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  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Live in The Vines
    Entertainment

    Live in The Vines

    Join us on one fine Saturday (or the occasional Sunday) each month as we cheers to the weekend and enjoy an afternoon amongst the vines with great local artists. Enjoy locally crafted Barellan Beer, cheese boards, sunshine and guest appearances from Alaina’s kitchen serving up deliciously fresh pizzas for lunch.

    Reservations recommended for larger groups.
    Cellar Door open from 10am for tastings and sales.
    Pack your picnic rugs, dancing shoes and mates.
    $5 entry applies for Sunday events (under 18 free).
    Strictly no BYO alcohol or food please.


    Booking Info: 02 6968 1125
    Booking Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/191035658922899

  • Griffith Rotary Markets
    Markets

    Griffith Rotary Markets

    Meet the local growers and makers at the weekly market. Choose from freshly picked fruit and vegetables, eggs, cakes, Italian biscuits, gnocchi, jams, relish and more.

    On offer are fresh fruit and vegetables, biscuits and pizza bases, fresh honey, jewellery, candles, clothes, preserves and oils, seedlings and plants, gift idea's for all ages, as well as on occasion's, chooks ducks and piglets plus much much more! 

    Gold coin donation at the gate to Rotary Club of Griffith. All donations raised by Rotary are returned to the community via donations to very worthy causes.  Last financial year the Rotary Club of Griffith donated over $58,000 to local and national organisation with over $50,000 of thay being distributed locally.

    Held every Sunday from 7:30am until noon at the Griffith Showgrounds.


    Ticket Price: Gold coin donation

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Griffith Rotary Markets
    Markets

    Griffith Rotary Markets

    Meet the local growers and makers at the weekly market. Choose from freshly picked fruit and vegetables, eggs, cakes, Italian biscuits, gnocchi, jams, relish and more.

    On offer are fresh fruit and vegetables, biscuits and pizza bases, fresh honey, jewellery, candles, clothes, preserves and oils, seedlings and plants, gift idea's for all ages, as well as on occasion's, chooks ducks and piglets plus much much more! 

    Gold coin donation at the gate to Rotary Club of Griffith. All donations raised by Rotary are returned to the community via donations to very worthy causes.  Last financial year the Rotary Club of Griffith donated over $58,000 to local and national organisation with over $50,000 of thay being distributed locally.

    Held every Sunday from 7:30am until noon at the Griffith Showgrounds.


    Ticket Price: Gold coin donation

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Griffith Rotary Markets
    Markets

    Griffith Rotary Markets

    Meet the local growers and makers at the weekly market. Choose from freshly picked fruit and vegetables, eggs, cakes, Italian biscuits, gnocchi, jams, relish and more.

    On offer are fresh fruit and vegetables, biscuits and pizza bases, fresh honey, jewellery, candles, clothes, preserves and oils, seedlings and plants, gift idea's for all ages, as well as on occasion's, chooks ducks and piglets plus much much more! 

    Gold coin donation at the gate to Rotary Club of Griffith. All donations raised by Rotary are returned to the community via donations to very worthy causes.  Last financial year the Rotary Club of Griffith donated over $58,000 to local and national organisation with over $50,000 of thay being distributed locally.

    Held every Sunday from 7:30am until noon at the Griffith Showgrounds.


    Ticket Price: Gold coin donation

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Guide Dogs, Cure Blindness - Street Stall
    Markets

    Guide Dogs, Cure Blindness - Street Stall

    Support fund raising for vision impaired by visiting the Street Stall in Banna Avanue and purchasing some local goodies. Stalls are held on:

    11 June 2020

    30 July 2020

    22 October 2020

    5 November 2020

    10 December 2020

     

    • Banna Avenue Kiosk
  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Haunting
    Exhibitions

    Haunting

    Haunting is a fascinating body of work that encompasses photography, video and text.

    Demonstrating how objects and stories can be brought to life, this exhibition provokes various interpretations of the past and its ever unfolding consequences on the present. Vic McEwan, the National Museum’s 2015 artist-in-residence, created the large scale still photography and video works in Haunting, in collaboration with curator George Main. In projecting images of museum objects onto continually changing natural elements such as water, fog and smoke, McEwan has made the environment an active participant in his interpretation of agricultural history and its objects.

    How does the meanings of these significant objects change when we allow uncontrollable natural elements to help produce the work?

    Haunting is a travelling exhibition developed by The Cad Factory and the National Museum of Australia.

    Official Opening: Friday 5 June 2020 10am
    Closes: Sunday 2 2020 August 2pm

    Ticket Price: FREE

  • Griffith Rotary Markets
    Markets

    Griffith Rotary Markets

    Meet the local growers and makers at the weekly market. Choose from freshly picked fruit and vegetables, eggs, cakes, Italian biscuits, gnocchi, jams, relish and more.

    On offer are fresh fruit and vegetables, biscuits and pizza bases, fresh honey, jewellery, candles, clothes, preserves and oils, seedlings and plants, gift idea's for all ages, as well as on occasion's, chooks ducks and piglets plus much much more! 

    Gold coin donation at the gate to Rotary Club of Griffith. All donations raised by Rotary are returned to the community via donations to very worthy causes.  Last financial year the Rotary Club of Griffith donated over $58,000 to local and national organisation with over $50,000 of thay being distributed locally.

    Held every Sunday from 7:30am until noon at the Griffith Showgrounds.


    Ticket Price: Gold coin donation

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