Tagged: Arts

Entries now open for ‘Photo Voice’ bush fire exhibition

October 16, 2020Posted in: Community

New growth on burnt tree

Wingecarribee Shire Council and the Southern Highlands Foundation (FireAid) are inviting photographers from across the Shire to join them as they prepare a special photo exhibition documenting last season’s ‘Black Summer’ bushfires. Council’s Group Manager of Corporate and Community, Danielle Lidgard said the Southern Highlands had endured unimaginable anguish following the Green Wattle Creek and...

Arts and culture survey now open

October 13, 2020Posted in: Community

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking community response to a survey commissioned as part of a research project into the arts and culture sector in the Southern Highlands. The Wingecarribee Arts and Culture Stakeholder Group in association with The SHAC (Southern Highlands Artisans Collective) has commissioned research into the value of arts, culture and heritage across...

Mittagong Playhouse update

December 18, 2019Posted in: Community, Roads and Assets

On advice from structural engineers external buttressing is to be erected at the Mittagong Playhouse as fault investigation and remediation works ramp up on the building. The buttressing, or scaffold supports, will be erected on the western wall of the heritage building following the holiday period. Wingecarribee Shire Deputy General Manager Operations, Finance and Risk,...

The show will go on – at Chevalier College!

November 4, 2019Posted in: Community

The Highlands Theatre Group’s production of Anne of Green Gables has found a new home at Chevalier College’s Performing Arts Centre. A total of five shows are scheduled to run from Thursday 21 November to Sunday 24 November 2019. The new venue and re-scheduling of the production is the result of the closure of the...

Council launches new look arts and culture website

October 28, 2019Posted in: Community, Events

Wingecarribee Shire Council has this week launched a new look website to support our thriving arts community. The Southern Highlands Arts Festival website has been rebranded as the Southern Highlands Arts File (SHAF). Council’s Cultural Development Officer Erin Adams said the website will keep residents in the loop with what’s happening in the local arts...