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Monday 20th May, 2019 onwards


Monday 20 May, 2019

National Cartoon Gallery at the Bunker
Behind the Lines 2018 – Best Political Cartoons Exhibition
Venture down the rabbit hole to Behind the Lines 2018, the perennially popular exhibition of the year's best political cartoons.
After a topsy-turvy 2018, the theme this year is Curiouser & Curiouser, inspired by the surreal charm of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Australia's best political cartoonists have worked tirelessly to make sense of the goings-on.
The Gallery is open every day from 10 am to 4 pm.
Cost: Adults $5; children u16 $3; Friends of the Gallery Bunker
and children under 5, free entry.
For further information please phone: 6651 7343.
Monday 20th May to Sunday 7th July, 2019


Woolgoolga Art & Craft Gallery
Coastal Colour Exhibition
An exhibition by Renita King, who is one of our super-talented members. Renita works in all kinds of mediums. Look out for her Crab Collection and beautiful ocean paintings, not to mention some lovely hand woven items.
This will be a WOW exhibition and you are sure to love what you see.
The Gallery is open daily from 10 am to 4 pm.
For further information please phone: 6654 1054 or visit the Gallery website.
Monday 20th May to Sunday 2nd June, 2019


Tuesday 21 May, 2019

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery
Clay Stories: Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics from Remote Australia
Clay Stories is a significant survey exhibition of contemporary artworks in ceramics created by established and emerging Indigenous artists in remote parts of regional Australia. The exhibition presents pieces that are both sculptural and vessel-based, with each body of work a strong medium for storytelling, representative of the artist's connection to Country.
This touring exhibition is an independent curatorial project developed by Sabbia Gallery, its exhibition curator Anna Grigson, five Indigenous art centres and the Remote Communities Ceramic Network.
Entry is free and the gallery is normally open Tuesday to Saturday from
For more information ring : 6648 4863, or visit the Gallery Events website.
Tuesday 21st May to Saturday 13th July, 2019


Coffs Harbour Regional Museum
Stories to Freedom
Stories to Freedom, the new exhibition at Coffs Harbour Regional Museum, gives insight into the past, present and future lives of refugee and migrant women living and working in our community.
The exhibition shares the work of Anglicare's 3Es Program through photography and film, as well as featuring handmade textile artworks created by the women who participate in the program. Made during workshops led by local artist Frances Larder, who's highly successful textile exhibition Landscape of the Soul was held at the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery in 2018, these textile artworks show the extraordinary traditional skills and handcrafts these women bring with them to Australia.
The Museum is located at 215 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour, and is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am to 4pm
For further information visit the Museum website.
Tuesday 21st May to Saturday 29th June, 2019


Sawtell Art Gallery
World of Water Exhibition
Waterfalls, Oceans, Rivers, Lakes ... anything associated with water will be brought to life in the Sawtell Art Gallery's newest show opening Saturday 18 May.
The Gallery is Open 11.00am to 3.00pm - closed Mondays.
Cost: FREE entry to view the exhibition.
For further information please phone: 6658 6477 or visit the Gallery website.
Tuesday 21st May to Saturday 16th June, 2019


Harry Bailey Memorial Library
iPads & Biscuits
If you have your own iPad and want to start at the beginning bring it along. If you don't, borrow one of ours for free to get a taste and learn some skills that will open up a whole new world of information and entertainment.
Participants book in to a 3 week block. Each session runs from 10.00am to 12.00pm.
Tuesday, May 7 - Session 1 focuses on navigating the iPad. Learn to turn it on and off, understand sleep, silent and night modes and set up your home screen. Learn how to use the touch screen and what the different swiping gestures do.
Tuesday, May 14 - In Session 2 we will get online via a wi-fi internet connection. Learn about Safari, Apple's internet browser and discover some helpful tips for finding the information you need online and evaluating the reliability of the information you find.
Tuesday, May 21 - In Session 3, the final session, we will discover apps, programs designed specifically to run on an iPad device. We will connect to the app store, discover and download an app that will allow us to access online magazines and talking books from the library's collection straight on the iPad.
Session Times: 10.00am to 12 noon.
Make a booking to learn about iPads by clicking here.
Tuesday May 21st, 2019


Saturday 25 May, 2019

Norm Jordan Pavilion, Coffs Harbour Showground
Collectors Fair
The Coffs Harbour Collectors Club will hold it's annual Collectors Fair over two days this year, Saturday May 25 and Sunday May 26, 2019.
The Fair will be held in the Norm Jordan Pavilion at the Coffs Harbour Showground and feature Exhibitors Collections as well as Traders tables.
Admission for adults is $5, children under 16 free.
For further information visit the club website.
Saturday 25th May & Sunday 26th May, 2019

To listen to an interview about the Collectors Fair, click here.

Friday 07 June, 2019

Various Venues in Bellingen
Bellingen Readers & Writers Festival
With a focus on contemporary Australian writers, the Bellingen Readers & Writers Festival is presenting an exciting line-up of literary talent once again to be held on the long weekend in June.
Drawing on the success of 2018, the festival will offer a fun, intimate, thought-provoking and at times challenging program.
Audiences can expect to engage with a variety of personalities of the literary world in a range of venues from the historic Bellingen Memorial Hall to intimate cafes and restaurants around town.
For further information visit the Festival website.
Friday 7th to Sunday 9th June, 2019



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