It was a cold night – and numbers were down on last year’s event – but organisers were still happy with the special community concert held in Kingaroy on Sunday night promoting health and well-being.
The Wondai Art Gallery’s permanent collection has been boosted with the addition of a long-term loan, a magnificent portrait of Lady Bjelke-Petersen by Brisbane painter Jan Lewis.
Members of Sing Australia Kingaroy sang a selection of their favourite songs at Kingaroy Shoppingworld last Saturday.
The Cherbourg MoJos (mobile journalists) have posted their first stories online.
The red carpet was rolled out at the 7th Big Screen Festival in Nanango on Friday night for the special guest star, actor and comedian Magda Szubanski.
Entries for the Kingaroy Regional Gallery’s $2000 “Digital Art Goes Wild” acquisitive youth art competition close in just over two weeks.
The South Burnett Regional Council is bringing the Australian stage production of “Calendar Girls” to the South Burnett next year.
The results of the 2013 Kingaroy Eisteddfod are out … and there’s a lot of happy entrants around!
The South Burnett Regional Council’s Arts, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee announced the successful applicants for Round Four Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) grants today.
Fifteen local artists took part in an acrylic art workshop with Don Milner over the weekend
Local artists and photographers have taken over the Kingaroy Art Gallery for May with three exhibitions
Nanango’s annual Nanart Arts Festival got off to a flying start at the Nanango Cultural Centre on Friday evening
South Burnett artist Lee Porter hopes to be showing her art in northern Italy in a few months
The 81st Kingaroy Eisteddfod is building to a crescendo towards the closing concert
Artworks by four Kingaroy State High School students are featured in an online gallery which has been created by the State Government to accompany an exhibition at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers from across Australia will gather at the State Library in Brisbane on Thursday and Friday for a workshop being presented by the First Nations Australia Writers’ Network.
A chance idea at a curating workshop held in Gympie last August has led to a unique touring regional art exhibition.
A sudden vacancy in a key role just two weeks before opening night hasn’t put a dampener on the Nanango Theatre Company’s latest production, “Lesser Evils”.
South Burnett artist Lee Porter has painted a special picture to commemorate Anzac Day.
The South Burnett Regional Council is organising a short film workshop in Nanango for local residents keen to learn about digital filming and editing.