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Events - Seminars, Workshops & Training

Lismore Regional Gallery | Justene Williams: The Curtain Breathed Deeply

Lismore Regional Gallery is pleased to announce that a major solo exhibition of work by Justene Williams will open at the Gallery on 11 May at 6pm. The opening will be preceded by an in conversation session between the artist, Justene Williams, and Rachel Arndt (Gallery Programs & Touring Exhibitions Manager, Museums & Galleries of NSW) commencing at 5:15pm. Read more

Booranga Writers’ Centre | Lili Wilkinson, Writer-in-Residence

Booranga's second writer-in-residence for 2018 is YA author Lili Wilkinson, who will be in residence from 1 May until 14 May. During her stay at Booranga Lili will give a public reading at the Historic Council Chambers Thursday 3 May, 5 to 7pm and conduct a writing workshop at Booranga on Saturday 12 May, 2 to 4pm. Read more

Grafton Regional Art Gallery | POLLINATE Artist Talk

Award winning and highly collected artist and printmaker, Jenny Kitchener is presenting an artist talk about her love of printmaking, nature and the essential role of pollinating birds in Australia, at Grafton Regional Gallery, May 5, 10.30 am. Read more

CASP Project | What Happens if.... Art Workshops

The Narrandera Arts and Creative Network CASP Funded workshop series "What happens if..." begins on Saturday 19th May with 6 more workshops to follow and an exhibition of the outcomes at the end of the year. The workshops have been designed to explore the concept of scarce resources, collaboration and different techniques. Each workshop will be broken into 3 key parts. Read more

Murray Arts | Smart Arts Workshops

Murray Arts and Wodonga Council present Smart Arts, a series of professional development workshops for locally based artists. On Saturday 12th May, Suzanne Derry from Arts Law Centre of Australia will visit Wodonga to deliver two Arts Law Workshops at Arts Space Wodonga, 160 Lawrence St, Wodonga. The workshops are free but registrations are essential. Read more