National tour of a ground-breaking exhibition of some of Australia’s most important indigenous and non-indigenous artists responding to themes of protecting country.
Gallery entry free
Saltwater Freshwater Arts 2021 is a touring exhibition with public art program showcasing Aboriginal artists and cultural practitioners from the Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti, Biripi and Worimi nations.
The 2021 Regional Children’s Chorus program will give 24 children aged between 9 and 14 years in the Port Macquarie-Hastings region the chance to perform as the Chorus in Opera Australia’s touring regional production.
National Art (part one) presents a dynamic selection of artworks by 50 of Australia’s most significant artists who studied at Australia’s leading art school – Sydney’s National Art School.
Presented by the NATIONAL ART SCHOOL the 2021 Dobell Regional Teachers’ workshop offers up to 30 places for Visual Arts teachers to engage in an intensive drawing workshop.
Learn about sustainability with this high energy, imaginative music-in-education performance combining drumming, dance, theatre and comedy.
The Junkyard Beats interactive workshop experience invites students to band together to create their own Junkyard Orchestra.
Led by two male and two female artists of the Company together with the Artistic Director, VSB student workshops include a ballet warm-up plus learning specific choreography from The Little Mermaid performance.
The Little Mermaid is a new work in the Victorian State Ballet repertoire that follows the narrative based predominately on the story by Hans Christian Andersen.
Sydney Writers’ Festival returns to Port Macquarie in 2021.
Emma Walker consistently and evocatively engages with thenatural world, looking at the patterns and rhythms that recurin nature.
This isn’t just any beach - it’s Magic Beach, where everything you can imagine becomes real. But this year is different. As the eldest child begins to grow up, does she have to leave the magic behind?
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