Entries for the inaugural Sculpture on the Farm now open

Sculpture on the Farm will be held at “Fosterton” opening on Friday 28 September at 5pm, then Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 September and Monday 1 October, 2018. This inaugural exhibition and sale of sculptures will be held in conjunction with the renowned Dungog Festival, which is a celebration of the arts, local food and rural life and attracts people from all over the state.

Kaput tours Upper Hunter

Kaput, the multi-award winning family show has melted hearts of all ages around the world with its glorious brand of slapstick, acrobatics and total silliness. Be swept up in the mayhem that is the larger-than-life ‘elegant buffoon’ Tom Flanagan, as one man’s life is flipped upside down by the lonely dust covered world that surrounds…

Creative Writing Workshop at Singleton

Have you always wanted to write or been writing alone at home for years? Then join our Creative Writing course lead by  Karen Crofts director of Hunter Writers Centre to help you whether you’re anew or seasoned writer. This workshop is presented by the Singleton Public Library in partnership with Arts Upper Hunter and the…

Making Art Work

Making Art Work: An Economic Study of Professional Artists in Australia by David Throsby and Katya Petetskaya is the sixth in a series carried out independently over thirty years by Professor Throsby at Macquarie University, with funding from the Australia Council. The series tracks trends in the lives and working conditions of Australian artists over…

Creative Achievement Awards

The Creative Achievement Awards celebrate and reward the outstanding achievements of individuals, teams and organisations that have helped raise the global profile of the creative industries in NSW. Nominations close 16 March 2018 This year there are three categories: 1) The prestigious NSW Creative Laureate. This award recognises an individual, team or organisation making a…

Figures of Difference

Opening the latest exhibition by Murrurundi & District Historical Society, Brad Franks, Manager of Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre said the small community was fast developing into an art clique in the Upper Hunter. Around 40 people turned out for the opening and witnessed not only a complete change in art directions but also a revamped exhibition…