The Highlands is known for the strength and creativity of its artistic community. Practitioners of all levels, from national icons to enthusiastic amateurs, come to the area for the cool air, natural beauty and lifestyle which combine to provide an inspirational environment in which to create. The region supports a vibrant Arts/Culture ethos that is reflcted in the wealth of events, performances, exhibitions and festivals that occur
through every season, all year. As a dedicated Arts & Culture site for the Southern Highlands, ARTSfie is both a teaser for the spectacular creative offerings of the region, and a calendar of events for various cultural happenings during the year. We trust that you enjoy what you see and look forward to meeting you here in the Southern Highlands.
The Southern Highlands Art Studio Trail is held every year in November. It is an opportunity for artists of all disciplines to open their studio doors and welcome visitors to explore their creative habitats. Exhibiting artists include full-time professionals as well as emerging artists across a range of media; painting (traditional and contemporary), ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, furniture, textiles, photography, garden sculpture and printmaking
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The Summer Exhibition includes a mix of works from the Gallery Stockroom and exhibitions held throughout 2019. Works include paintings, etchings, limited edition prints, photography, sculpture and glass. Exhibiting artists include – Ross Townsend, Greg Hyde, Paul Battams, Ros Goody, Bruce Chanter, Felicia Aroney, Ivan Goodacre, Meredith Woolnough, Pennie Pomroy, David Welch, Ted Lewis, Liz Priestley, Lisa Rodden, Nicole Ayliffe, Annie Holcombe, Kim Shannon, Justin Pearson, Ian Bell, Dana Dion, Denise Faulkner, Amanda Harrison, Janet Matthews, Penny Oates, Laurel Lawless, Janet Cervin, Anthony Springford, Max Linegar, Aidan Weichard, Ebony Bennett, Susan Heslin, Philip Turton, Paul Harmon, Melissa Hartley, and more…
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Ever wanted to bat on iconic Bradman Oval, where The Don learned to hone his cricket skills as a young boy? You and the family + friends can when you visit Bradman Museum!
Simply visit one of our friendly staff at the Bradman Museum’s front counter and grab one of our free cricket kits and have a bat on the iconic oval’s outfield. We provide the cricket gear, you bring the family!
Cricket kits and oval outfield access are free with General Admission to Bradman Museum! Suitable all ages. Weather dependant. Availability subject to oval not in use by other events.