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As a Means to Cope by Cassie Harper

In this deeply personal exhibition, Cassie Harper, an emerging artist from Melbourne/Naarm, explores the importance of communication, how we communicate and how we process and digest information that is emotionally taxing and difficult. This recent body of drawings and embroideries is a record of Cassie’s use of drawing as a therapeutic tool and remedy to […]

Riverbank by Mark Dober

Be surrounded by the bush in this exhibition featuring large scale, wall-sized works on paper by Castlemaine artist Mark Dober. Created on site at various locations along the Murray and Murrumbidgee rivers, Dober paints “en Plein Air”, directly on to the paper using watercolour and gouache. This approach to painting “in the open air” seeks […]

Albury Brick Show

Playwell Events is excited to be heading to the SS and A Club Albury with their popular Brick Show. Visitors to the show can expect to see over 50 tables of custom-built LEGO models. From Star Wars to Harry Potter, there will be something for everyone. They will also have the ever-popular play tables where […]

Charmaine Wilson – The Australian Medium

Charmaine was the winner of Channel Seven’s inaugural season of The One, and was also honored as Queensland Psychic of the Year in 2008 and Australian Psychic of the Year for 2005. Charmaine tours extensively around the country and runs workshops all year long.

Displacement by Robyne Young and Vernon Bartlett

The works in this exhibition have emerged from artist Vernon Bartlett and writer Robyne Young’s time as artists in residence in the Creative Studio at Hyphen responding to each other’s practice. The images and words capture scenes of the humanly engineered displacement of nature and people. The exhibition also features work by Bartlett that continue […]

Dabaa.malang Guyulgang

‘Dabaa.malang Guyulgang’ is the inaugural exhibition of Laneway Lightbox Open-air Gallery in Albury. It features local female First Nations artists Glennys Briggs, Teisha Maksymow-McGuiness, Patricia Cerminara and Brittany Wright (AWAHS Koori Women’s group). The artists explore uneasy narratives, unravel displacement and trauma, and discover cultural heritage that has existed throughout time, in search of ways […]


Explore the world of fashion and wearable art in this exhibition of works from past and present visual arts and clothing and textiles students from Wodonga TAFE. Creative flair and individual style are front and centre as this exhibition threads together upcycled, repurposed and tailored garments. Using the fundamentals of art – repetition, line, colour […]

Out of This World: Australia in the Space Age

Welcome to the dawn of the space age. From the 1950s through to the 1970s, Australia was gripped with excitement as humanity made its first forays beyond Earth’s atmosphere. From cutting-edge scientific research to architecture, design, television and more, ‘Out of this World’ explores Australia’s role in the space race. Learn about the history of […]

Susie Losch – Kids Exhibition

Murray Art Museum Albury welcomes its second artist commission in its newest gallery dedicated to Kids! Shelfie is a fun new exhibition by artist Susie Losch. Susie has filled the space with weird and wonderful sculptures perfect for small hands and big imaginations. Kids are invited to pick them up, examine them, and rearrange them […]

Winnie The Pooh Show – Albury

The Broadway and West End sensation is coming to Australia! See Disney’s iconic Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin and their best friends Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, and Owl, oh, and don’t forget Tigger too! In a beautifully crafted, critically acclaimed musical stage adaptation featuring stunning life-size puppetry. Tickets on sale now!

Australia’s Dutch Connections exhibition

Did you know that the first European to sight Australia was Dutch explorer Willem Janszoon in 1606, or that Australian aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith made his trans-Atlantic flight in a Dutch Fokker alongside a Dutch co-pilot, Evert van Dijk? Australia and the Netherlands have a shared history stretching back more than four hundred years, […]

Laneway Lightbox Open-air Gallery Launch

Come along for the launch event of an outdoor art exhibition in NAIDOC Week featuring local female First Nations artists Glennys Briggs, Teisha Maksymow-McGuiness, Patricia Cerminara and Brittany Wright (AWAHS Koori Women’s Group). The opening night will include a Welcome to Country, artist talks and live music performances. Join us in celebration of local First […]

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