NAVA Advocacy Program: Weekly Workshops Online Online art advocacy workshop every Wednesday 4:00-5:30pm AEST, 22 April – 19 August 2020. Every Wednesday evening, join Esther Anatolitis and Australia’s leading advocacy thinkers and practitioners online at 4pm AEST. Let’s talk arts, policy, media, political and public engagement. What works? What doesn’t? What can we achieve together?…

•• ••• SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ••••• Leadership is a hot topic – first around the summer bushfires, now around responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, revealing the intersection between health, economics, and community. Our creative arts sector has been severely impacted. This is where leadership counts. By reading this paper and joining the forum discussion, you are…

This year Talking ArtZ (2020) is a collaboration between ArtHouse RBM, Ian Morrison from Katoomba Music, BMCAN and supported by Nolan on Lovel Gallery. Please put aside the 1st Saturday of each month from 3pm and join us at Nolan on Lovel Gallery.

The next Talking ArtZ guests, Todd McMillan and Sarah Mosca, both successful and accomplished contemporary artists dedicated to their art practice using film, photography and painting to explore their experience of being human in a hugely changing world.

Amazing to see a huge turnout by the community last evening at the opening of the Blue Mountains Portraits exhibition and the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019. Trish Doyle MP gave the opening speech and the exhibition showed works by a large number of local artists including many BMCAN members such as Wendy Tsai, Tim K Jones and Rosyln Elms. Well done to all involved.
There is also a Curator Talk (Sat) 25 January 11am – 12pm for the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019
Free with Gallery Admission.
Attendees pictured: Wendy Tsai, Tim K Jones, Nick Stathopoulos, Judith Martinez Estrada, Andrew Wilson, Corin Shearston, Colin Gladys Garland.
Photos by Brad Diedrich.

Entries are invited for our upcoming Exhibition at The Palais Royale, Katoomba. The Exhibition is open to sculptures, woodwork, ceramics, jewellery and similar. Small items are displayed in a locked glass fronted display cabinet and there is CCTV surveillance in all areas where the Works are displayed to ensure their safety. Entries close on Monday 8…