Members of the “Kingaroy Needs A Big Peanut” committee met South Burnett Regional councillors and Council staff on Thursday morning to discuss possible locations for a planned sculpture.
Registrations are now open for schools wanting to take part in Topology’s “Top Up” music education program next year.
There’s a bunch of talented South Burnett artists who aren’t afraid to do a bit of “showing off” when it comes to their creative skills.
Battling the pandemic and its associated restrictions has been a challenge for the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for most of this year … but last Friday night things (almost) returned to normal.
A GoFund me page organised to raise funds to create a “Big Peanut” in Kingaroy has raised more than $3000 in just four days.
Have you ever heard of NaNoWriMo? Don’t worry, we hadn’t either but it’s pretty big in writing circles!
Students from three South Burnett schools will be performing their own compositions as the “warm-up” act for Topology’s upcoming Wondai concert.
Students from Moffatdale, Cloyna and Windera State schools entertained some special visitors last week who dropped in to share some musical skills.
A new children’s book is spear-heading a campaign to help raise funds for the South Burnett’s rural fire brigades and Wildlife Rescue South Burnett.
ARIA-nominated quintet Topology will be performing in Wondai next month as part of regional tour to promote their 16th album, “We will Rise”.
A brooding painting of a Queensland farmhouse being slowly revealed as a dust storm passes overhead has won this year’s South Burnett Art Competition and the $3000 cash prize.
Audience numbers are limited to just 24 for each session of Nanango Theatre Company’s upcoming short season of romantic comedies – so you’d better book your tickets straight away!
Shoppers who have popped into Linard’s Floral and Bridal Centre in Kingaroy over the past eight years would have noticed Sarah Butcher working away busily in the background.
A presentation ceremony will be held at Kingaroy’s Heritage Museum soon to officially celebrate an artwork that’s been delighting Museum visitors for the past six months.
A meeting to start discussions about public art across the South Burnett attracted representatives from Blackbutt to Proston on Thursday.
Kingaroy Art Gallery’s big open day on Saturday has been cancelled but the Kingaroy Arts Team is keen to let everyone know you can still drop by on any weekday.
The South Burnett will have a new statistical resource to draw upon when putting together funding applications when artist Olivia Everitt finishes her latest project.
Toowoomba Regional Council will partner with Renew Australia in a Queensland-first trial to revitalise Toowoomba’s CBD and fill empty shops with creative projects.
Ever dreamt of becoming a ballet dancer? Well, it’s never too late to learn a few moves – and improve your poise, core strength and mobility.
Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery will be re-opening with a flourish in September with three big exhibitions to entice visitors.