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Wednesday, 13 September 2017 - 2:45pm
Arts and Culture

Local and regional creatives are encouraged to register as featured artists in the 2018 Golden Plains Arts Trail, expected to attract thousands of visitors.

This is a great opportunity for residents to showcase their creative and artistic talents and possibly make some money. 

Responding to feedback from patrons and artists, the 2018 Arts Trail will be held across two weekends (traditionally, it has been just one). The ‘North Trail’ (for the northern half of Golden Plains) will be held on the weekend 17 and 18 March, and our ‘South Trail’ (for the southern part of the Shire), will be held on the weekend 24 and 25 March.

Our vision for the 2018 Trail is to showcase multiple artists at each venue, so that every stop is even more interesting and diverse, and so that visitors can spend more time at the one place. We will aim to delight our visitors’ senses by creating a mini-festival vibe at each venue – picture artists, craftsmen and women, musicians, writers, food/coffee and more, all grouped in the one colourful, entertaining place.

We encourage artists to showcase their work from one of our group venues in Lethbridge, Rokewood and Dereel (amongst others).  Locals and visitors can stop by, grab a bite, listen to live tunes and buy quality art. These sites will be creatively abuzz and a great opportunity for artists to get their work out there.

Contact Samantha Thompson, our Arts and Culture Officer on 5220 7212 if you have another great venue in mind or have any queries or questions. 

Be part of this great event and showcase your work.


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Monday, 18 September 2017 - 8:32am


Council acknowledges the traditional Wadawurrung owners of this land. Council pays its respects to Wadawurrung Elders both past and present and extends that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People who are part of Golden Plains Shire.