Oaks Historical Society receive Australia Day award for Local Community Group of the Year

The Oaks Historical Society recently received the Australia Day Local Community Group of the Year award for their School Education Program. We spoke to Bev Batros, who coordinates the program.

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After a $57.5 Million Transformation, the Australian Museum Reopens to the Public

In addition to revealing 3,000sqm of new public space, the Museum announced free general entry for the public and its carbon neutral certification.

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New Rail Museum opens in Bathurst

Showcasing local history and stories, the new Bathurst Rail Museum recently launched to the public on Saturday 22 February.

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Moreau Kusunoki and Genton announced as designers of the new Powerhouse Parramatta

Following an international design competition with submissions from 74 team, the design collaborators Moreau Kusunoki and Genton received unanimous praise for their bold vision of criss-crossed lines and expansive light-filled spaces.

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Strategic planning consultant wanted

Bathurst Regional Council is seeking a suitably qualified consultant or organisation to prepare a 10 year Strategic Plan for...

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Major funding annoucements for Central West

Regional tourism is set to be given a huge boost following the State Government ‘s announcement of $1.1 million in...

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2017 Transport Heritage grant recipients announced

The Transport Heritage Grants Program is a NSW Government funded program, administered by the Royal Australian Historical Society (RAHS), and...

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NSW Government announces new Creative Capital fund

The NSW Government has announced new arts funding to support innovative smallerscale capital projects that increase and strengthen participation...

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Australian Centre for Photography appoints a new Director

The Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) has announced the appointment of Cherie McNair as permanent Director. Ms McNair commences in...

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Destination Sydney

In a unique collaboration, three major Sydney independent public galleries, Manly Art Gallery, Mosman Art Gallery and the National Trust’s...

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Let us Inspire you

Want to be Inspired? Our newly published magazine about the lively arts and heritage culture of NSW might be just...

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And the winner is …

Aboriginal artist Shevaun Wright has been named as winner of the 2015 Parliament of NSW $40,000 Aboriginal Art Prize. Judges...

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Abstraction wins big!

Ildiko Kovacs has taken out the 2015 Bulgari Art Award with her work Onda, earning $50,000 for the acquisition of...

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City of Plenty

Come and join the City of Plenty Fundraising dinner on Monday 23 March and be a part of the action....

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Conflict & Compassion

Next month the National Trust launches their 35th Heritage Festival. With a long standing network of committees across NSW, who...

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Shaun Gladwell and his doppelgängers

I kicked off Art Month with Shaun Gladwell. His double project is showing simultaneously across two locations; Collections+: Shaun Gladwell...

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Busy busy, birthday busy

By the time they celebrate the first anniversary of the opening of the Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art...

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Australian Museum facelift

After 125 years of its entrance on College Street, The Australian Museum is building a new entry on William Street. The museum’s...

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Digital tool set to transform exhibition design

Available today, the new improved Ortelia Curator enables curators to plan and develop exhibitions virtually, long before physical artworks arrive....

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Susi Muddiman named in Australia Day honours list

Susi Muddiman continues to collect accolades for her outstanding work as Director of Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art...

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