Two sisters – who aren’t really sisters – and a bunch of their close friends have taken over Wondai Art Gallery for this month’s exhibition.
Two upcoming events at Wondai Art Gallery are part of a new cross-regional arts festival, dubbed “Shine Bright”.
Artists are being urged to get in quick to secure a place in the inaugural “Arts on Top” regional arts forum at the Bunya Mountains.
The trials of an amateur theatre group trying to stage a murder mystery where the play’s author keeps changing the script kept a dress rehearsal audience in stitches on Thursday night.
South Burnett residents will be able to enjoy a rare mix of opera and country music in June this year.
Three industrial waste bins on the Bunya Mountains have a new look thanks to artist Miri and the Bunya Mountains Community Association Inc (BMCAI).
Bookings are now open for the Nanango Theatre Company’s next production … a three-act comedy, “Play On”.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery has blossomed into colour for the annual art competition held in conjunction with the Wondai Autumn Garden Expo.
An all-day workshop will be held in Kingaroy next month designed to help artists – and arts organisations – learn more about raising funds to support their activities.
Cherbourg’s Sports Complex attracted a large crowd on Sunday afternoon to enjoy some special Gospel music.
Decades of work have culminated in a unique publication documenting an often overlooked part of the Bunya Mountains’ landscape … fungi.
A new advisory group made up of representatives from the region’s three art galleries, two performing arts groups and the community will help set the direction of the South Burnett Regional Council’s future approach to the arts.
The Kingaroy Art Gallery’s annual chilly celebration of crafts will be on again in June and July.
Art lovers had the choice of which gallery opening to attend on Friday night, when the two South Burnett Regional Council-owned galleries again scheduled their official openings on the same night.
Heads up for ABBA fans (and just about everyone else!) … tickets for the South Burnett Musical Comedy Society’s latest production – Mamma Mia!- are now on sale.
There’s a new venue for live music coming on stream at Maidenwell next month.
Nanango Theatre Company is calling on aspiring local actors and directors to take part in a two-day workshop later this month.
There’s a bunch of musicians – and budding musicians – who are really “rockin” at Murgon on Thursdays.
Leah Purcell’s dramatic film, “The Drover’s Wife The Legend Of Molly Johnson”, will be making its world premiere at a prestigious American film festival next month.
Western Downs Regional Council will be hosting a special forum for artists at the Bunya Mountains from May 13-15.