This summer, fans will have one last chance to see the works of an artist who’s exhibited at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for more than 25 years.
Nanango’s Nicole Knott has some big dreams – including travelling the world as a cruise ship dancer – and she’s working hard to turn them into reality.
If you’d like to get a feel for just how talented South Burnett artists really are, you should pop in to the Kingaroy Art Gallery over the Christmas break to take a look at the latest exhibition.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists have been invited to submit artworks for the 2019 National NAIDOC Poster Competition.
The South Burnett will be the only inland region consulted by the State Government about a new 10-year plan for the arts, cultural and creative sector.
The South Burnett Regional Council will be holding a consultation forum next month to discuss the future of the arts and creativity in Queensland.
South Burnett Community Orchestra’s concert on Saturday night was one of the highlights of a big weekend of Armistice Centenary events in the South Burnett.
The Sweethearts of Song are promising a lively and light-hearted afternoon of fun for all the family at Kumbia Memorial Hall later this month.
Kingaroy Art Gallery was buzzing on Saturday morning with one of the biggest crowds seen at an exhibition opening at the venue for years.
Wondai art lovers were treated to a very different art gallery opening on Friday night … a recital by singers as well as colourful displays by textile artists.
The caravans and campervans have been rolling in all week for Murgon Rotary Club’s 2018 Music Muster, setting the stage for another huge celebration of Australian country music
A painting depicting the struggles of farmers battling drought, poor roads, rates and red tape has won this year’s South Burnett Open Art Competition
Rockers at this year’s The Waterhole Rocks in Nanango enjoyed a surprise on Friday night … a star turn on stage by Vicky O’Keefe, daughter of Aussie legend JOK.
South Burnett Musical Comedy Society’s massive production of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” cast a spell on audiences at the new Kingaroy Performing Arts Centre on Friday night
South Burnett Regional Council has received just $8000 in regional arts funding from the State Government for 2018-19, the lowest amount for any council in Queensland.
A two-year effort to sift through 100,000 historic photos of the South Burnett and produce a book from them finally came to an end on Wednesday.
The Blackbutt Singers may be one of the South Burnett’s oldest singing groups, but the secret to their longevity is that members regard forming great friendships just as important as making great music.
Central Queensland University has been chosen as the local service provider for Queensland’s new Regional Arts Services Network, taking on responsibility for arts development within the South Burnett and Cherbourg council areas.
There’s plenty of changes happening at Cherbourg’s historical precinct with two major building projects under way.
More than 740 caravans and campervans packed out the Nanango Showgrounds at the weekend for the 16th annual Heritage Nanango Country Muster.
The South Burnett Community Orchestra (SBCO) received a pleasant surprise on Wednesday, thanks to the Kingaroy-Memerambi RSL sub-branch.
It’s taken more than a decade – and many twists and turns along the way – but the curtain has finally lifted for the new Kingaroy Performing Arts Centre (KPAC) on Saturday.
Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery’s latest exhibition has provided an unusual challenge for the 18 artists whose works make it up.
Kingaroy Art Gallery’s latest exhibitions feature the whimsical, the colourful and the deeply personal.