Two of Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s longest supporters will be leaving the region soon.
If you’ve been missing your fill of live music, this is definitely a date to mark in your calendars! On January 15, some of the South Burnett’s best lives bands will be putting on a concert in the Kingaroy Town Hall Forecourt from 5:00pm to 11:00pm.
The South Burnett Community Young Orchestra – a spin-off from the popular South Burnett Community Orchestra – has a new name.
South Burnett Regional Council’s new Arts, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee will hold an induction of its inaugural committee members at the Council’s Kingaroy offices on Monday.
Participants attended a three-day workshop in Kingaroy last week to absorb valuable skills to help their communities bounce back after difficult times.
There’s still time to catch the latest exhibition at the Kingaroy Art Gallery, and perhaps be tempted by some great Christmas gift ideas.
Artist and graphic designer Rachael King will be coming to Blackbutt later this month to share her skills with local artists.
Visitors to the Wondai Regional Art Gallery will be able to snap up a bargain or two this month … providing they act quickly.
The star of an awarded documentary will be coming to Kingaroy next week for a special screening and a no-holds-barred Q&A with the audience.
A life-size steel statue of a bull built with more than 2.5km of barbed wire now greets visitors to the Nanango Showgrounds.
An arts workshop aimed at teaching participants how to better support their communities during difficult times will be held in Kingaroy later this month.
Yes, it’s finally arrived! At 5:30am on Thursday, a crane lowered Kingaroy’s long-awaited Big Peanut into place on a pedestal in Lions Park.
A big crowd turned out on Saturday night for the opening of an art exhibition in Murgon that salutes the service of Australia’s World War I diggers and nurses.
Two free workshops which will be held at the Blackbutt Memorial Hall next Thursday (November 4) are designed to give the South Burnett’s artists, event organisers and small creative businesses a big leg-up.
There was talent galore on show at the inaugural “Sue and Geoff’s Country Music Campout” at Wooroolin on the weekend.
World renowned author Nick Earls recently named Saint Mary’s Catholic College’s art teacher Bronwyn Martoo the “Doodle Champion of 2021”.
The Blackbutt Avocado Festival’s organising committee, Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt, has unveiled the draft Blackbutt Arts Strategy 2026 for public comment.
Kingaroy State High School’s bright up-and-coming artists have taken over the Kingaroy Art Gallery for the month of October to display their skills.
The Festival Of Small Halls – a unique program which brings touring musicians to smaller communities – is coming to Kumbia for the first time!
Not many schoolchildren would sacrifice four precious days of their school holidays to train for a possible future career.