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Pagodas – featuring a remarkable installation work by acclaimed artist Anne Graham inspired by the sandstone pagodas of the western Blue Mountains: artworks, photography, and film of the pagoda country. An exhibition of works both aesthetic and political in the country that inspired their creation.

A premier Australian Heritage Festival Event at Lithgow. Professor Anne Graham’s installation, ‘Gardens of Stone’ will be showcased in the Gang Gang Gallery’s main gallery space, surrounded by an array of photographs of the birds of that country and watercolour works capturing some of its extraordinary landscapes.

A film portraying the beauty and potential of the proposal to create a State Conservation Zone in this area will also be showing continuously in the adjoining studio gallery. Viewing these works in the country of their inspiration, linked to the possibility of visiting that country whilst in the region, makes this an experience that will touch multiple senses.

The exhibition opens on Saturday 1 May (Thursdays to Sundays) and will run until Sunday 20 June.

All are invited to the principle launch event at 3:30pm on Saturday 1 May and the Pagodas Speakers Day on Saturday 15 May (gallery capacity is 60 persons).

See the detailed program by clicking here.

Event dates

Event Details

206 Main Street, Lithgow, New South Wales

Right opposite Queen Elizabeth Park



Entry fees:
Attendance limit:
50 - 100
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Co hosted by National Trust Lithgow Branch