The Brolga Theatre is proud to bring shake & stir’s adaptation of Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte to the Fraser Coast.
Tuesday 7 June
February to June 2016
Find out more about this enchanting public art trail that aims to bring magic to Maryborough's heritage streetscapes. Find our more here>>
Colouring isn't just for kids anymore! It's a relaxing, stress-relieving and fun way to spend an hour or two. Try our monthly sessions.
Fraser Coast seniors can improve their digital literacy for free as the Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland program rolls out in March.
"Days Of My Youth" presented by John and Sue Erbacher
Frank Marsh on piano, playing your old time favourite tunes.
View incredible artefacts and relics, including items rarely seen in his amazing collection.
The collection, ‘Colours of Hope’ is a revolution to inspire hope through colour and beauty in the face of global despair.
A celebration of the Feminine principle as exemplified by Indian culture in its sensuality and the voluptuous nature of its carvings and temples.
Perspectives Four is an eclectic mix of works by four very different artists who have found cohesion together.
Every day for one year the artist captured photographs of the coastline, which were reinterpreted into paintings.
Come aboard the SS Maheno and experience the luxury of the ill-fated vessel before it ran aground on Fraser Island.
The abstract works reference aspects of Nature, while attempting to embody a sense of vitality, light, moisture and depth.
"Resoultions" showcases unique artworks completed by participants of the Saturday morning Life Drawing sessions.
Children between the ages of 3–5 are invited to come along to Pipis art sessions to explore materials, create and imagine.