Millmerran Arts Council comprises a body of spirited art enthusiasts whose focus is to bring the arts to the bush. We aim to nurture the careers of artists of all disciplines, and give the public the opportunity to engage with contemporary art practice, including visual art, literary arts, performing arts, and multidisciplinary arts.
$25 Adults (CABARET SEATING) (SOLD OUT)
$20 (BACK & SIDE SEATING) (SOLD OUT)
$10 Students 5-12yrs (SOLD OUT)
BYO FOOD & DRINKS
As part of Camp Oven Week celebrations
Get ready for a huge night of everything Irish, and lots of your favourite songs and tunes from Australia’s finest Celtic band the Barleyshakes led by Dublin singer and guitarist Alan Kelly.
The Barleyshakes won the Queensland music award for World music, and members contributed to the Lord of the Rings award winning soundtrack when recording with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Read More
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL for this COVID-SAFE event as SEATING IS LIMITED.
Bookings are to be made ONLINE by completing BOOKING FORM below.
PAYMENT TO BE MADE AT THE DOOR - CASH ONLY
Due to limited seating by placing a booking you understand that you are holding a seat. If you are unable to attend you can transfer your reservation to someone else. If you would like to cancel your reservation altogether, please contact us so others may take your place.
A Camp Oven Festival Courtesy Bus will be running to and from the Showgrounds for the event.
KENNETH MACQUEEN ART FOYER
Click to see past and present exhibits
The Kenneth Macqueen Foyer gallery is situated in the Millmerran Library and is the venue for monthly exhibitions by local and guest artists, both nationally and internationally. The diverse selection of visual art, photography, ceramics and craft is sourced and managed by the Millmerran Arts Council and showcased to locals and visitors free of charge. Read more.
IAN PARK - WOODWORKING
August/September 2021 Exhibitor
Millmerran local Ian Park’s wooden creations, toys, miniature Australiana models and even his handiwork in a long-stitch tapestry of his former residence ‘Old Gowrie’ - in the Kenneth Macqueen Art Foyer at Millmerran Library. More info.
Your valued support together with the contributions of the Doug Hall Foundation helps the Millmerran Arts Council deliver affordable entertainment and free workshops to children and families in our community. We thank you and hope you’ll join us in 2021.
"Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."