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.
South Burnett artist Olivia Everitt has unveiled the results of her “artist-at-home” residency program … a unique art trail around the Kingaroy CBD.
South Burnett Regional Council’s latest round of community grants – including RADF grants for artists – will open August 1.
Nanango Theatre Company is ready to go post-COVID … they just want you!
The South Burnett’s 2020 Relay For Life campaign has been knocked about by the pandemic, but there’s still enthusiastic fundraising happening around the area.
A Cherbourg artist whose works hang in the National Gallery, the National Museum and the Queensland Art Gallery is the featured exhibitor at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery this month.
Calling all artists! Wondai Regional Art Gallery is seeking entries in its annual October Art Competition, which is offering more than $8000 in cash prizes this year.
South Burnett artist Olivia Everitt has a busy time ahead.
Work on Murgon’s new $1.59 million Cultural Centre in Macalister Street is planned to start within the next three months.
Murgon artist Niketa Law has created a new mural at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy as part of the school’s Bunya Dreaming Garden.
Murgon’s planned Cultural Centre – including an art gallery and fossil museum – will become a reality following a Federal Government grant of $1.596 million announced on Friday
The COVID-19 pandemic has put most South Burnett community groups temporarily out of action … but while some have ground to a standstill, others have been using the lockdown in highly productive ways.
South Burnett groups have been keen to embrace video conferencing to beat COVID-19 isolation and keep their networks intact.
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.