A virtual musical collaboration has been launched in a bid to better connect rural people during COVID-19.
Wondai Art Gallery should have unveiled the winners of its annual Wondai Garden Expo art competition on Friday night … but like the Expo itself, the exhibition isn’t going ahead due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The South Burnett’s Regional Arts Development Fund could have a total of $33,000 available for artists in 2020-21, but a little over a third of this would go towards the employment of an Arts Officer in the Wide Bay region.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery is now the second-biggest volunteer-run tourist attraction in Wondai.
Eligible community organisations are being encouraged to apply for funding from Federal Government’s 2020-21 Indigenous Languages and Arts program.
Two members of Topology will be visiting the South Burnett on Monday to teach composition and percussion to students at Moffatdale, Windera and Cloyna State schools.
A lot of people might have thought the concept of an art gallery in Blackbutt was a crazy idea back in 2002.
Wet weather – or the promise of it – led to a smaller than usual turnout for the opening of the Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s first exhibition for 2020 last Friday night.
The second – and final – round of the South Burnett Regional Council’s 2019-20 Community Grants Program opened this week.
Toowoomba Regional Council’s popular Summer Tunes live music program is coming to Yarraman for the first time!
Artists and not-for-profit community groups should mark their calendars … the latest round of funding under the South Burnett Regional Council’s Community Grants Program will open on February 1.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s latest exhibition is offering visitors something unique this summer: the first non-metropolitan exhibition from the Pastel Society Of Australia (PSA).
One of the South Burnett’s oldest painting groups believes it has survived for 11 years because its focus is as much about socialising as it is about art.
Nanango’s “little cathedral in the bush” is welcoming back home soprano Calista Walters this Christmas for a special performance of carols on Saturday, December 14.
A bumper crowd packed the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for the opening of its November exhibition
Kingaroy’s Visitor Information Centre complex may soon have a new resident … but only if he can be attached to the inside of the roof.
Queensland Governor Paul de Jersey officially opened the 9th annual Murgon Rotary Music Muster on Friday … but it was some of his support “acts” on stage who really stole the show.
A photographic exhibition showing Australian Diggers who served on the Western Front more than 100 years ago will be officially opened in Kingaroy this week.
A soundshell will be erected in Proston’s Railway Park in time for the town’s centenary celebrations thanks to a grant from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR).
The Kingaroy Arts Team is inviting local artists to start preparing works for the biannual David Bryce Rural Art Award.