Scallywags, Child Care Centre, opened its modern place in 1986, providing long day care of 41 kids from age six weeks to 5 years, with confined occasional care available for 1/2 days.
The center is centrally positioned inside the coronary heart of Bathurst, behind the ambulance station, with a view of Haymarket Reserve. Scallywags is dedicated to supporting the desires of families and children with the aid of imparting excessive nice care and early childhood education.
They are looking to employ a mural artist to enliven and prompt a feature wall.
If you would like to create a fun and brilliant mural for Scallywags, you can contact Leanne on 6333 6560.
Take to the trail
THE Bathurst Arts Trail is a collective of artists throughout the Bathurst vicinity who open their galleries to traffic on every Art’s Trail Open Weekend, which is the primary weekend of every month.
All of our artists are satisfied to have visitors to their galleries by using appointment because they cannot attend on a trial weekend.
Entry to all studios and galleries is free from 10 am-2pm this Saturday and Sunday.
We strongly advocate which you take a look at the provision of our artists earlier than traveling.
Visit www.Bathurstartstrail.Com or Bathurst Visitor Information Centre on 6332 1444 for extra information.
Arts Trail booklets are to be had on the Visitor Information Centre and within the artwork gallery/library lobby.
Exhibitions’ last days
THREE exhibitions now showing at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery will close this weekend.
Eurovision: Contemporary Art from the Goldberg Collection offers a snapshot of modern European Art drawn from the collection of Lisa and Danny Goldberg OAM.
It provides a colorful move-phase of new trends in worldwide art, showcasing the diversity and exuberance of progressive practices and present-day culture.
Fabrice Cazenave: The Garden of Shadows is a solo show with the aid of Paris-based totally artist Fabrice Cazenave supplying a frame of labor developed at some stage in his residency in Hill End.
Based on the allegory of Plato’s Cave, Cazenave made big charcoal drawings on canvas of the shadows of the cottage.
The third exhibition, ARTEXPRESS, showcases exemplary artistic endeavors in diverse mediums created via visual arts students for the Higher School Certificate.
It is a party of creativity, scholarly success, and the visual arts’ function in responding to modern subjects.
The exhibitions all close on Sunday.
Please be a part of us.
The annual Arts OutWest regional arts collecting and AGM are on in Bathurst this Sunday, June 2, and everybody is welcome to wait.
More than a meeting, the day consists of behind-the-scenes excursions and testimonies of Bathurst’s cultural existence. Lunch will be furnished at BMEC. This is a free occasion, and we’d love to peer you there.