FEATURE ARTIST – Online Artisan Fair
Peter Hickey – Photographer
Peter is our first ‘Feature Artist’ in our new regular invitation to come and review the work of Featured Artists currently in our Virtual Artisan Fair on the MAX21 website.. He is a photographer whose stunningly beautiful work captures the fleeting glory of light and spectacle that dances across the Blue Mountains region that we sometimes need to see through an artist’s eye to fully appreciaste.
See more of his work here work here

The extended COVID-19 lockdown in Greater Sydney presents us with many unknowns, and as a result, we have decided that an in-person MAX21 Artisans Fair event this year would be too risky and challenging to attempt. We also know that our good friends at The Fairmont Resort & Spa do not wish to put at…

Uncle Lex Dadd, RBM Presenter, local Darug man, and BM Aboriginal Culture and Resource Centre (ACRC) member, is planning a trip on Thursday the 16th of September to Wilcannia & towns out west to assist with morale-boosting puppetry & other cultural development activities. He also plans to distribute much-needed supplies to remote Aboriginal communities.

Please let us know what you are up to as we call for submissions for our Winter edition of ARTBytes.

As an ARTBytes Reader and/or Contributor, we are asking for your help.

It’s time to put together our Winter edition of BMCAN’s ARTBytes.
Please send us a two-paragraph description of any activities you know about or are engaged with, together with an illustrative image, and we will include this in the Winter ARTBytes, which will be released at the end of July.

The deadline for receipt of copy and images is Friday 16 July.

Happy to have 3 of my artworks accepted for the Winter Exhibition with the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network on show and for sale until September at The Edge Cinema Art Gallery in Katoomba. Pop along and enjoy the art and catch a movie it’s great to support local businesses! #artshow #bluemountains #birdart #artforsale

BMCAN has much to offer its members and the wider community, as we seek to fulfil our mission to support a vibrant, sustainable, inclusive creative arts community through leadership, member services and collaborative partnerships. BMCAN is a not-for-profit organisation, run by a volunteer-based management committee.

BMCAN has much to offer its members and the wider community, as we seek to fulfil our mission to support a vibrant, sustainable, inclusive creative arts community through leadership, member services and collaborative partnerships. BMCAN is a not-for-profit organisation, run by a volunteer-based management committee.

BMCAN has much to offer its members and the wider community, as we seek to fulfil our mission to support a vibrant, sustainable, inclusive creative arts community through leadership, member services and collaborative partnerships. BMCAN is a not-for-profit organisation, run by a volunteer-based management committee.

Notice of Annual General Meeting of Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network followed by Meet and Greet- 6.00pm, Tuesday 15th December 2020 at Lawson Bowling Club TO MEMBERS AND EX-MEMBERS - PLEASE R.S.V.PTO ATTEND You are cordially invited to the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network Annual General Meeting and following that a Meet and Greet Party where you will be…