A high-octane, rhythmic extravaganza of dazzling sight and sound, overlaid with a healthy dose of Aussie humour.
Brolga Theatre. Wed 5 April
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Learn more about the colourful history of Maryborough on a free guided walking tour.
Frank Marsh on piano, playing your old time favourite tunes.
Your very own Mary Poppins inspired character will guide you on a personalised tour of Maryborough.
Raw emotive paintings, capturing the hidden emotions of both the people and life of rural Australia.
Paintings that invite you into another world of dreams, fantasy and a deep passion for imagination.
collaboration of three expressionist artists and friends.
Sterling silver, copper, brassor gold combined with slate, bone, horn, opal, garnet, amber, amethyst, peridot and sapphire.
Linocut prints based on the constellations and the science of astronomy used by eastern Torres Strait Islanders.
Children between the ages of 3–5 are invited to come along to Pipis art sessions to explore materials, create and imagine.
Created by students of all ages in the ArtAbility Studio.
Collaged artworks made entirely out of recycled postage stamps.
Workshops hosted by practising artists and designed for children to experience a range of creative techniques. Little Skippers is for ages 6–8.
Workshops hosted by practising artists and designed for children to experience a range of creative techniques. Mudskippers is for ages 9–14.
The Art Conversation tours provide people living with dementia an opportunity to connect with the world in enriching and life-enhancing ways.
Enjoy live music, delicious food and the best of local art and culture in the magical ambience of Gatakers by Night.
The power and destructiveness of floods along the Mary River affect more than humans.
Engaging narratives that may confront, move or stir a response.
Addressing the collective unconscious and the possibility of mixed racial memories in this country.