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Film: It’s A Wonderful Life

This classic film, coinciding with the current exhibition Bankrolling Bendigo: building a city at Post Office Gallery, is a heart-warming story about financial morality and what truly matters in life.
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Choice Voices Choir

Led by James Rigby, a well-respected local musician and choir leader, the choir performs a wide range of songs from Australian Indigenous titles to the songs of the Beatles.
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Public Forum: Thinking through the legacies of Myuran Sukumaran’s case

Join human rights lawyer and activist Julian McMahon AC to consider the broader legacies of the case of Myuran Sukumaran.
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Open Late - White Night Bendigo

The Gallery will be enlivened during White Night with music, performance, drawing and dancing, alongside talks and tours exploring the current exhibition Another Day in Paradise.
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Gallery Giggles - September

Parents and little ones are invited to come along for Gallery Giggles – a short session of stories, songs and a taste of art for children aged up to 5 years.
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Curator ’s Talk: Bankrolling Bendigo September

Join exhibition curator Emma Busowsky Cox for a free introduction to Bankrolling Bendigo: building a city.
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Art & Tea with Craig Gough

Artist Craig Gough will speak about his practice, including the influences and inspiration for his paintings.
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MOMA visit with the Friends of Bendigo Art Gallery

Join the Friends of the Bendigo Art Gallery on a bus trip to the National Gallery of Victoria to view the current exhibition MoMA 130 years of Modern and Contemporary Art from the Museum of Modern Art New York
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Open Range Art - School Holiday September

Drop into the Gallery and explore our fabulous art making tables! Stocked with a wide variety of papers, tapes, pencils and art tools, this space is designed to encourage creativity and imaginative play.
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Draw it!

Visitors are encouraged to take some time during their visit to create their own artistic responses to the works on display.
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