Posts in Category: Arts
INDIGO’S newly-appointed heritage manager has foreshadowed a major refurbishment next year of the story of colonial police inspector Robert O’Hara Burke.
A PACKED house, taxidermised thylacine and beaming collections manager Linda Peacock greeted Australia’s finest classical guitarists.
BEECHWORTH painter Brian Seidel last evening saw a chip of the legacy that has come to Australian art from his exceptional eye and hand.
A SCOTTISH master percussionist who has won the world pipe band championship title on 19 occasions wants a Beechworth teenager to have the same opportunity.
BURKE museum new manager Cameron Auty’s first task is to devise strategies that integrate the museum and the town’s historic precinct.
INDIGO Shire Council is going back to the drawing board to scope the ways in which Beechworth’s former railway station might be used.
BEECHWORTH artist and Wangaratta Art Gallery exhibitions officer Inga Hanover has enjoyed a rare privilege since the early June opening of this year’s Wangaratta Contemporary…
BEECHWORTH’S landmark cultural event – Opera in the Alps – is seeking a new major sponsor.
BEECHWORTH’S exceptional museum manager Patrick Watt is to move to the Yarra Ranges.
BEECHWORTH’S Golden Horseshoes festival at Easter will feature Beechworth Botanica’ – an inaugural exhibition of leading botanical art.
A YOUNG Austrian singer held her Beechworth grandparents enthralled as they last week watched the nine-year-old wow German top 10 superstar Nena Kerner in a…
BEECHWORTH-raised poet Eddie Paterson sat with ‘The Dressmaker’ author Rosalie Ham in George Kerferd Hotel on Saturday and put to her a direct question: