ArtBytes | Supporting The Last Babushka Doll Peter Shoemark Nobody knew where it would go when multi award-winning writer Georgina Luck asked about BMAN auspicing a Bendigo Bank grant for a short film in April 2016. The Last Babushka Doll is a short film drama set in the Blue Mountains, with a predominantly local cast…
2019 Mural Fest finalists announced Brendan Atkins The results are in! Judges of the annual International Mural Fest art competition and festival have announced the 2019 finalists – and they include BMCAN member Trish Smart. 'I'm thrilled to have been selected as a finalist again', said Trish, who has collected People's Choice and runner-up awards…
What's new in BMCAN exhibitions? Deborah Sheehan Gallery ONE88 Our exhibitions at Gallery ONE88 are always popular with members, and the most recent one, Art is the Reason, was no exception. There were 35 pieces selected for the exhibition, which closed on 3 March. Gallery ONE88 is a great professional gallery space, so keep an…
MAR 04 BMCAN INVITES ENTRIES FOR THE AUTUMN EXHIBITION AT THE EDGE The Edge Gallery United Cinemas, Katoomba Entries Close 5.00pm Monday 4th March 2019 NOTIFICATION   Monday 11 March 2019 DELIVERY          Saturday 16 March 9.30- 10.30am COLLECTION     Saturday 8 June 9.30-10.30am OPENING           Saturday 30 March 3pm-5pm…
JAN 07 BMCAN INVITES ENTRIES FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT BLUE MOUNTAINS EXHIBITION AT THE PALAIS ROYALE Entries Close  5.00pm Monday 7 January  2019 NOTIFICATION   Friday 11 Jan 2019 DELIVERY             Tuesday 15 Jan 4.30pm-5.30pm COLLECTION       Tuesday 19 March 4.30pm-5.30pm Contact Deb Sheehan (deborahsheehan246@gmail.com) ***ATTN BMCAN Members*** Entries are invited for our…
Join Yuri Bolotin, an explorer, bushwalker and environmentalist for regular guided adventures into the wild. Yuri is also a director of BigCi (Bilpin international ground for Creative initiatives) – an artist residency organisation, as well as of Kenyan Kinship – an organisation that provides development resources to underprivileged communities in Africa.  For details visit: https://www.bushexplorers.com.au/walkprogram.htm

The Wild Mountain Collective Book Club meets on the 3rd Sunday of every month. We are interested in speculative and non fiction narratives that explore the issues around our interconnected relationship to the natural world and one another as we face the challenges of the Anthropocene and learn from those cultures who have celebrated the…