewed spark and depth. After a two-year residency at The Arts Centre Cootamundra in the Riverina district, originally Marrickville based and relocating to Western Sydney in 2017, ‘Murmuration’ is looking forward to performing in front of their home tribe. Read more