Saturday 9 September 2017

You're Invited to Carnamah: 15-19 September 2017

North Midlands Project artist-in-residence Di Taylor has created a series of artworks based on the stories and life of our local bushranger Frank Thomas. This striking exhibition will open for the first time at 6:30pm this Friday 15 September 2017 at The Bank Gallery Space in Carnamah. This is a free event.

Red Hills by Di Taylor

Also launching on Friday evening, 15 September 2017, is the North Midlands Agricultural Society's biennial Art & Photography Exhibition at the Town Hall in Carnamah. Tickets can be purchased on the door for $20 with refreshments provided. Entertainment during the evening includes WA singer-songwriter Ashlea Reale, who will be singing Hold on to Your Horse (about bushranger Frank Thomas) and songs written earlier this year with students in Carnamah, Morawa and Perenjori.

The Bank Gallery Space, NMAS Art & Photography Exhibition and our Carnamah Museum will all be open from 10am to 4pm from Saturday 16th of September through to Tuesday 19th of September.

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