It’s all happening in Murwillumbah this month with the ‘Marion Hall Best: Interiors’ show at the Tweed Regional Gallery, and the opening of the ‘Gallery Downtown’; an annex of the regional gallery at the M’Arts precinct. Mur’bah as the locals call it, is a big country town that is steeped in colourful art deco buildings, and at the heart of this town is a rich farming history and an array of innovative small businesses.

M-Arts is taking off in the CBD…

The recently opened M’Arts precinct has tongues wagging with its eclectic and open plan style. A disused industrial space is now home to artist’s studios, makers markets, an Italian eatery and the ‘Gallery Downtown’- a showcase of works from the famous Tweed Regional Gallery.

The opening exhibition of the ‘Gallery Downtown’ is the Tetralogy exhibition, featuring over 20 works by local artists from the Tweed Regional Gallery’s collection across these four themes including portraits, artists’ prints, ceramics and photography.

  • CLICK HERE for more information on the newly developed M-Arts precinct in the Mur’Bah CBD.
  • CLICK HERE to read about the opening exhibitions.

 

The Tweed Regional Gallery in January

The jewel in Murwillumbah’s crown is the iconic Tweed Regional Art Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre (the gallery is perched high above with stunning views across to the border ranges). With the galleries latest exhibition ‘Marion Hall Best’s: Interiors, a colourful travelling show‘ now open to the public (until Feb 17, 2019) the work of Marion Hall Best (1905 – 1988), one of Australia’s first and most influential independent interior designers, displaying original furniture, fabrics, furnishings and design schemes is on display.

   

From local designer shops to character filled cafes, Murwillumbah is that quintessential country town, where people linger longer and take the time to have a chat. Reconnect with the town’s famous country hospitality this January and

  • A trip to Mur’bah won’t be complete without a trip to Australia’s premier regional Art Gallery….CLICK HERE to learn more.