Combining the best that Blackall has to offer, the outback explodes into a five-day festival packed with local grazing plates, sunset wine tastings, street parties, art and cultural displays, billycart races, BBQ cook-offs, live music and a swag load of familiar faces.
Life is #betterinblackall.
Christmas craft markets, gallery display and cent sale.
Opening event on Friday evening includes a full Christmas buffet.
Free entry on Saturday morning.
The Grassland Art Gallery will be celebrating 10 years since opening in November 2009.
A celebratory event and exhibition celebrating ten years of exhibitions along with a showcase of local artist’s works.
Come and join the Party!
Photographer and writer John Elliott has been taking portraits of people who make Australian music for over 30 years and this exhibition brings together a selection of his iconic images of stars such as Chad Morgan, Slim Dusty, Kasey Chambers and Shane Howard.
John will be hosting a workshop at Grasslands on Oct 12th.
The annual art exhibition and competition has been running for over 20 years has built up a solid reputation as the place for artists to display, compete and sell their art works.
The 2019 Exhibition opening night and award presentation will be no exception with over $9000 in prize money on offer.
An exhibition by Sydney artists, Georgina Hart.
A collection of unique and whimsical works inspired by her journey in art, her love of nature and colour shines through each creative story.
Opening on Saturday August 10th, Past to Present will be on display until the beginning of October.
Come and meet local artists from Blackall and Tambo and enjoy their current exhibition of work, ‘Whispers from the Grasslands’.
Enjoy a free morning tea of scones, coffee, great company and wonderful local art.
Join the communities of Blackall and Tambo to celebrate the opening of an exhibition of works by seventeen local artists at the Grassland Art Gallery, Tambo.
Official opening Saturday June 8th at 12.00pm.
$20 per person, lunch included.
‘Relocated , memories of a new landscape’.
Artist, Nicole Harper explores the landscape, finding new ways to interpret what she sees.
Relocated is a collection of works completed since moving to the coastal hinterland of Queensland.
Nicole will deliver a plien-air painting workshop in Tambo on May 11th & 12th.