Wondai Regional Art Gallery will be hosting its 14th Annual Acquisitive Art Competition in June.
The latest Men In Black movie will be opening at Kingaroy’s Satellite Cinema tonight.
A crowd of about 200 cinema fans thronged the Nanango Cultural Centre tonight for the official opening of the 6th annual Big Screen Film Festival.
The Kingaroy Eisteddfod celebrated its 80th birthday this year with six days of intense competition between students from the South Burnett, Dalby, Bundaberg and the Sunshine Coast.
A good crowd turned out at the Nanango Cultural Centre this evening for the official opening of Nanart, the annual Nanango Arts Festival.
The Tractor Tattoo organising committee is on the hunt for old tractor tyres …
The first round of a new South Burnett talent quest – dubbed the “Big Break” – will kick off tonight at the Commercial Hotel in Kingaroy.
Ever wanted to pat a dinosaur? We bet your kids have … and they’ll have the chance in Kingaroy tomorrow!
Aussie actor Martin Sacks has been revealed as the guest star who will launch the Big Screen Film Festival in Nanango on Friday, May 18.
Stage 1 of Kingaroy’s new Performing Arts and Cultural Centre is quickly taking shape on site at the Kingaroy State High School.
The South Burnett Youth Choir took part in the prestigious Next Generation Sings choral festival in Brisbane.
The five-day “Spirit of the Bush” Traditional Balladeers & Heritage Muster will kick off at Boondooma Homestead, north of Durong, on Anzac Day.
The link with the South Burnett may be a tad tenuous but that didn’t stop locals having fun.
The Nanango Theatre Company will be presenting the Neil Simon farce “Rumours” in a limited run of six performances beginning this Friday night.
The South Burnett Regional Council has invited community residents to nominate to become a member of the Arts, Culture and Heritage Management Advisory Committee.
The Bunya Mountains – and bunya nuts – hold a special attraction to Brisbane ceramic artist Cathy Keys.
Darren Schmidt and an “all star band” will be rocking the night away in Kingaroy on Friday, all in aid of a good cause.
Feel like getting funky with a teapot? All in the name of art and the Tractor Tattoo?
Australia’s favourite canine Red Dog will be one of stars of the 2012 Big Screen Film Festival in Nanango and Kingaroy.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s special travelling exhibition from the Australian War Memorial, “Framing Conflict”, will be accompanied by a special display from Wondai RSL this month