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Events - Seminars, Workshops & Training

The Cad Factory | RE//CREATING

RE//CREATING is the third and final exhibition featuring the work of 22 female Riverina artists curated by Dr Julie Montgarrett (Charles Sturt University) and Sarah McEwan. Read more

Australia Council | EOI for Signature Works - Innovation Lab 2017

The Australia Council are inviting expressions of interest to participate in an immersive four day residential Innovation Lab in May 2017. The Lab will offer an entirely Indigenous creative space with hope to strengthen future Indigenous signature works and embolden artists with strong ideas and innovative work. Read more

Tweed Regional Art Gallery |RAF Project: 'If These Halls Could Talk' Public Programs

A new exhibition at Tweed Regional Gallery delves deeper into a celebration of town halls in the Northern Rivers and the stories they inspire. The exhibition, Tumbulgum and the Countdown to Midnight at the First Supper Between Now and Forever, is on display at the Gallery from 17 February and draws from the research for a multi-arts project entitled If These Halls Could Talk. Read more

Creative Non-Fiction Festival 2017 Program Announced

Good books matter. Great journalism matters. Clear thinking matters. History matters. Creative non-fiction is the search for more eloquent and elegant ways to tell the truth in a world where demagogues seem bent on pursuing the ugliest way to frame a lie. Read more

Muswellbrook | Growing Local Tourism Talent Course

Recent school leavers, unemployed people with hospitality qualifications, existing hospitality workers, and Visitor Information Centre volunteers or people whose current business links to the tourism industry are encouraged to attend a two hour introduction to a ‘Growing Local Tourism Talent’ information session at Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre on Tuesday 28 February, 2017 at 11am. Read more

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Damian Smith Performance

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present one of Australia’s most accomplished male ballet dancers, Damian Smith, for a special one-off performance on Sunday 26 February. Hosted by the Gallery in partnership with the Allegro Ballet School, this renowned performer will present his unique combination of dance and painting for Wagga Wagga audiences. Read more