After a two-year absence caused by the pandemic, the South Burnett’s salute to all things Scottish will get under way at Boondooma Homestead on Thursday (August 18) and continue non-stop until late Sunday afternoon.
An exotic mix of textile art, photography and painting is on display this month at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery.
Kingaroy Art Gallery is filled this month with vibrant and enthusiastic art by students from Kingaroy State High School.
A superstar from the world of children’s books dropped in to Saint Mary’s Catholic College on Wednesday to share some tips about … drawing dragons!
Residents from across Toowoomba Regional Council area have been invited to take part in workshops which will shape the TRC’s new Arts and Cultural Strategy.
Blackbutt artist and author Janet Skinner has brought her “Janagatha” illustrated children’s story to the big screen thanks to a unique partnership between local artists and a videographer.
More than 120 guests turned up to Blackbutt’s Memorial Hall recently to celebrate the Taromeo Country Music Club’s 30th birthday.
The second and final month of the Queensland Winter Craft Festival may be just about stitched up for another year, but its most exciting sewing event will be running this weekend.
Excitement is building at the Nanango Theatre Company ahead of this week’s debut of their latest production, “Phantom Of The Music Hall”.
Former Murgon police officer Graham Raffin is exploring his artistic side in a spectacular display of digital art at Wondai Regional Art Gallery this month.
The Cherbourg Ration Shed is one of seven Queensland-based organisations or artists which will receive arts funding.
Visitors who braved Friday night’s chilly, wet weather to attend the opening of the second month of the Winter Craft Festival were handsomely rewarded for their efforts.
Taromeo Country Music Club in Blackbutt is about to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
Interested in developing a community arts project for your town? Then this workshop brought by the team behind the Blackbutt Avocado Festival is for you!
What do fifty people in a tin shed in Kingaroy have to do with Ukraine in 1905?
Drivers who pass Wondai’s Timber Museum after sunset will be treated to something special from now on.
The Kingaroy Art Gallery’s traditional two-month winter celebration of crafts was officially launched on Friday night.
The winners of the Youth Hub art competition were announced in Murgon on Friday.
An “orchestral jazz” workshop kept members of the South Burnett Community Orchestra busy at the weekend as they practised under the eyes of specialist tutors.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk unveiled a memorial to First Nations servicemen and women in Brisbane’s Anzac Square on Friday morning.