Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre encouraging Upper Hunter creativity with workshops and opening night

MUSWELLBROOK Regional Arts Centre treated the Upper Hunter to another exciting exhibition at the weekend.

Contemporising the Modern – Australian modern and contemporary photography and Lost Tales: Walking with Gods – Travis De Vries, opened on Friday night at the Muswellbrook gallery.

The display will be open until Sunday, August 27.

ARTISTIC CREATIONS: Travis De Vries with his installation 'Shrine, Putting it All Together, It All Starts to Make Sense'. Picture: Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre.

ARTISTIC CREATIONS: Travis De Vries with his installation 'Shrine, Putting it All Together, It All Starts to Make Sense'. Picture: Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre.

But, the artistic fun doesn’t end there.

The arts centre will continue to host their free monthly Club Manga workshops for young people.

The next event will be on Sunday, July 16, from 10.30am to 11.30am, and will be ideal for those aged 8 to 14.

Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre’s Jade Goodwin will facilitate the workshop, and there is pre-booking requirement to attend.

All materials will be supplied – participants only need to bring their creativity.

The final free Club Manga workshop will be on Sunday, August  13.

For more information, contact Jade at the arts centre on 6549 3784.

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