Entries in for Young's annual Sculpture, Wood and Big Art exhibition

The Young Society of Artists Inc will be holding its Lambing Flat Sculpture, Wood and Big Art Exhibition at the end of the month.
The Young Society of Artists Inc will be holding its Lambing Flat Sculpture, Wood and Big Art Exhibition at the end of the month.

The Young Society of Artists Inc are once again busy organising the annual Lambing Flat Sculpture, Wood and Big Art Exhibition.

This is the 11th exhibition which will be held in the Young Town Hall for five days only from Wednesday, March 27 until Sunday, March 31. 

An open invitation is extend to the public to attend the official opening at 7pm on Tuesday March 26, 2019.

The evening is now a part of the major events for the Lambing Flat Chinese Festival program.

The evening will include door prizes and light refreshments while Judy Barker will provide live music which will add to this evening of arts and culture.

Entries have been submitted by artists from Wagga Wagga, Cootamundra, Tumut, Temora, the South Coast, Bethungra, Sydney, Cowra and from many local artists across the Hilltops region.

The 2019 Guest Artist is Louise Adams from Temora who will display her talent in sculpture and fine art.

Another event to add to your calendar will be the opening of the new exhibition at Burrangong Gallery. The guest artists are members of the Young District Multicultural Association (YDMA). 

YADMA have joined with the Young Multicultural group to celebrate Harmony Week with an exhibition of fine art on March 16. 

Enjoy this multicultural event by joining both groups at 12pm on Saturday following the Farmers Markets.

The event has been plan to showcase the flourishing multiculturalism of our local community with a little taste of cultural food at the long table on the railway platform, Art in Burrangong Gallery, live music by Hovert Gonzales and his students from the YRSM and a display of traditional dress by the members of the multicultural group.

Harmony Week celebrates the cultural diversity of Australia. 

The exhibition will be open daily until April 12.