Arty Types, Musos… an opportunity to share what you love
The good people at St Andrew’s Aged Care Village in Ballina need some help from the creative souls in our community.
They are looking for volunteer artists and musicians to work on projects with the residents.
Arty types could help the residents with mural painting, life storyboards and art therapy. Musos could play, sing, help the residents with getting music onto their iPods, and movers and shakers could lead walks and dancing.
As a volunteer, you’d be so appreciated and make such a difference, your heart will be singing!
If you’re interested please contact Krista at St Andrew’s Village Ballina. 6620 5800
Significant and Historical Aboriginal Artworks
4 Jan–4 Feb 2020
Visit Ninbella Gallery in Bangalow NSW to see works by some of the most influential and highly celebrated artists within the contemporary Australian Aboriginal art movement, including Emily Kame Kngwarreye (1910–1996), who is the most prominent and successful artist in the history of contemporary Indigenous Australian art, and Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri (1932–2002), who blazed a trail for future generations of Indigenous artists, bridging the gap between Aboriginal art and contemporary Australian art.
All of the artists represented were among the vanguard of Australian Aboriginal artists to be recognised by the international art world, and their works continue to set record price highs and remain major collectable pieces.
Open 7 days, 10am–5pm
Calling Writers of all Levels – Make 2020 Your Year to Flourish
Start your writing year on the right foot with an inspiring Byron Writers Festival workshop.
Go deep and access your innermost insights with Journaling – a Key for Successful Writing, Saturday 1 February with Vicki Bennett.
Nail your next writing submission with Marele Day’s coveted workshop A Winning Submission, on Saturday 29 February.
Explore the craft of novella writing through award-winning novelist Nick Earls’s Novella Writing, Saturday 7 March.
So fire up those post-holiday brain cells, get your projects on track, and sign up today! More events, workshops, and opportunities listed on our website: byronwritersfestival.com/whats-on.
Sumer Art Class Taster Sessions
Summer Taster Sessions are back at BS’A in January and February. Joining a 3-hour Taster Session is a great way to experience a taste of studio time at Byron School of Art and to get to know the different teachers and the classes being offered throughout 2020. $65 each or $50 each, when booking three or more.
Gift certificates available at byronschoolofart.com
Art on Screen at Byron Theatre
Hermitage – The Power of Art: Sunday 19 January. Featuring the largest collection of paintings in the world, the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg has been a meeting place for foreign artists, architects, and intellectuals for two-and-a-half centuries. Come on a sumptuous and immersive exploration of cultural bridges between the past and the present, featuring some of the world’s best art in glorious high definition on the big screen.
Frida – Viva La Vida: Sunday 9 February. Journey deep into some of Mexico’s most extraordinary museums to explore the masterpieces, and soul, of Frida Kahlo. Book now at byroncentre.com.au.