Young musicians from Moffatdale State School at Wondai Regional Art Gallery on Friday (Photo: Jane Erkens)

September 4, 2023

Young musicians from Moffatdale State School took to the stage at the official opening of Wondai Art Gallery’s September exhibition on Friday night.

Artworks by students from the school are featured in Kidz Korner this month, but the focus on opening night was on the musical cohort who played a range of instruments.

The audience was filled with their proud parents and friends.

The September exhibition also features works by a string of South Burnett-based artists.

Julie Tomlinson has “New Beginnings” in the front gallery, while the latest works by the Monday Artists group are in the main gallery.

“Satisfaction”, which features a range of styles and media, is the group’s ninth exhibition together.

Trish Erkens has taken over the third gallery with her “Pieces Of Me” exhibition.

Trish has been a serious artist for more than 30 years and has won numerous awards.

The exhibitions will remain on display at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery  until 3:00pm on September 30.

The gallery is open seven days a week, from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Entry is free.

Acting South Burnett Mayor Gavin Jones with featured artist Julie Tomlinson (Photo: Jane Erkens)
Artists Trish Erkens and Julie Tomlinson (at front) with a strong contingent from the SBRC, from left, Acting Mayor Gavin Jones, Cr Danita Potter, Cr Jane Erkens (who did the official opening), Cr Kathy Duff and Cr Scott Henschen (Photo: Jane Erkens)
The young musicians played in front of a big crowd (Photo: Jane Erkens)


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