Find exhibitions and creative opportunities coming up at The Cultural Precinct and The Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery.  Follow the link below to be part of the exciting experiences offered at The Gunnedah Cultural Precinct 

CURRENT EXHIBITION: Spring into September  
Creative Community Contributions 

'Spring into September' is a celebration of the joys that Spring has to offer. 2020 has bought us a large amount of rainfall which has bought flowers to bloom and greener horizons. 'Spring into September' is encouraging everyone to enjoy the spoils the rain has bought us.

September is the perfect time of year to take a moment and reflect on the blossoming flowers and buzzing bees and the beautiful gifts spring brings to us each year and what better way to do through art. The exhibition will be a hive of activity and The Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery will be exhibiting a myriad of different art forms from photography to pen and ink to watercolours and even sculpture to celebrate Spring and the rich artistic offerings of Gunnedah. 

Artists and budding artists, schools, community groups, hobbyists and just about anyone who would like to create something with a Spring into September theme is asked to get busy on their contribution. Artworks for the 'Spring into September' exhibition must be delivered ready to hang to the Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery, 81 Chandos Street by 5.00pm on Friday, 18 September, 2020. Please find the entry form here.

'Spring into September' exhibition officially opens from 1.00pm Friday, 25 September, 2020 with light refreshments provided.
Free tickets can be booked through the “Buy Tickets” link at to ensure COVIDSafe practices.
'Spring into September' continues until Friday, 30 October 2020 at Gunnedah's Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery, 81 Chandos Street, Gunnedah NSW.


1.00pm Friday, 25 September, 2020

Friday 30 October, 2020

Marama-li Cultural Roadtrip Possum Skin Pyorgraphy Workshop

Free Possum Skin Painting workshop using locally sourced Ochre with Adele Chapman-Burgess and Avril Chapman.
Creative sisters Adele and Avril are proud Ngarrabul/Gamilaraay/ Yuwaalaraay/Kooma women from the New England area, they are visiting 9 towns to deliver creative workshops.
Adele and Avril create works based on their lives journey and use traditional mediums such as weaving, painting and possum skin cloaks as well contemporary mediums including photography.
Adele and Avril believe ‘it is in their spirit strength, learning more and seek more knowledge about our family connections to the places we visit.’
Date: Thursday 22 October 2020
Time: 10am to 4pm
Venue: Gunnedah Town Hall, Conadilly St
Facemasks and sanitiser provided
social distancing and COVID-19 protocols must be adhered to

Hosted by Arts Gunnedah 

Arts Gunnedah Creates is a multi-art form exhibition for Gunnedah to celebrate the freedom and sanctuary found in creativity by regional artists, crafters, professionals and novices alike.

Arts Gunnedah will deliver a myriad of opportunity through an exhibition at the Gunendah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery, an outdoor artist's walk featuring works displayed in businesses in the CBD as well as an online virtual exhibition. This exhibition promises to raise vibrancy out of the dull of drought, excitement out of the restraint of isolation and a new joy to the everyday task of taking a walk up Gunendah's bright and friendly main street. 

Submissions are to be delivered to the Gallery between 12pm & 3pm November 1st 2020, pick up and entry form at the Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery or request one via email at visarts.secretary@gmail.vom

6.00pm Friday 6 November 2020
Friday 20 November 2020