Walking around Albury, locals and visitors alike have probably noticed an explosion of public art.
fourW is one of Australia's longest running annual anthologies of new poetry and prose from Australian and international writers.
An atmospheric and beautiful place rich with history, layers of flaking plaster and paint, long echoing corridors, generous rooms with high ceilings and soft light, gardens with quiet corners. Is it any wonder that Mayday Hills has become a home for local artists?
Accomplished Chiltern photographer Nat Ord has created ten nuanced portraits set in finely wrought landscapes.
Albury painter Meg Sprouster has a deep affinity for colour and pattern, but her art is also profoundly engaged with ideas.
A poem by Sally Denshire.
An artist and an author have re-imagined the life of Ned Kelly's mother, Ellen.
The Love Letter Response Workshop was presented by Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) in association with The St Claire, an online arts journal based in Philadelphia, for this year's Write Around the Murray (WAM) festival. Kirsten, Mary and Justine reflect on their experiences of the process.
In 2015 Albury City unveiled a sculpture of the Crimson Spider Orchid by Warren Langley.
A local botanical artist has had the opportunity to create a work representing our region's endangered Crimson Spider Orchid.