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70-78 Keppel St Bathurst NSW 2795 (map)
Fri 10 February – Sun 26 March

Hill End Table: Food, Fire, Art - the Hill End Table, where food, fire, art, life and landscape collide. The works featured in this exhibition are also featured in the publication The Hill End Table - Food, Fire, Art and have been produced over nearly two decades by artists who have had a rich connection to the life, food or pottery of creative couple Lino Alvarez and Kim Deacon of La Paloma Pottery. These artists include those who call Hill End home, participants in the Hill End Artists in Residence Program and friends of Hill End. A Bathurst Regional Art Gallery exhibition to coincide with the launch of The Hill End Table: Food, Fire, Art by Lino Alvarez & Kim Deacon.

Lloyd Rees: In the Regions - this exhibition celebrates seven decades of Lloyd Rees’s work through paintings, drawings and prints with a particular focus on the artist’s relationship with regional Australia. Drawing from the substantial collection of Rees works in the collection of Bathurst Regional Art Gallery. In the Regions highlights the breadth of Rees’s talents as a draftsman and artist, his generosity as a benefactor, and the wealth of our regional collections. A Bathurst Regional Art Gallery exhibition curated by Sarah Gurich.

A Prize Collection: Studio Ceramics from the Carillon City Festival and Bathurst Art Prizes 1972 – 1998 - this exhibition looks at the genesis of Bathurst Regional Art Gallery’s studio ceramics collection which grew from the Carillon City Festival and Bathurst Art Prizes. Twenty five years of ceramics production are presented (1972 to 1998), representing key figures, influences and trends in the development of Australia’s studio ceramic movement. A Bathurst Regional Art Gallery exhibition curated by the BRAG Volunteer Guides.
Venue: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, 70-78 Keppel St Time: 10am to 5pm Tues to Sat; 11am to 2pm Sun & most public holidays; Mon by appointment Cost: free Contact: 6333 6555

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