Applications are open now for the Regional Arts Development Fund.
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>>
Why not enter our Design-a-Bookmark competition which is open to all ages?
Fraser Coast Libraries is presenting an eight week course teaching children to use Ozobots. This is a fun and easy way for children to learn about robotics and coding.
A collection of works by students of Jo Williams, exploring figures forms, colour and abstraction.
Exploring the processes used to construct images using a variety of methods.
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.
Judith's interpretations of Eliza Fraser shows a vulnerable woman thrown into an alien environment and yet surviving. Rex captures the Australian bush, deserts and animals.
These workshops will teach students fresh ways of approaching subject matter, using the important elements of mark making.
This Lunchtime Local History Talk is presented by Cr George Seymour.
A paper mache and torn paper collage exhibition.