This annual exhibition will take place over the June long weekend (7–9 June) in conjunction with Gulgong’s Henry Lawson Festival. The competition is open from 1 February and major prizes include the Clyde Oakley Memorial Prize ($1,000), a people’s choice award ($500), art form, adult and youth categories.
For more information and to enter, please visit Gulgong Arts Council.
This year the annual Gulgong Folk Festival will include: Highlander, Sancha & The Blue Gypsies, Den Hanrahan, Steel City Sue, Reeling Rosie, Stringline and many more great acts.
Also on the line-up: workshops, markets, blackboard concerts, sessions, busking, poetry, the John Dengate political parody songwriting competition and a Steinway piano recital.
More at Gulgong Folk Festival.
The Twisted Sisters, Cecily Walters and Toni Morrison, recreate the spirit of the universe in wool. Employing modern techniques to one of the oldest fabrics they construct energetic three dimensional pods and sculptures that bring together the vastness of the solar system to the earthy familiarity of our natural world.
This HomeGround exhibition is presented at the Western Plains Cultural Centre. For more WPCC exhibitions click here.
The Gulgong Arts Council flagship competition and exhibition invites artists in a variety of mediums to compete for awards, including the Clyde Oakley Memorial Prize depicting any aspect of the life and work of Henry Lawson. The exhibition takes place over the June long weekend, during the Henry Lawson Festival, with the official presentation at 11am on 9 June.
For more information visit Gulgong Arts Council.
This biennial event will take place in a region that is globally recognised for its strong links with the field of ceramics. Mansfield Ceramics are committed to bringing the best national and international artists to the beautiful town of Gulgong. A jam-packed week-long program of events that includes something for everyone interested in ceramics.
Event details here.