Japanese Book Binding Workshop by Agnes Lingane

Small Forest Wines presents this Japanese Book Binding Workshop by Agnes Lingane At this workshop we will explore several Japanese book bindings such as “Yotsume Toji” (Japanese Four-Hole Book Binding), Hempleaf and Tortoise-Shell bindings. We will also make a traditional Japanese account Book. For this workshop, we will use a variety of materials and papers…

LIGHT ON

The exhibition of works on paper at the Murrurundi Museum and Art Gallery is by six artists who work under the name LIGHT ON. They meet monthly to paint predominantly in watercolours on paper. The artists are: Lisa Bijleveld, Pilar Helmers, John Morrissey, Haley O’Brien, Susan Smith and Jelle van den Berg. “We are a…

Dashville Nights

Dashville’s grand re-opening night for the 2023/24 season is August 25th, with a very special Dashville Nights, featuring homegrown heroes, Johnston City, Ben Leece & Left of The Dial and Magpie Diaries. For all the details and to book tickets please visit https://www.dashville.com.au/dashville-nights

Music Mondays

The Singleton Arts + Cultural Centre invites members of the general public and members of Singleton’s U3A adult education group to enjoy ‘music appreciation’ with a difference: relaxed, conversational gatherings hosted by local resident musician Robert Harris, with audio-visual samplings of musical styles … fun, familiar & not just Classical – and it’s FREE! 1.30…

Legend in a Lunchbox (In the Frame) Victoire

Can you guess who the artists are? These legends are Dungog by Design artists who have mediated these lunchboxes with their talent. This is their bragging board to raise self-esteem, feel connected and celebrate our talents with DUNGOG in a playful way. Take a good look! Each are of unique character and will lead you…

Workshops were “brilliant” – you can still have your say on arts & culture

In Gresford, a series of four community workshops were recently conducted by Peter Kenyon, a self-proclaimed community enthusiast and social capitalist from the Bank of Ideas. These workshops aimed to foster discussions about the community’s aspirations and desired directions for the region. Various topics were covered, including community well-being, economic issues, tourism, and recreation. One…

Arts Upper Hunter at Singleton NAIDOC Celebrations

The sun shone brilliantly, and the crowds certainly turned out for NAIDOC celebrations held in Singleton in July. Arts Upper Hunter provided creative activities for enthusiastic participants in the form of Aboriginal designed sand art cards. AUH was represented by our Aboriginal Arts Officer Richie Lawton and Project Officers Sue Lawton and Marina Lee-Warner.  …