Our events and programs are ticketed to comply with Covid-19 Government Regulations. Please secure tickets to our events and program to ensure your spot. Most events at the WPCC are FREE, but some incure a fee so please read the event details below.
Visits to the Gallery and Museum require visitors to scan and register by QR code upon arrival. 

UPCOMING
EVENTS

Community Arts Program

MINIMAKERS

TERM TWO - 21 APRIL - 24 JUNE

Join us for Art and Craft, sessions held in Term 2 each Wednesday at 9:30am and 10:30am and Thursday at 9:30am and 10:30am. Tickets are available per family and are released the Monday morning of each week. 

FREE EVENT 

Community Arts Program

THE GRAND TOUR

3RD WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH 6PM

Join us for an illustrated journey through current exhibitions, events and ideas from around the world and their prevailing influence on our culture. There are hundreds of shows presented, essays written and auctions staged, at any given time, and their effects on culture at large is not often seen for many years.

Our Curator Kent Buchanan will discuss some of these, as well as respond to ideas and interests of those in attendance. Come along and travel the world with your friends in the comfort of the WPCC!

Tickets will be available on the 1st of each month.

FREE EVENT 

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Community Arts Program

SMOKESCREEN: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (1966)

SATURDAY 3 JULY | 4PM

A bitter, aging couple, aided by the consumption of alcohol, use their young house guests to hurl anguish and emotional insult at each other over the course of a distressing night. 'Old Swampy' and Martha's marriage is showing to be a magnificent wreck as domestic blisslessness is translated to the screen. These characters are working, albeit painfully, through the realities and illusions of their lives.


"The screen has never held a more shattering and indelible drama than Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" The Hollywood Reporter (1966).


Written by Edward Albee and directed by Mike Nichols.


Starring: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, George Segal, Sandy Dennis

Ticket includes a standard complimentary drink at The Establishment Bar Dubbo following the film.

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Community Arts Program

SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM

JULY 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9

Secure your tickets now for our July School Holiday Program. We have a great team of artist/tutors who will help you make the most of our holiday arts program.Children attending the morning workshops must be accompanied by an adult. Each workshop is limited to a maximum of 15. 

Monday July 5th 

THEATRE GAMES WITH KIRRA
11:30am - 1:00pm

9 plus years
Come along to the drama room for a session of theatre games with Kirra Hampson. You might even want to sign up to be part of our free Black Box Creatives program for 2021.
One session only for over 9’s.

 

Tuesday July 6th   

THE CHARMS OF WATER COLOUR
10:00am - 12:00pm 6 - 8 years
1:00pm - 3:00pm 9 - 12 years
Get painting with Menna Samir as she helps you to create some great water colour artworks. Learn about the tricks of water colour painting.

 

Wednesday July 7th    

GET HAPPY WITH ACRYLIC
10:00am - 12:00pm 6 - 8 years
1:00pm - 3:00pm 9 - 12 years
Sonia Oldfield will guide you through working with different brush techniques to create texture, then create a work using those textures. 

Thursday July 8th    

BIRDS, BIRDS, BIRDS!
10:00am - 12:00pm 6 - 8 years
1:00pm - 3:00pm 9 - 12 years    
A step by step workshop with Leanne Watt on painting birds. You will be looking at drawing and brush skills as you create some great bird portraits. 

Friday July 9th    

STILL LIFE WITH CHARCOAL & INK        
10:00am - 12:00pm 6 - 8 years
1:00pm - 3:00pm 9 - 12 years
Drawing - still life and nature with charcoal, pen and ink. Pauline Griffiths will show you how to play with collage using leaf, bark and feather rubbings to create drawings with an environmental focus.