Archive for the ‘The Arts’ Category

Australian Country music’s finest to perform at The Roxy
Join Felicity Urquhart & Lyn Bowtell in Concert, for this world class performance featuring two of the finest female voices in Australian Country music today. Felicity Urquhart – has long been one of the best-loved and most decorated singer songwriters in Australian Country Music – in a career encompassing 7 studio...
Introducing the Tiki Philosophers Trail
On the 30th and 31st of October 25 new sculptures were installed in Ceramic Break Sculpture Park. Mark Twain by Jack Digby and Western Mitchell. The Tiki Philosophers Trail opening brought to conclusion 2 months of tireless work by Kerry Cannon, Yvonne and Phil Ledingham, Sharon Gilmore,...
‘Shadows’ cast a Sleeping Beauty moment at the Roxy!
After a long winter’s sleep, the North West Theatre Company is set to awaken the beautiful Roxy with another very moving live theatre production.  The play is ‘Shadows’ by Josephine Carter and it has a cast of seven.  You can enjoy the play with friends and family and then...
What’s so special about “Shadows” at the Roxy?
It has been a long time since ‘live’ theatre has been seen at the Roxy in Bingara. In fact, ‘live’ shows have suffered more than most recreation activities across the Australian arts landscape, and around the world. To be fully effective, ‘live’ shows require an audience, and to have...
The North West Theatre Company presents “Shadows”.
Wow! Live theatre returns to The Roxy! This November marks the North West Theatre Company’s new production of Josephine Carter’s play “Shadows”, and the event will be a feast of wonderful food and theatrical talent. Bookings are open now for the four shows. Opening night will be Saturday November 14. ‘Shadows’...
Cannon tutors sculpting students
New to the art of sculpting, Warialda High School students have loved the opportunity to be part of the planned Tiki Philosophers Walk at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park. Sculptor Kerry Cannon provided the materials, quotes, experience and expertise. Students and helpers provided open minds, hearts, hands and creative energy. The...
New exhibition at Ceramic Break Park
In spite of the challenges this year has thrown at everyone we will host an exhibition at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park on the Bingara Road on Saturday Sept 5th. Our gates will open at 12 noon and we welcome you to view ‘Rebound’ by Nadia Kliendanze, ‘Works Through Time’...
Warialda artists make the cut
In these strange times many of our activities have been curtailed, sporting events, cinemas and galleries to name a few. To cope with the restrictions and encourage people to view the work of regional artists, Moree’s BAMM has moved part of their Annual Art Fair on-line. Previously, each artist’s work...
Former Bingara artist finds self in national spotlight with art highlighting domestic violence
Former Gwydir resident, Paulette Hayes, has found herself in the spotlight recently after her artwork, ‘CONTROL. ABUSE. KILL. She'll Be Right Mate.’, was highlighted across the ABC network. First broadcast on ABC North Coast radio, the video and audio of Paulette describing her work has since appeared across Australian...
Lexi Hutton performs aria at European Film Awards
Lexi Hutton with renowned Film Director Werner Herzog at the European Film Awards in Berlin in December 2019. Former Bingara resident, Alexandra (Lexi) Hutton, was invited to perform a special musical contribution at the 32nd European Film Awards held recently in Berlin. The awards recognize excellence in...