Quiltarama

Saturday 8 & Sunday 9 September 2018 Clarence Town Dungog-Clarence Town CWA presents its popular Quiltarama on Saturday 08 September 2018, 10 am – 4 pm and Sunday 09 September 2018, 10 am – 3 pm at the Clarence Town School of Arts Hall, Grey Street, Clarence Town and the Clarence Town Senior Citizens Day…

Entries now open for the Basil Sellers Art Prize

The Basil Sellers Art Prize is a $20,000 acquisitive art prize and exhibition that features 2D artworks (excluding photography and digital media) run by Eurobodalla Shire Council. The winning work will be acquired by businessman and philanthropist, Basil Sellers AM and placed in his extensive private collection. The art prize is open to artists living in…

The Blue Heeler Film Festival is back.

The Blue Heeler Film Festival is back – and 2018 is shaping up to be a watershed year for local short film producers with a new patron, substantial cash prizes to be won and the Gold Bluey Award up for grabs. Inspired by star of the big and small screen, Sigrid Thornton, who has graciously…

Historical Hall Reactivated

There has been a recent renewal of energy and interest in revitalising the historic Bandon Grove School of Arts Hall about 10 kilometres north of Dungog. The School of Arts Committee aim to reconnect residents of the Bandon Grove area by making the hall relevant and refurbishing the building. This has motivated a couple of…

Artstate Festival and Conference Launched in Bathurst

On Monday 28 May at the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre Regional Arts NSW launched Artstate Bathurst, the second iteration of a four-year program building upon conversations, partnerships and opportunities for regional artists and arts organisations. Partnering with Arts OutWest, this four-day event in Bathurst will welcome an anticipated 200 arts industry delegates and include a…

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.