The Highlands is known for the strength and creativity of its artistic community. Practitioners of all levels, from national icons to enthusiastic amateurs, come to the area for the cool air, natural beauty and lifestyle which combine to provide an inspirational environment in which to create. The region supports a vibrant Arts/Culture ethos that is reflcted in the wealth of events, performances, exhibitions and festivals that occur
through every season, all year. As a dedicated Arts & Culture site for the Southern Highlands, ARTSfie is both a teaser for the spectacular creative offerings of the region, and a calendar of events for various cultural happenings during the year. We trust that you enjoy what you see and look forward to meeting you here in the
November is Southern Highlands ARTS Trail time! Visual artists across the Highlands open their studio doors for visitors to explore their creative habitats and purchase works direct from the maker. Exhibiting artists range from full-time professionals to emerging artists across genres including painting, ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, photography, sculpture and printmaking. Many of our galleries also participate with Trail-specific exhibitions.
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What begins as an open-and-shut case of murder becomes a story that presents a succession of clues creating doubt and a drama of each of the juror’s prejudices, preconceptions about the trial, the accused and each other. 11 of the 12 jurors are quick to vote he is guilty; the remaining juror seems sceptical about the evidence and wants a thorough deliberation of the facts before sentencing, to prove the defendant’s guilt is beyond reasonable doubt.
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Book & lyrics by Doug MacLeodMusic by Yuri WorontshakAdapted from the book ‘ I sang for my supper’ by Margaret FultonMargaret Fulton was an Australian cooking superstar long before today’s TV Cooks. 1.5 million copies of her cookbooks have been sold and she fundamentally shifted the way Australian’s ate. The story follows her life from WWII factory worker, single mother in the Rocks, success in a man’s world, love, accumulating fortune and almost losing it. First staged in St Kilda 2021 it was met with critical acclaim as was the follow-up season in Sydney.At the age of 94 in 2018, Margaret remarked of the musical:“I always dreamed of being a bluebell dancer unfortunately my legs did not make the grade, so I took up cooking instead” Margaret Fulton received an OAM in 1983 and was later identified as a National Living Treasure
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Don’t miss a night with Ian Burns, Lucie Tiger and Andy Penkow..
3 Award Winning Country Americana singer songwriters
$10 at the door
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