Check out Tim’s work.
Join The Man Cave team for 2 days of honest conversations and upskilling with other men in your community.
Open to Men of all ages
There is an opportunity for men in Benalla to be part of an internationally endorsed program to improve social connection and mental health.
The Man Cave is an international movement to support men and boys. The facilitators visited Benalla P-12 College earlier in 2019. They are now bringing the concept to the whole of Benalla.
Below is a flyer link promoting the event. There is also an 8 page booklet that should answer any queries you have about the program.
If you have any queries about the program, don’t hesitate to get in touch with David on 0416 560 488.
Want to have a solo exhibition?
Lara Merrington, the Shepparton Art Museum Curator, is available to discuss ideas with artists prior to submission, and applications will close Monday 25 November.
The Annual General Meeting of GANEAA
(Goulburn and North East Arts Alliance)
will be held at the North Eastern Hotel
on Thursday 21st Nov 2019 at 5.30pm.
We are seeking people with an enthusiasm to join the GANEAA family. Please consider what you could do for the arts.
Summer Exhibition at Cafe Martini Wangaratta hung with help from Bill Young, Anita Lawrence, Janet Campbell and Tina Fraser.
There was a performance at the opening by Joel McKerrow and some GANEAA members.
Here are some of the works in the exhibition:-
GANEAA is organising an exhibition at the Wangaratta Art Gallery 2. The entries may be inspired by the ‘Across the Arts Forum – Across Cultures 2019′ or the theme ‘Cultural Connections’.
All GANEAA members are invited to exhibit/play or perform up to 2 pieces for the opening.
October 3rd at 5:00pm
with poet Joel McKerrow
During July and August GANEAA Members have the opportunity to exhibit in Wangaratta at Cafe Martini.
Follow the link below for more information:
Help with hanging would be appreciated.
Enquiries Paddy Milne 0407 311 899
Email completed form to Paddy Milne by 4th July 2019.
Whether you’re a diehard Hitchcock cinema fan or someone who simply loves a night out
packed full of thrill and suspense at the theatre, Three Birds One Cock promises a night of shadowy,
old-world glamour, noir 1950s America with plenty of physical comedy, slick costumes,
an original musical score and a sharp, witty script.
Three Birds One Cock has seen sell-out seasons in Melbourne and Adelaide, travelled to
regional towns across the state, picked up a nomination for ‘Best Ensemble’ at the
Green Room Awards Association and wowed audiences everywhere.
THREE BIRDS ONE COCK.
Friday 5 July, 7pm • Moyhu Soldiers Memorial Hall
Tickets are $25 including an amazing CWA supper.
Drinks at bar prices. Doors open at 6.15pm
Hosted with Creative Victoria, Regional Arts Victoria,
King Valley Arts Presents, Moyhu Action Group & Moyhu CWA.
For more info and to book your tickets go to www.kingvalleyartshow.com.au
or Trybooking https://www.trybooking.com/BCEIU
Tickets will be available at the door.