What’s On!

We have had a busy start to 2023 with another three group  exhibitions still to go ….

  • Texas Art GalleryOpen Ended Revised’ from 11 April to 13 May.
  • ‘Journey on the Border’ – our traveling exhibition focusing on works developed in our 2022 Workshop Series is on at the Glen Innes Art Gallery from March 25 – 22 April.
  • 9th of June – 21st of July will be a major group exhibition with new original works as well as those inspired by our 2022 Workshop Series in our final showing of ‘Journey on the Border’ at Inverell Regional Gallery. This gallery has a large and beautiful exhibiting space and we look forward to filling it!

Then that’s it for Borderline group shows for this year. Our Artists will have a chance to get back to their studios and into our workshop series commencing July 1st.

As 2025 will bring our biennial group exhibition at Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery together with another one or two major group shows we plan for 2024 to be a chance for our members to deepen their practices and build on our workshop series with Art Camps and Play Days. We are planning for a couple of group exhibitions, including a mid-year show at Artists Collective Studio in Tenterfield. 


You can also see our members’ work at

And on the first Saturday of each month

  • Borderline Open Studio and Art Market where you can meet some of our Artists and buy beautiful work all under $50. You will find us at The Railway Museum in Tenterfield ont he frist Saturday of each month from 9-12pm. Entry to the Museum is free and EFTPOS is available.

Members can join us for Art Play

  • Borderline’s ‘Drop In Art’ days format is changing. Rather than an open-ended weekday once a month, there will be material-specific days to come and play. These days will be announced via email and will have a material focus, for example, Gelli plates or using the printing press. We have acquired new materials for workshops and have extra for members to play with. These materials include (but are not limited by!) a Gelli Plate Printing kit, printmaking inks, oil sticks, other mark-making materials and a wide range of papers (hot and cold pressed). ‘Drop In Art’ days will be an opportunity for members to play with the materials they may not have tried under the guidance of more experienced members.


And now, as our 2023 group exhibitions come to a close we can finally focus on our 2023 Workshop series!

Our line-up is exciting!

  • Experimental Felt Making Sheryl Wright, July 1st and 2nd.
  • Botanical Art – Nola Sindel, July 15th and 16th
  • Everyday Nature Sketchbooks – Deb Mostert, Sept 2nd and 3rd
  • Charcoal Drawing – Lizzie Connor, Oct 14th and 15th
  • Eco-Friendly Etching – Liz Powell, November 18th and 19th

A $50 deposit will secure your place and there is a limit of 6 students per workshop.

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