See what's on and what's coming up
Want to know what’s going on at Braidwood Regional Arts Group? We’ve got a wide range of events happening in the Arts Centre and we’d love to see you there. Everyone in the Braidwood community is welcome at our events, and new members can join us any time.
ANNUAL BRAG MEMBERS' EXHIBITION
Join us once again for BRAG's annual Members extravaganza!
Information will follow early in the new year.
For the first time, BRAG will be putting on an exhibition themed around textiles of every kind.
Works in textile, as well as work in other media on a textile subject will be featured.
ART ON FARMS
'Celebrating life on the land in our region'.
YOU'VE SEEN THE EXHIBITION IN 2018,
NOW READ THE BOOK!
At only $40 it's a beautiful portrait of our area and some of the wonderful people in our community, as well as a record of the work in the exhibition.
The book also includes poems, essays, profiles, and photos not shown in the exhibition.
Email to order a copy, or come along to any of our events this year to see the book and make a purchase
with Matthew Hulse
All ages and levels.
Mondays 7.30 - 8.30
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 5.30 - 7.30
Beginner-focussed training is Tuesdays and Thursdays,
5.30 to 6.30
More info at
0438 648 468
BECOME A MEMBER
Join for the first time, or renew your membership
BRAG supports its members by providing opportunities
to exhibit and sell their work at the BRAG Arts Centre.
A monthly newsletter keeps you up-to-date with BRAG's activities
and other arts news and events in the region.
Your membership lasts for 12 or 36 months from the date you joined or renewed.
BRAG ARTS CENTRE HIRE
Book one of our beautiful rooms
BRAG's Arts Centre, at 45 Wallace Street Braidwood, is available for hire for:
Meetings, seminars, tutorials
Performances and shows
Regular events such as classes
See below for information on hiring options and to contact us with a query or booking request.
WHAT WE'VE BEEN UP TO
Some happy snaps from the
ART ON FARMS Opening Night
Tom and Christina
Bar staff Ray and William kept the champagne (and other beverages) flowing all night
Thanks to everyone who brought
so much lovely food!
A pair of good-looking devils, aren't they?
Photo of Sue taking a photo.
Postmodern, are we not?
The book is just gorgeous!
Thank you to the writers, photographers and all the featured farmers and artists, as well as Paul at Artplan, who went above and beyond, and our friends at Braidwood Community Bank for their support, so that the participants in the project could receive their copies for free.
Naomi's sculpture in the foreground
Lovely black-and-white works on the Red Wall.
Christine did a great job coordinating the exhibition and book, and massing the troops. Thanks Christine!
BRAG would also like to thank all the participants, all the volunteers, and our kind sponsors Braidwood Community Bank and QPRC.
Martin collaborated with both John Wolesley and Paul Cockram to create visual depictions of his moated dam. Visitors thoroughly enjoyed a walk-through session at Martin's place to see the earthworks and hear about the ideas behind it.
Must've been a good joke!
Craig speaks during the official proceedings.
Having a catch-up.
Pippa likes chooks.
BRAG is an organisation of more than 130 artists (amateur, emerging, professional), craftspeople, writers, performers, teachers and supporters.
The BRAG Arts Centre, located at 45 Wallace Street in Braidwood, provides a space to gather, learn, exhibit and enjoy.
The Centre is used by the members for BRAG exhibitions and events, and is also available to hire for any purpose -
a pop-up expo, a party,
a one-off performance or a weekly class.
BRAG is a not-for-profit community organisation. All donations go towards improving our facilities and services.
Your donations to our Public Fund are tax-deductible.
The 2019-20 Committee: M. Hickey (President),
K. Dominick (Vice President), R. Cavalier (Treasurer),
R. Leggott (Secretary) D. Herman,
J. Byrne, R Hamilton.