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The Artist’s Salon – A Series of Creative Interludes

nsw 28 Jun 2019 - 5 Oct 2020
Over the next few months, the Friends of Norman Lindsay Gallery and Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum will present a series of creative events, which kicked off in 2019 with an evening to honour Rose Lindsay, Norman’s wife and model. Details of upcoming events can be found below:    
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Join the Gruffalo Trail at Rippon Lea Estate

vic 2 Aug 2019 - 30 Jun 2020
Pick up The Gruffalo Trail throughout all 14 acres of Rippon Lea Estate. Journey through the winding paths and gardens into a deep dark wood, and spot your favourite characters using the new augmented reality app. The interactive trail is included with garden entry to Rippon Lea Estate and is
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Old Government House: Women of Distinction

nsw 31 Aug 2019 - 16 Aug 2020
While many are known to us, such as Elizabeth Macquarie, Lady Mary FitzRoy and Elizabeth Macarthur, others remain more peripheral, overshadowed by their male contemporaries and circumstances. And yet, so many were achievers beyond their years and times. Learn about Anna Josepha Coombe, who married Philip Gidley King in England in
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Posh Puppets at Ayers House Museum

sa 27 Dec 2019 - 26 Jan 2020
Get cosy with your family and friends in our making room and use our fabulous art materials to make your very own posh puppets. The puppets can be as simple or elaborate as you want. You can also explore the wonderful Ayers House Museum. This is a drop- in art
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Margaret’s Gift

nsw 4 Jan 2020 - 22 Mar 2020
The S.H. Ervin Galley is presenting an exhibition to celebrate the generous legacy of Margaret Olley AC (1923-2011) who in the course of her lifetime and following her death donated hundreds of artworks to cultural institutions across the country. Curated by Renee Porter, the exhibition will gather over 70 works
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Winged Garden – Jan Melville

nsw 5 Jan 2020 - 26 Jan 2020
Many techniques are used by artist Jan Melville in her creative journey where boundaries are often pushed. In printmaking etchings, lino cuts and wood cuts are personal favourites. Assemblage works bring out the bower bird in Melville, who collects many artifacts from both landscape and streetscape and also recycles old
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Pirate Day at Polly Woodside (2020)

vic 5 Feb 2017 - 3 Jan 2021
Bring along your scallywags and buccaneers and join us at Polly Woodside for a day of adventures. There are a variety of activities throughout the day including treasure hunts, scrubbing the decks, pirate games and arts and craft. Join our Polly crew to discover what life was like on a
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School holidays at Old Government House: Cross Stitch for Children

nsw 7 Jan 2020 - 19 Jan 2020
Each child will be given a token onto which they can stitch their chosen design. Templates, instructions and all materials will be provided. Once complete, children can take their token home to use as a key ring decoration.  We recommend this activity for children aged between seven and twelve. Children
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Shakespeare Summer Festival at Everglades

nsw 11 Jan 2020 - 26 Jan 2020
Romeo & Juliet: The furiously energetic new production of Romeo & Juliet is characterised by a true vision of today’s youth – the rarely seen innovation of actual teenagers playing the play’s children – Juliet, Romeo, Paris, Mercutio, Benvolio, Balthazar, all aged 14-18, and surrounded by an extraordinary cast of
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Brett ‘Mon’ Garling Exhibition

nsw 2 Nov 2019 - 31 Jan 2020
Garling’s first exhibition at Dundullimal Homestead was greatly admired and attracted many visitors. Renowned for his landscape paintings of rural NSW, and his large scale bronze sculptures, Brett Mon Garling is an award-winning artist influenced by childhood experiences in Lightning Ridge, Narrabri and Dubbo. The collection of works on display
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Heritage Walk 34 Pialligo Redwoods and Beyond

act 19 Jan 2020
We will move around this area in air-conditioned comfort to view three fascinating heritage sites just to the east of Canberra Airport.  All are linked with events that occurred in World War II when Canberra was an embryo city of 12 000 people and home to a major RAAF base. 
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Devonshire Tea at Riversdale

nsw 19 Jan 2020 - 15 Mar 2020
Enjoy a summer Sunday under the trees at Riversdale and enjoy a homemade scone jam and cream, tour the house and gardens and visit the National Trust shop while you are there.     Tickets: National Trust members: Free General admission adults (entry plus tea): $10 Concession: $8 Family: $25
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Labassa Mansion Tours (2020)

vic 9 Dec 2018 - 19 Jan 2020
Labassa is an outstanding Victorian era mansion with opulent architectural features. The mansion was redeveloped in the French Second Empire style by German born architect, John A. B. Koch, who remodelled the house into a thirty-five room mansion. The interior features gilt embossed wallpapers, ornate stained glass and a rare
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