Buying local, supports our community. The stats are there to prove it! For every $100 spent in a local business, up to $70 stays in our community. This is compared to only $3 when we shop online from a store located outside Greater Bendigo. Most restaurants, cafes, shops, winemakers and the like sell vouchers. Here
The Bendigo Creative Industries Hub is coming to Bendigo soon – a local space where creative entrepreneurs can gather, work, learn, produce, connect and collaborate! The Hub will be located at 23-35 Mitchell Street, Bendigo (the former Morley Johnson Building). CoCreate, managers and creaters of The Hub have organised some workshops for us: Making Your
Professional, practising and emerging visual artists are invited to participate in a group exhibition: small works from a BIG PLACE. “We’re working to broaden awareness and expand potential to sell artwork from this region to new markets” says local organiser Karen Corr. Artist applications are being requested now and will be open until 21 September 2018.
Making art is one thing, but getting it seen is quite another. Friendly Savage and La Trobe Art Institute have joined together to guide participants through the somewhat mysterious process of developing a profile, writing perfect pitches and creating opportunities to exhibit. This full-day professional development program is suited to artists who are just starting out, as well
Art Exhibition Fundraiser for Refugees 11am-5pm, Saturday 7 April 2018 Drew Lawson returns with his bi-annual art exhibition. Each year the local community of Bendigo (and beyond) are welcomed into the studio on the edge of the Whipstick Forest to celebrate and take in all that each instalment of the exhibition provides. Throughout the day