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May 4, 2022Jun 12, 2022

Sculpture Distilled

Husk Farm Distillery will be hosting the inaugural Sculpture Distilled exhibition, running from 4 May - 12 June 2022. This open-air sculpture exhibition will showcase nine celebrated local artists and is part of the annual Murwillumbah Arts Trail.

May 7, 2022May 21, 2022

Live and Local Tweed - Micro-Festival

As part of Live and Local Tweed, there will be a free micro festival held over 3 consecutive Saturdays – 7, 14 and 21 May – with local artists playing at selected venues in Murwillumbah. The music will be on between 10:30 am and 1:45 pm, with 4 local venues hosting gigs each Saturday.

May 28, 2022

Self Exhibition Opening Event

Join the (un)official opening event of Self, a Northern Rivers Creative group show now open at Grafton Regional Gallery. Explore the gallery through to the adjoining sculpture garden where you can indulge in drinks and nibbles while discussing all things art.

May 28, 2022

Let's Talk About Art, Baby!

Join the first live event of a 3 part series of live panel discussion events augmenting the current Self exhibition open at Grafton Regional Gallery. Creative Producer Ingrid Wilson will lead a discussion joined by exhibiting artists inspiring audiences through an insight into their creative practice, with a focus on all things gender.

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May 4, 2022Jun 12, 2022

Sculpture Distilled

Husk Farm Distillery will be hosting the inaugural Sculpture Distilled exhibition, running from 4 May - 12 June 2022. This open-air sculpture exhibition will showcase nine celebrated local artists and is part of the annual Murwillumbah Arts Trail.

May 7, 2022May 21, 2022

Live and Local Tweed - Micro-Festival

As part of Live and Local Tweed, there will be a free micro festival held over 3 consecutive Saturdays – 7, 14 and 21 May – with local artists playing at selected venues in Murwillumbah. The music will be on between 10:30 am and 1:45 pm, with 4 local venues hosting gigs each Saturday.

May 20, 2022May 28, 2022

A Property of the Clan

'A Property of the Clan' was written by Nick Enright in 1992. Set in regional NSW it is a tragic tale inspired by real events, and examines a culture of boys and girls lost in the gender war of Australian masculinity and the emotional effects that loss has on young people.

May 28, 2022

Self Exhibition Opening Event

Join the (un)official opening event of Self, a Northern Rivers Creative group show now open at Grafton Regional Gallery. Explore the gallery through to the adjoining sculpture garden where you can indulge in drinks and nibbles while discussing all things art.

May 28, 2022

Let's Talk About Art, Baby!

Join the first live event of a 3 part series of live panel discussion events augmenting the current Self exhibition open at Grafton Regional Gallery. Creative Producer Ingrid Wilson will lead a discussion joined by exhibiting artists inspiring audiences through an insight into their creative practice, with a focus on all things gender.