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Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Society Golding Bursary winner announced

Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Society Golding Bursary winner announced

The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Society is delighted to announce Cassandra Paddick as the winner of the 2015 Golding Visual Arts Bursary.

Cassandra is a 20 year old student who completed her secondary education at Toolooa State High School in 2012.  She achieved impressive results with subject Awards in Art, Creative Writing, Dance and received the Senior Arts / English

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2015 Green Scenes: Environmental Short Film Festival

2015 Green Scenes: Environmental Short Film Festival

CALLING FILM MAKERS

The Gladstone Arts Council is looking forward to the launch of the 2015 Green Scenes: Environmental Short Film Festival project.

Initiated in 2008, this annual event is hosted in conjunction with Gladstone Regional Council's EcoFest celebrations.

Each year, the Gladstone Arts Council calls for entries from groups or individuals of all ages and levels of experience, to

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The Beef Capital’s Multi-Million Dollar Art Collection Tours to the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum

The Beef Capital’s Multi-Million Dollar Art Collection Tours to the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum

Rockhampton is well-known for its beef and bulls but is not a place many would immediately associate with a nationally significant, multi-million dollar art collection. Thanks to an unlikely 1970s fundraising drive, led by a controversial Mayor (better known for being shot by his mistress,) today, the Rockhampton Art Gallery houses works by renowned Australian artists including Sidney Nolan,

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'Centenary of the First World War' Exhibition To Open Wednesday April 22

'Centenary of the First World War' Exhibition To Open Wednesday April 22

The annual ANZAC Day: Lest We Forget exhibition, currently on display at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum, is an opportunity for locals and visitors to pay their respects to those Australian men and women who have served during war time.

 

This year, Lest We Forget remembers 100 years since the start of the First World War, a momentous occasion that touched the lives of almost

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BOLD AND COLOURFUL PATTERNS TAKE OVER GLADSTONE REGIONAL ART GALLERY & MUSEUM

BOLD AND COLOURFUL PATTERNS TAKE OVER GLADSTONE REGIONAL ART GALLERY & MUSEUM

The transformative and immersive qualities of camouflage and kaleidoscopes will be explored when ‘Kids on Tour: Patterns Bandits’ visits Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum on Saturday April 11, 10am - 1pm.  ‘Pattern Bandits’ is the latest Kids on Tour program from the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA). The regional tour has been drawn from the exhibition displayed

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To be involved or not to be involved?  That is the question…

To be involved or not to be involved? That is the question…

There are numerous opportunities for local artists to be involved in upcoming exhibitions and events at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum.  For promising young actors and actresses "All The World's A Stage" is calling for performers (aged 11 - 17) to reserve their place in a FREE 3 day acting workshop run by local theatre group, The Bunbury Players.  At the end of the workshop, The

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Gladstone Region Regional Arts Development Fund Calling for Expressions of Interest

Gladstone Region Regional Arts Development Fund Calling for Expressions of Interest

The Gladstone Region Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is calling on local groups or individuals to submit applications for their projects that begin after 1 May 2015 in the next funding round that closes 4pm Tuesday, 31 March 2015.

The RADF Program, established in 1991, is a highly successful state and local government partnership that focuses on the development of quality

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Calling young musicians

Calling young musicians

If you are aged from 16-25 and love your music then one of two upcoming music workshops will be the go for you.

Many young people would like to be involved in performing music but either feel they don’t have enough talent or never  get the chance to try. Also, many of those already involved in music could do with a lift to reach the next level, often in the area of improvisation and

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Calling young musicians (2015)

Calling young musicians (2015)

If you are aged from 16-25 and love your music then one of two upcoming music workshops will be the go for you.

Many young people would like to be involved in performing music but either feel they don’t have enough talent or never  get the chance to try. Also, many of those already involved in music could do with a lift to reach the next level, often in the area of improvisation and song

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Exhibition Launch - 6pm, Thursday 15 January 2015

Exhibition Launch - 6pm, Thursday 15 January 2015

Join Mayor Gail Sellers and guest speakers, 6pm next Thursday January 15, as she officially launches four newly installed exhibitions including: Rosemary's Anderson's We'll Be Ready For It Next Time, Young Dancers Association: Costumes by Anastasia La Fey, Saiki City Children's Art and Visioning Industry


Guest speaker Rosemary Anderson will introduce the audience to her exhibition which takes