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City of Newcastle ParaTriathlon 2021 Vantage points at Newcastle Harbour, Nobbys and Newcastle beaches, Horseshoe Beach and Pit Lane.
The City of Newcastle Aquathlon Newcastle's harbour and foreshore.
Warners Bay Markets 8am to 2pm, Warners Bay foreshore.
Newcastle Food and Flower Markets 8am to 2pm, 1 Rural Drive, Sandgate (Sunday, 8am to 1pm).
The French Twilight Market 4pm to 8.30pm, The Station Newcastle.
New Print 21: Celebrating Printmakers Newcastle Printmakers Workshop, Adamstown (and Sunday).
Newcastle Podcast Festival Digital Library (12 Stewart Avenue, Newcastle). 10am: Getting out from behind the mic: the key to creating and delivering a successful live event. 11am: How to Get Started with Your Podcast. 1pm: What are the different types of Podcast and why should you have one? 2pm: Planning your podcast: the importance of scripting; titles and show notes. 3pm: How to keep your subscribers engaged.
The Olive Tree Market 10am to 4pm, Civic Park, Newcastle.
The Hangar: Family Friendly Edit 10am onwards, Civic Park, Newcastle. The Hangar: Local & Live Artists 4pm, Civic Park. The Intergalacular Sci-Fi Spectacular 8pm, The Hangar.
Pavilion of Sand: Indigenous Dance Workshops 11am, Wheeler Place, Newcastle.
This is Not Art: Sound City 6pm to 9pm, various locations.
Micro Theatre 7pm, Newcastle Art Space, The Owens Collective, The Base (microtheatre.com.au).
Acquist 7pm, Civic Park Fountain, Newcastle.
Omega Ensemble: Night and Now 7pm, City Hall, Newcastle.
Taylor's Run 7pm, Summerhill Waste Management Centre (meet Wallsend Library)
Do Your Parents Know You're Straight? 2pm and 8pm, Civic Playhouse
Ange Lavoipierre - Zealot Workshop12.30pm, Performance 5.30pm, The Lass O'Gowrie Hotel.
1x4; Nourishing Waters; Sea, Space & Beyond: Vision Australia Newcastle Museum.
False Sense of Security The Lock-Up; VOID Newcastle Art Gallery; The Savage Divide The Owens Collective; Art Cart with Jasmine Craciun 10.30am and 11.30am, Newcastle Art Gallery; Artist Open Studio: Big Clay Out 1pm, Newcastle Art Space; Linkages: Eszter Bornemisza 10am to 3pm, Timeless Textiles; Artist Open Studio Trail: Collaborative Mural with Kiasmin 2pm, Hudson Street Hum.
Lakefest 2021 Heaven Can Wait Charity Sailing Regatta; Paul Bennett Aerobatic Display; Pirate Race Day.
Warners Bay Community Garden Working Bee 9am to 1pm, Bunya Park, Eleebana.
Country on the Field - Family Fun Day 11.30am to 8.30pm, Central Charlestown Leagues Club. Bands plus jumping castles, water slides and more.
Made.In.Newcastle - Capricious Wild Art Collective Exhibition 5pm, The Edwards.
Made.In.Newcastle - Uh! Oh! Review 7.30pm, The Royal Exchange Salon Theatre, Newcastle.
Tomago House Investigation Experience 7pm to 9.30pm, 421 Tomago Road, Tomago. Book ahead.
Live On The Lake - Dragon 3pm, Toronto Hotel.
Newcastle Podcast Festival Digital Library (12 Stewart Avenue, Newcastle). 10am: Why every company should have a brandcast. 11am: Learn how to book talent and be a great podcast guest. Noon: How we created a hit podcast with Cameron Jones.
Street Paws Festival 11am to 3pm, The Station Newcastle. Bring your dog (on a leash).
Newcastle City Farmers Market 7am to 1pm, Newcastle Showground,.
Farm & Fork Farmers & Artisan Market 8am to 1pm, Morisset Showground.
Maitland Growers & Artisan Market 8am to noon, The Regal inn, Tenambit.
Homegrown Markets 11am to 2pm, Speers Point Park.
Toronto Lions Markets 8am to 1pm, Lions Park, Main Road, Toronto.
Adamstown Markets 7am to 1pm, corner Glebe and Brunker roads, Adamstown.
Sparke Helmore Newcastle City Triathlon Foreshore Park, Newcastle Harbour.
Boatfest Boat Bits Bonanza 10am to 3pm, Rathmines Park, near Rathmines Theatre.
Made.In.Newcastle: Mini Murals by Ashlee Jedrzejak Noon, Culture Club on King.
Made.In.Newcastle: Mini Murals by Samantha Lambert Noon, The Umbrian.
Pavillion of Sand: Language and storytelling sessions 11am, Wheeler Place, Newcastle.
Modern Contemporary: Josh Earle 3pm, Civic Playhouse.
The Hangar: Local & Live Artists 4pm, Civic Park, Newcastle; The Intergalacular Sci-Fi Spectacular 8pm, The Hangar.
Paco Lara "The Andalusian Guitar" 5.30pm, 48 Watt St, Newcastle.
Acquist 7pm, Civic Park Fountain, Newcastle.
Taylor's Run 7pm, Summerhill Waste Management Centre (meet Wallsend Library).
This is Not Art: The Last Supper 6pm, Napoli Centrale, Popolo Gelateria.
ART by Ahn Wells
Hungarian textile artist Eszter Bornemisza (artwork pictured) lives in Budapest and creates stunningly detailed large-scale wall-hangings and layered vignettes inspired by her city. Her Linkages exhibition delves deep into her interest with city maps and how they often reveal links to a city's social and culture life. There is a fascinating artist talk on the gallery website; timelesstextiles.com.au. On now at Timeless Textiles until March 14, 90 Hunter St, Newcastle.
Newcastle Printmakers Workshop, Adamstown, is celebrating printmaking during the inaugural NEW PRINT 21 festival February 19-21. Free print demonstrations, artist talks and the exhibition Ink up and Print will be on display.newcastleprintmakersworkshop.org
At Newcastle Art Space, Tighes Hill I'm from Earth opens 4.30pm-6pm on Saturday, February 20. An exhibition by studio artists that explores "ideas about clay and its sensuality - as earth, as medium and a means of expression" curated by intern Leah Poi. Exhibition runs until March 14.
Nature Camp by Holly Leonardson opened at Onwards Studio, Hamilton on February 19 and continues Saturday, February 20, 10am-4pm. Leonardson is exhibiting paper collages and large digitally printed patchwork quilts. Her works will warm your heart and take you back to the nostalgic childhood days of crafting with glue and scissors.
SMAC Studio, 73/A Elizabeth St, Tighes Hill, is open Friday, February 26, 6pm-9pm and Saturday, February 27, 10am-4pm with abstract landscape paintings by Tyler Dan in Follow the Thread. A self-taught artist whose intuitive painting process is influenced by her experiences of the natural environment.
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