Into the Bendigo Art Gallery light

If you could peel back the layers of Karen Annett-Thomas’ paintings you might just find gold. Like the fortune seekers that came and turned our landscape upside down, Karen has likewise mined it. Figuratively speaking. “I see the layers of history, time and place, and my paintings are like that as well,” she says. “They’re layered... Continue Reading →

Life lessons for all

If you’re looking for a sign from a higher power, The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion in Myers Flat is probably a good place to start. And so it was Dr Sue Gillett found herself there one recent weekend, in avoidance of the footy finals. Sue had dropped her son at the Inglewood football oval then driven... Continue Reading →

Students set to support Otis

Bendigo artist Logan French has his pencils poised for the city’s newest must-do event. One lucky bidder at next month’s Gallery Gala auction will go home with an original work by Logan, with proceeds going to the Otis Foundation. It’s all thanks to the Bendigo campus Event Management and Marketing students. The students are in... Continue Reading →

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