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Category Archives: Arts
At last, Millers Homestead has reopened its doors to the public, kick-starting a 12 month pilot program from Eastern Regional Libraries. Continue reading
This year’s Knox Festival was a blaze of colour, culture and community, with a reported crowd of 15,000 in attendance. Continue reading
If you’ve enjoyed the recent Foothills Art Trail, you now have the opportunity to purchase your favourite artworks. Continue reading
The new Knox Library will move into Level 3 of the old Myer Knox department store, while also doubling in size. Continue reading
The much-loved Millers Homestead in Boronia is set to be taken over by Eastern Regional Libraries for a trial 12 month tenancy. Continue reading
These hidden gems are mapped out along the Foothills Art Trail, some hiding in plain sight, waiting for the discerning eye to seek them out. Continue reading
The Upwey Archies are back for 2021, with local aspiring artists to have their work publicly displayed in the Upwey Main Street shops. Continue reading
Ferntree Gully Arts Society is bringing art and the community together to experience a very different exhibition in the windows and on the walls of the local Ferntree Gully Village traders. Continue reading
Something is coming to Ferntree Gully Village! As you wander around the Ferntree Gully village shopping areas, you’ll notice something new – the Ferntree Gully Arts Society are excited to announce “The Foothills Art Trail” – a project to put … Continue reading
Artists from Upwey to Kalorama opened their doors to visitors for a weekend of creativity this May with the return of the Dandenong Ranges Open Studios program. The highly anticipated weekend was bigger than ever and warmly welcomed by artists … Continue reading