Something so cool to start the year. This fantastic performance next Tuesday night is FREE! Women doing amazing things with hot domestic tools - in Griffith's own Little Red Laundrette. Book your free tix online!
Love electronic music? want to know how to make your own? If you're aged 15-30 you're welcome to join us for this amazing electronic music production workshop at Griffith Regional Art Gallery on 23 January at 10am. Cost $25
And that's a wrap! #myfestgriffith 2017 - check out the highlights! Thank you to everyone involved!
Griffith Regional Theatre Griffith Regional Art Gallery Griffith City Council The Bella Vita Bar Shaka Bar and Bean The Flowering Zucchini Side Effect Genevieve Chadwick Dolce Films Totem Skate Boarding Raw Roar DMC: Dauntless Movement Crew James Welsby Fast Track Talent Showcases Off The Beaten Track Sensible J Winston Surfshirt Remi. Amalia Ben Ceccato Music Ironlak Circa Contemporary Circus
Griffith Regional Theatre is presenting Bella! A Feast for the Seasons our COMPLETELY FREE Launch for our 2018 season of shows on Friday 10th November from 6pm. Great food, drinks and amazing entertainment - including lots of talented local youth - many who amazed us at MY FEST - Harriet Kelly, Jorja Dalton, Lily Gambett and the amazing Lolohea Brothers. Plus a great video wrap up of highlights of 2017 and what's in store for 2018. get on down for a great night out!
HSC GRADUATES EXHIBITION: The Griffith Regional Art Gallery is calling for entries for the annual HSC graduates exhibition. Students from the Western Riverina a...re being invited
to submit their major creative works for the exhibition which will open on Friday 24 November 2017 and run until Sunday 17 December.
This year the major prize is a $200 Progress Save account courtesy of ANZ Bank - Griffith Branch. There will also be a number of Highly Commended Awards announced on the opening night. Works are due by Monday 20 November. Contact the Gallery for an entry form.
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We are so proud of what our local young people achieved during MY FEST youth arts festival - an inclusive, creative celebration of regional young people. This video showcases the Strong Girls group - an amazing group of young Aboriginal and Islander women from Griffith. Congratulations girls it is just beautiful! Thank you Regional Arts NSW for funding this great project - and thank you to Ghenoa Gela Danielle Michich and Force Majeure for working with us to bring this powerful and moving piece of dance theatre to life!
The official opening of Iron Lak: Walls Can Talk Exhibition is tonight at 6pm at Griffith Regional Art Gallery