Arts & Culture
Indigo Shire is fortunate to be home to a great number of practising artists. We are dedicated to supporting a vibrant calendar of cultural events including music, visual art, literature, community creations, film and public art. Click on the links below to find out what's on, or subscribe to Indartz, the arts and culture newsletter for Indigo Shire.
A competition that celebrates the quiet achievers, the you-beaut champions, and the little rippers!Make a trophy, medal, sash or other award that rewards the special achievement of someone you know. Sometimes it’s the little things that deserve recognition...
Free school holiday fun! Bring the kids along for a free screening of Epic. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Bring your own refreshments and enjoy the show!Thursday April 10, 2pm at Beechworth Memorial HallTuesday April 15, 2pm at Wahgunyah School of Arts Hall
For several months now, textile art has been appearing mysteriously in public spaces in Beechworth and Yackandandah.
The ACMI project 'In the Regions' captured nine stories about passionate locals, community spirit and what life is like in country towns.
Keep up to date with arts and cultural events in the Indigo Shire. If you would like to subscribe to Indartz, click on the mailchimp link.
From theatre groups to art groups the Shire embraces and nurtures the artistic and cultural needs of the community.
Indigo Shire Council's Arts and Cultural Strategic Plan sets out a shared vision for a dynamic, responsive and inclusive environment for the arts to thrive in Indigo Shire.
Last updated: 08 April 2014