Festival weekend is hotting up and we're getting thoroughly involved this year in more ways than one.
Our Birregurra Music Makers are busy rehearsing for their multiple performances across the weekend so make sure you slot some time to check them out.
1.30pm Saturday 10th Oct: Fringe Arts Expo at Birregurra Masonic Lodge (Strachan St, Opp Health Centre)
1.30pm Sunday 11th Oct: Fringe Arts Expo at Birregurra Masonic Lodge (Strachan St, Opp Health Centre)
Birregurra Choir12 Noon Sunday 11th Oct: Main Stage (in the park) with OMM
Live Zither Group12.30pm Saturday 10th Oct: Fringe Arts Expo at Birregurra Masonic Lodge (Strachan St, Opp
12.30pm Sunday 11th Oct: Fringe Arts Expo at Birregurra Masonic Lodge (Strachan St, Opp Health Centre)
Also on at the Fringe Arts Expo at the Masonic Lodge are:
Deans Marsh Singers: 10am Saturday 10th Oct
Angelic Stains: 4pm Saturday 10th Oct
Where: Birregurra Masonic Hall, Strachan Street Birregurra
When: Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th October 2015 from 10am to 5pm
during Birregurra Festival
At the Expo there will be an exhibition of current work, demonstrations and opportunities to flex your artistic muscle at some of the interactive displays.
Snap your favourite Birregurrian to win the 2015 Snapshots of Birregurra Competition and cash prizes up to $250.
BE CREATIVE, BE FUN, BE IMAGINATIVE!Every day we witness vignettes of our favourite Birregurrians—whether it’s your grandad whiling away time on the lathe in his shed, Aunty June rounding up the sheep for shearing, your favourite trader in Main Street smiling cheekily through the window….you get the idea!
This year, we want YOU and your family to take candid or even fun or moving ‘set up’ portraits of our community members. Photos will be hung in traders windows from Fri 9th Oct to 18th Oct.
Entry forms and photo printing available at Birre General Store. Entry forms also available at Birre Community Health Centre.
PHOTO PRINTING AVAILABLE AT BIRRE GENERAL STORE FOR $1.00. Just bring USB or email your photo to email@example.com
Entries close on 3rd Oct – drop off at Birre General Store.There are 1st & 2nd prizes for Open Category and 13yrs and Under Category as well as a People Choice Award.
Winning photos will be framed and hung up in the community, and all photos will be archived at the Birregurra Historical Society for posterity.
Category winners announced Sunday 11th Oct on the main stage at the festival. Peoples Choice voting starts Fri 9th Oct and closes Sun 18th Oct - 1 vote per person, made at Festival info tent and Birre General Store.
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WHEN: Saturday 17th October. Departing 7.22am train from Birregurra. Returning 7pm train.
HOW MUCH: Ticket price only (Proof of Concession is required for entry/attendance) then pay as you go for train and lunch.
Exhibition ticket prices are:
- NGV Member Adult $21
- Adult $26
- Concession $22.50
For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE EXHIBITIONSpectacular works from art masters including Rembrandt, Rubens and Titian are going on show at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) in the latest exhibition Masterpieces from the Hermitage: The Legacy of Catherine the Great.
Founded by Catherine the Great in 1764, the Hermitage is among the largest and oldest museums in the world and is regarded as having one of the world’s biggest and finest collections of paintings.
The works featured in the exhibition were personally collected by Catherine the Great during her 34-year reign – a period renowned as a Golden Age for the Russian empire.
The NGV has recreated the sweeping halls and rich furnishings of the acclaimed museum, transporting visitors into the world of the Hermitage.
For information on the exhibition, and associated programs for visitors of all ages, go to www.ngv.vic.gov.au
When: Saturday 7th November 2015
Time: Leaving Birregurra General Store at 9am.
Cost: TBA - Likely $15 plus gallery entry
Contact email@example.com or phone Judy on 5236 2647
The Archibald Prize, first awarded in 1921, is Australia's favourite art award, and one of its most prestigious. Awarded to the best portrait painting, it's a who's who of Australian culture - from politicians to celebrities, sporting heroes to artists.
Since 1921, the Archibald Prize has been thrilling art enthusiasts, often stirring up controversy and always challenging the way we see ourselves and our society. Over the years, the prize has been awarded to many of Australia's most prominent artists including Nora Heysen, William Dobell, Brett Whiteley, Ben Quilty, Tim Storrier and Fiona Lowry.
The Art Galleryof Ballarat is proud to be the exclusive Victorian venue for the 2015 Archibald Prize, which is a touring exhibition of the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Judo house pt 6 (the white bird)Medium: oil on linen
Winner, 2015 ARCHIBALD PRIZE, © the artist, © AGNSW, Mim Sterling
Potter Foundation, Mars and Timken Galleries
Calling all local
musicians, poets and performance artists
Book your Open Mic Slot at
Birregurra Festival's BCAG Arts Expo
Last year's Festival Arts Expo was so much fun we're repeating it this year .....bigger and better!