Quilts are amazing
THE State of the Art 14 exhibition is drawing to a close and there are only two more weeks to view the amazing art quilts on display.
The exhibition is showing at Childers Art Space, and will close on Sunday, March 15.
Bundaberg Regional Council is on the hunt for Childers Festival memorabilia to showcase as part of the 20th anniversary celebration.
A display of photographs and memorabilia spanning the 20 years of the festival is planned as one of the initiatives to celebrate the two-decade milestone.
Anyone wishing to share photographs or memorabilia associated with the event can leave items at Bundaberg Regional Libraries in Bundaberg or Childers. All items will be returned.
Marilyn Murray had a very successful opening of her Home is Where the Heart Is exhibition at Gayndah Arts and Crafts Centre on February 14. Her exhibition runs until March 1 for those who have not had the chance to visit the gallery to view her artwork.
Paragon Theatre will embrace Friday the 13th by showing The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Doors open at 7pm for music, prizes, a finger food dinner and drinks, and the movie begins at 8.15pm. For more information, phone 0478 066 724 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. au
The Biggenden Art Group – Artists in the Bush meet the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month from 8.30am at the Degilbo Hall.
The group are always ready to welcome newcomers and anyone who would like to see what they are doing and they may even get inspired to try some techniques.
For more information phone Jillanne on 0428 758 236 or email email@example.com
Mt Perry Arts Group Inc is hosting Still Life Charcoal & Pastel workshops on March 7 and 8.
Tutor Sue Robinson will run the two-day workshops, and the cost for both days is $50 which includes morning tea.
BYO materials and lunch but spaces are limited.
Phone Lyn on 0417 715 873 for more.
CREATIVE: Childers Artist Marilyn Murray and visitors to her exhibition.