10 Artists: Living in Livingstone is an annual exhibition showcasing the work of ten local visual artists.
The 2018 exhibition is on show at Yeppoon’s Mill Gallery until October 9.
This year’s artists are:
Since 2015, the exhibition has celebrated the works of dozens of the Livingstone Shire’s top artists, including residents from the Capricorn Coast and inland through rural areas like The Caves.
Check it out at The Mill Gallery until October 9.
The Rockhampton Art Gallery has announced the 25 artists from across Central and Western Queensland selected as finalists for biennial art prize The Bayton Award.
Two very different exhibitions at the Rockhampton Art Gallery are celebrating house, home, and all it means to us: Erin Dunne’s House, and Woorabinda community project Your Home, My Home overseen by Nickeema Williams.
Rockhampton Art Gallery is getting a new home: the final piece of the funding puzzle has fallen into place with $10 million from the Building Better Regions fund.
Bimblebox: 153 Birds is a touring exhibition of prints, poetry, prose and musical birdcalls inspired by the 153 bird species recorded at the Bimblebox Nature Refuge near Alpha in central western Queensland.
Three members of the CQ Contemporary Artists group have been named as finalists in this year’s John Villiers Outback Art Prize. Find out more about Ainslie McMahon, Joanne Kerr and Veronika Zeil.
The Capricorn Coast’s latest public mural is wrapping the toilets at Farnborough Beach’s Rotary Park in a joyful splash of colour - and you can get involved this weekend.
Rockhampton Regional Council has announced a series of partnership projects with Chinese sister city Zhenjiang, including an exchange program for visual artists and a library book swap.
Six artists and arts and cultural groups will be developing skills from bushcraft to milinery via drawing and lapidary, with funding from the Regional Arts Development Fund.
Ainsley McMahon’s Drought in the Lucky Country has won the overall award at this year’s Martin Hanson Memorial Art Awards.
Rockhampton artist Erin Dunne, originally from Duaringa, has won the Queensland Regional Art Awards’ Life for Art award for her multi-drawing artbook Destination Duaringa.