South Burnett Regional Council is considering buying an inflatable sound shell that could be hired by community groups
A dozen creative people gathered at The Shed in Nanango on Thursday for the third of the South Burnett Regional Council’s quarterly “Creative Roundtable” get-togethers.
Fans of Agatha Christie’s Belgian detective Hercule Poirot are in for a special treat later this month, courtesy of the Nanango Theatre Company
A one-month residency at Namibia’s national art gallery was a dream come true for artist Shan Wood.
Murgon RSL Sub-Branch is celebrating its 100th anniversary next Saturday (August 17) with a number of events, including a free community concert.
Aussie children’s author and poet Steven Herrick triggered some genuine “laugh out loud” moments when he visited St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy on Friday.
A special charity screening of the Michael Hutchence biopic “Mystify” has been organised at the Kingaroy Cinema to help raise funds for the South Burnett Suicide Prevention Working Group.
Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting Yarraman and Cooyar residents to celebrate Senior’s Week with a free concert.
If you’re wondering what was happening at the Kingaroy peanut silos on Sunday night, the light show was all in the name of art
Wondai Art Gallery is inviting artists to submit works for the 2019 October Open Art Competition which has a total of $8000 in prize money on offer
South Burnett country music star Lloyd Back has released a new video to accompany the launch of his fifth album.
Blackbutt Art Gallery holds just one formal exhibition a year … and the official opening attracted a good crowd on Friday night.
Shoppers were treated to an impromptu performance of popular songs from The Sound of Music on Saturday morning when some of the cast members from the South Burnett Musical Comedy Society visited Kingaroy Shoppingworld.
They’re back! Wondai’s wandering warrigals have returned to the roundabout near the Art Gallery, ready to howl again into the night sky.
A retrospective of works by one of the South Burnett’s best-known artists has taken over the main room at the Wondai Art Gallery this month.
Most people associate silk painting with brightly coloured scarves and the reason is simple: putting dye on to strips of fabric is the easiest way to learn the art
Screen Australia announced more than $5.7 million in funding this week for a string of new productions, including a film adaptation of Murgon actor Leah Purcell’s award-winning play “The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson”.
Time is running out for South Burnett artists to book in for a digital workshop in Kingaroy which will lead to their artworks being projected on to the peanut silos in Haly Street.
Tickets are now on sale for Kingaroy State High School’s latest production, a new version of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance”.
Local artists had a smashing time at a mosaic workshop held in the old 1913 Council Chambers building in Kingaroy at the weekend.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery is looking back on aspects of Australia’s contribution to World War I this month.
Kingaroy Art Gallery attracted a large crowd to the official opening of its annual two-month Queensland Winter Craft Festival on Friday night.
Every week, students at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy are turning into an ogre, a dragon, a donkey and other assorted characters.
South Burnett arts groups will be invited to help develop a regional Arts Policy for the South Burnett Regional Council.