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Home is where the heart is3 Sep 2020
The Armidale Folk Museum features permanent and changing exhibitions. A new display featuring a 1950s doll's house made in Germany was recently donated to the museum by a local resident. The miniature furniture and a collection of vintage small dolls inspire a sense of domesticity and nostalgia. The Armidale Folk Museum is located on the corner of Rusden and Faulkner Streets and is open daily from 11am to 2pm. Entry by donation.
Eclectic - a photography exhibition2 Oct 2020
A group exhibition by eleven New England photographers. Dawn Tranter, Eric Gibson, Kay Nash, Jeni Mackenzie, Jennifer Hatte, Jim Walmsley, Joanne Knight, Michael Hull, Robert Thompson, Roy Lawson, Sue Burgess. All works are for sale and can be seen at the Armidale Art Gallery in the Mall, next to Courthouse Coffee shop. http://www.armidaleartgallery.com/eclectic.html
7 Billion Blind Mice2 Oct 2020
7 Billion Blind Mice Exhibition An exhibition of Environmental Drawings by Terry Cooke Armidale Art Gallery, Beardy St Mall, Armidale With the world population predicted to grow from 7 billion to 11 billion in the next 80 years. We each live our little lives seeking comfort and convenience. With scant regard for the world we are leaving to our children and to our children's children. There is no Planet B! These drawings were not created for exhibition but as supporting illustrations for written articles. The image files are available, free of charge, for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons licence. http://www.armidaleartgallery.com/7-billion-blind-mice.html
New England High Country - Seasons2 Oct 2020
A photographic exhibition of some of Terry Cooke's local landscapes taken over the last two decades on show at the Armidale Art Gallery in Armidale's Central Mall. The photographs are available framed or unframed and can be sized to fit existing frames. PLUS Photography Book: New England High Country – Seasons “Seasons” is the fourth book of photography in my “New England High Country” series of publications following on from “Armidale-Guyra-Uralla-Walcha” (sold out), “Contrast and Colour” (sold out) and “40 Photographers” (still on sale). The book is a selection of photographs, taken over the last two decades, presented in order of months to give a sense of Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer in the region. http://www.armidaleartgallery.com/seasons.html
Markets in the Mall25 Oct 2020
VENUE: The Mall, Beardy Street. TIME: 8.30am-1.00pm. Purchase fresh products from producers and possibly find the article that you have always wanted. For more information or to book stall, phone Taylor on 02 6772 1023.
Music on a Market Sunday25 Oct 2020
Beethoven for Music on a Market Sunday Relaunch. After the hiatus caused by CoViD 19 we are able to restart the Music on a Market Sunday Concerts in the Uniting Church, with a CoViD Safe Plan and a maximum audience of 75. The first concert will be at 12:30pm on 25 October in the Uniting Church and feature Lena Schmalz in an all Beethoven piano recital. Lena will be playing 1. Six variations on the Duett "Nel cor piu non mi sento”, the first movement from Sonata Op. 90/1, and Allegretto from Symphony No. 7 in Liszt's arrangement. Lena is a prominent Armidale pianist and organist and this is a great opportunity to finally hear some top class live music, which is so important to maintaining the cultural and mental health of our community. We look forward to seeing you there!
Armidale Sanctuary Annual Human Rights Lecture29 Oct 2020
'Time for reform - Australia's misdeeds in Timor-Leste and secret trials in our democracy' Armidale Sanctuary will be holding it's Annual Human Rights Lecture again this year! Due to Covid-19, the event will look a little different this year to usual years. When: 29 Oct, 5:30pm. Cost: FREE! Although donations are always welcome. Who: Bernard Collaery, barrister for Witness K who has been charged with alerting the public about the Australian governments alleged misdeeds in Timor-Leste. There will be a 45 minute talk followed by a QnA. Where: The event will be livestreamed online and all are welcome to attend. Register for the zoom link https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/119226580913
Armidale Community Farmers Markets1 Nov 2020
Pop along for fruit and veg, fish, cheeses and other locally produced goods whilst enjoying a coffee. https://www.facebook.com/Armidalecommunityfarmersmarket/
Armidale Central Rotary Club Book Market14 Nov 2020
We are excited to finally announce we will be holding our annual book fair in a reduced capacity of TWO Secondhand book markets this year! The Outdoor and Indoor book markets will be held on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15, November 2020 between the hours of 9.30am – 5.00pm. The Outdoor Market will be held at the Book Shed located on Dumaresq Street and the Indoor Market consisting of ‘Collectables and Premium Items’ will be held at the Racecourse located on Barney Street. Please note: Covid-19 regulations must be observed with social distancing being essential. Both markets may be postponed or cancelled at short notice due to enhanced Covid-19 restrictions. The Outdoor Market may be postponed or cancelled at short notice due to the weather although the Indoor Market will take place regardless of the weather. Numbers will be limited to 300 at the Book Shed and 100 at the Racecourse at any one time. Seating and toilet facilities will not be available. Face masks and gloves are enc
Armidale Community Farmers Markets15 Nov 2020
Pop along for fruit and veg, fish, cheeses and other locally produced goods whilst enjoying a coffee. https://www.facebook.com/Armidalecommunityfarmersmarket/