Crushed with arty variety in October
Spoiled for choice at festival
THE ANNUAL Crush Festival is under way.
If you are looking for something crafty to buy, Grace Lutheran Church will host a Craft Bazaar next Tuesday at the Isis Cultural Centre.
There will be entertainment provided on the day as well as a range of demonstrations. For further inquiries contact Trish on 4126 6357 or Roslyn on 4126 8778.
The Firehouse Potters will be open every Saturday morning from 9am.
For further information, contact Cate on 0400 708 311.
Burnett Heads’ Lighthouse Festival kicks off on Saturday, October 25 from 9am. The program is packed with events such as live entertainment, an Art and Photography Exhibition, Rock and Roll Stage and lots more.
The Pat Augustine Cultural Centre and Art Gallery in Mt Perry is presenting “Washed Up”, an exhibition of artworks by talented artist Jo Williams.
The exhibition runs until November 2. For further information contact Shelley on 4156 3321 or Yvonne on 0407 699 894.
The BRAG Trade is exhibiting On The Brink at Gatakers Artspace, Maryborough until the end of the month.
The artists behind the exhibition are connected by their participation as volunteers of BRAG (Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery), as well as their passion as both observers and creators of art.
The exhibition also showcases their diversity in the use of different mediums – paintings, textile art, photography, sculpture and film to name a few.
Phone the gallery on 4190 5723 for more.
RAW Dance Company – Brisbane’s premier dance crew – will workshop with junior and senior participants in dance styles including Hip Hop, Jazz, Contemporary and Break Dance at Isis District High School Stadium this Sunday. For further information contact Michelle Brumwell on email@example.com.
October is the month our region is dedicated to arts and cultural events and experiences. The program is packed with events that will keep you entertained. Visit www.crushfestivalqld.com.au.
START THE FIRE: One of the Firehouse Potters hard at work.