Upcoming Exhibitions and Events



August 3 – September 29, 2019

Assemble – To bring together – Two artists come together to exhibit their art, both utilising  the creative discipline of assemblage but in different yet complementary ways.

Rosemary begins with abstract paper collage assemblages which then transfer into exquisite and detailed oil paintings. Mim’s sculptures feature recycled materials, which are changed in the process, then figures created from modelling clay are added. An intrinsic aspect to this exhibition is the vibrant use of colour, which unifies the art and gives the exhibition an uplifting dimension.

When: August 3 – September 29, 2019
Where: MIRA Marysville, 11 Murchison Street.
Cost: Free




October 4 – October 24, 2019

Murmuration: A large group of birds, usually starlings, that all fly together and change direction together, or the act of birds doing this.

Masses of birds work together creating these large displays in the sky, called a murmuration. Here there is no leader, each bird follows the wing of the next, protecting the entire flock from harm. This wonder serves as a metaphor for the power and love a community is capable of when they come together to support each other at times of loss. A compassionate community unafraid to speak openly of death and dying. A community which advocates for their loved ones to experience a “good death” and seeks to support carers and the bereaved.

Bronwyn’s years of working in palliative care have made her passionate about the need for this to be inbuilt in our community. She works as an advocate for death literacy and uses her art practice to engage and inspire others to do the same.

These works encourage the viewer to contemplate what a compassionate community would look like, and how each of us has the power to make it happen.

When: October 4 – October 24 , 2019
Where: MIRA Marysville, 11 Murchison Street.
Cost: Free



An.ti.quate Ottoman Workshop

October 12 and 13, 2019

an.ti.quate creates quality upholstery designs with an environmentally conscious mind. By recreating beautiful home furnishings, we not only challenge the idea of possibilities within your home, but also give a second life to rare treasures.

Returning to MiRa in October due to popular demand. Join Kerri in an interactive workshop to make your own upholstery art ottoman.

When: October 12 and 13, 2019
Where: MIRA Marysville, 11 Murchison Street.
Cost: $440
Book: www.antiquate.com.au or at MiRa.
Places are limited.


Workshops and Performances


October 18, 19, 20

The Marysville Jazz & Blues Weekend is a contemporary and traditional Jazz and Blues music festival. Now entering its 5th year, the event is a project of Lions Club of Marysville & District Inc. and is recognised as a regionally significant event that attracts an audience of 3000+ people annually.

In 2019 the festival headliners Vika and Linda Bull will be joined by more than 30 acts for an exciting weekend of music, workshops and more.

Performances and Workshops: Friday October 18 –  Sunday October 20, 2019
Where: MIRA Marysville, 11 Murchison Street and other Venues
Cost: From $60, Children from $30