News

CCTV Camera Boost for Burnie

Burnie City Council has welcomed the announcement of funding for the further rollout of CCTV cameras in the Burnie CBD.

Swing Man

One of Australia's best character comedians, Damian Callinan, confirms what many had already suspected: he suffers from OTTDs [Over The Top Dance Syndrome]. He performs Swing Man, at the Burnie Town Hall on Wednesday 1 August, 7.30 pm.

ArtRage-ous

The 2018 Tasmanian of the Year and Creative Director of BIG hART Scott Rankin will be the guest speaker at the opening of ArtRage at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery on Friday 3 August from 6 pm.

Burnie Skate Park - Have Your Say

Burnie City Council has allocated $25,000 to fund improvement works at the Burnie Skate Park in the 18/19 capital works budget and will be consulting with users during July to provide a voice to the people who use the park.

In conversation with Viktor Zappner

Well-respected musician Viktor Zappner will discuss his love of naïve art at an event at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery on Saturday afternoon, 21 July from 2 – 3 pm.

Major Recreational Works Complete

The last section of the Marine Terrace Coastal Pathway and the South Burnie Breakwater Reconstruction are now open to the public.

Interactive Beethoven - Burnie’s new Spiral Walk Public Art Installation

Public artwork entitled ‘Spiral Walk’ by designer/engineer David Owens is being installed this week in the Civic Plaza between the Burnie Regional Museum and the Burnie Arts & Function Centre.

Council adopts 2018/19 budget delivering rate reduction

Burnie City Council adopted the 2018/19 Annual Plan and Budget Estimates at its June Council Meeting held this evening.

Montello Soccer Grounds Redevelopment a Certainty

Burnie City Council welcomes the announcement of Commonwealth funding for the Montello Soccer Grounds Redevelopment in Burnie.

Tasmanian Naïvists and A Stitch in Time @ BRAG

More than sixty people attended the opening of the exhibitions Tasmanian Naïvists and A Stitch in Time at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery on Friday evening, 1 June.

Rogetta Project to benefit the Region

Burnie City Council has welcomed the news that Forward Mining’s Rogetta project, south of Burnie, has received Federal environmental approval.

paper on skin

The Burnie Arts Council is gearing up for the 4th biennial Betta Milk Burnie Wearable Paper Art Competition, to be held at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery at 6.30pm on Friday 15 June.

Last weeks to see stunning artworks

Two exciting exhibitions are still at Burnie Regional Art Gallery but get in quick before they finish on Sunday the 27th May.

Hampshire Facility Milestone Achieved

Burnie City Council Mayor Boyd today announced: “I congratulate The Hermal Group on securing the Hampshire property for its new Cross Laminated Sustainable Hardwood Plantation (CLTP) timber production facility.

Register now for Burnie Shines 2018

Registrations are now open to be a part of the 2018 Burnie Shines program.

Coastal Pathway Progresses Through Burnie

The Marine Terrace Coastal pathway project is nearing completion with some major works now occurring on the northern end of Marine Terrace.

A Fine Romance: The Magic of Fred Astaire

A Fine Romance: The Magic of Fred Astaire is an all singing, all dancing tribute to the man who went on to become the most famous dancer of all times; performing at Burnie Arts & Function Centre Theatre on Saturday 12 May, 7.30 pm.

Ghost Jam!

Ghost Jam! is a hilarious take on classic Japanese ghost stories, offering 60 minutes of interactive, unpredictable fun for kids and adults alike.

Avi Avital and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

Mandolin superstar Avi Avital, and the most mesmerising harpsichordist in the business Erin Helyard will perform alongside the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in the Burnie Town Hall, Saturday 28 April, 7.30 pm.

Plenty to BRAG About: two exhibitions at the Gallery

Two exciting exhibitions will open at BRAG on Friday 20 April at 6 pm. In the Main Gallery Burnie Regional Art Gallery: 40 Years, an exhibition of selected artworks from the City’s permanent collection, will celebrate the Gallery’s 40th birthday.