Time Out: Feb 21-28

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21

Ray Macartney, 6pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Albury-Wodonga Uke Muster, 6pm, first floor, Albion Hotel, Albury

Garry O’Brien: Soft Rock Classics, 6.30pm to 8pm, North Albury Sports Club

Club Phoenix dinner — open to all, 7pm ’til late, Rooftop Bier Garden, then 9pm, One, The Bended Elbow, Albury

Sounds of the Border Open Mic Nights hosted by Larry Caton: for all ages and music styles, 7.30pm, register at 6pm, bistro, Astor Hotel, Albury

Grooveyard Hammond Combo: soul, grooves, jazz and blues every Thursday, 7pm to 9.30pm, La Maison Cafe, Wodonga

Open Mic Night with Dave, Kelvyn and the Wednesday crew, 8pm, Albion Hotel, Albury

Missfits, 8.30pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, The Bended Elbow, Albury

Karaoke Showtime! Registrations 7.30pm on, karaoke starts from 9pm, Paddy’s Albury

Twin Cities Rock’n’Roll Club Weekly Dance, 7.30pm, auditorium, Commercial Club, Albury

Diesel:  The Velvet Curtain Tour, 8pm, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre, 8pm, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

Thirsty Thursdays Acoustic Night featuring five up-and-coming acoustic acts, 8pm to midnight, The First Lounge Bar and Nightclub, 1 Victoria Street, Wangaratta

Ostinato – Wangaratta’s Community Choir, 8pm, Benalla Art Gallery

Open Mic: Kane Mills, 7.30pm, Royal Hotel, Corowa

Rock’n’Roll Festival: FRodney Vincent, 4pm, ClubMulwala

Phil Dalby, Mulwala Waterski Club 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22

Friday Night Seafood Buffet and Jazz Night, 4pm bar opens 5pm music, buffet 6pm, Fresco’s Restaurant Bar, Rydges Albury

Charlie Jankowski, 5pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Tony Lukav, 5pm to 10pm, Q Manhattans, Albury

Phil Dalby, 6pm, Sevens Bistro, Commercial Club, Albury

Free Hip-Hop Night: Calculus (band), MC MJD, Gio and Dibe plus Open Mic, 7pm, Retro Youth Cafe, Albury

Urban Uprise, 7.30pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, The Bended Elbow, Albury

Bruce Poulter, 7pm, Lavington Panthers

Who’s That Cat, 9pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Dragon, 9pm, SS&A Albury

Live Music, 9pm, Boomerang Hotel, Lavington

New Danny Phegan Trio: Danny Phegan, Brett Shannon and Steve Monte, 8pm, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

Live DJ, 9pm, O’Maille’s Pub & Hops Garden, Wodonga

Nathan & Teresa, 9.30pm, Paddy’s, Albury

DJ Zuckr, 9.30pm, Beer Garden, Paddy’s, Albury

Famous Fridays: Party Music from the 1970s to the 2000s plus Today’s Top 40 Hits, 10pm, ZedBar, Albury

DJ Sedgie, 10pm, The Carriers, Wodonga

DJ Franco, 10pm, Groove Saint

DJ, 9pm, Birallee Tavern, Wodonga

Albury’s Biggest Club Party: Resident DJs, One Nightclub, Albury

Yellow, 8pm, Corowa RSL Club

Rock’n’Roll Festival, ClubMulwala

Scott & Amanda, Mulwala Waterski Club

Cheap Thrillz with DJ Jarrod, 8pm, Terminus Hotel, Yarrawonga

What’s Next, 7.30pm, Yarrawonga-Mulwala Golf Club Resort

Step Back, Barooga Sports Club

Mick Tenace, 8pm, Main Lounge, Deniliquin RSL Club

Diesel: The Velvet Curtain Tour, 8pm, Wagga Civic Theatre

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23

Gaven Slater, 5pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Tony Lukav, 5pm to 10pm, Q Manhattans, Albury

Phil Dalby, 6pm, Sevens Bistro, Commercial Club, Albury

The Hounds Homebound — Diamond People CD launch, with Hunter Gatherer, Lars and The Prussians, The Northern Folk and Hugh Fuchsen, 7.30pm, The Cube Wodonga

Brock Shirley, 8.30pm, Soden’s Hotel, Albury

Who’s That Cat, 9pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Rhythm Rats, 9pm, SS&A Albury

Outdoor Concert: Adam Brand, Beccy Cole, Travis Collins and Matt Cornell, 8pm, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

DJ Deb, 9.30pm, Albion Hotel, Albury

Nathan & Teresa, 9.30pm, Paddy’s, Albury

DJ Candy B, 9.30pm, beer garden, Paddy’s, Albury

DJs Franco and Vitz, 10pm, Groove Saint, Albury

Saturday Night, One Nightclub, Albury

Live Music, 9.30pm, Alpine Hotel, Bright

Shakespeare in the Vines: Essential Theatre presents Twelfth Night, Gapsted Wines

Kevin Haggerty, live acoustic music and vocals, 1pm, Vine Hotel, North Wangaratta

Classic Comedy and the Tatong Netball Club: Comedy Night fund-raiser featuring Jeff Green, Greg Fleet and Tom Siegert, 7pm, Benalla Lakeside Community Centre

Swanpool Soiree and Family Day featuring The Giants Rock’n’Roll with Wilbur Wilde, Uprising, Tattoorose and many more, 2pm to 11pm, Swanpool General Store

Tenace, 8pm, Corowa RSL Club

Rock’n’Roll Festival, ClubMulwala

Neil Diamond Tribute Show, Mulwala Waterski Club

Cheap Thrillz with DJ Jarrod, 8.30pm, Terminus Hotel, Yarrawonga

Slam Day: Charlott Gemmill, DJ Leigh Kelly, 7.30am to 1am, Bottom Pub, Cobram

Black Water: Doobie Brothers Tribute, 8.30pm, Barooga Sports Club

Tumbafest 2013: Tumba Voices, Tumba Pipes & Drums, Haylee Potts and Jarryn Phegan, Kissin’ Cousins, Sarah Humphreys, The Twine, Mahalia Barnes (4.30pm) and Cathy Wall, Tumbarumba

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24

Sunday Sessions on the Lawn: live entertainment from 2.30pm, Boomerang Hotel, Lavington

Elissa Van Dorst, 4pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, The Bended Elbow, Albury

Deckchair Sundays: Marcus Gett, DJ Zuckr, 4pm, Paddy’s, Albury

Who’s That Cat, 4pm to 8pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Idle Fret, 7.30pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, The Bended Elbow, Albury

Open Mic Sunday Sessions, 2pm to 6pm, Gerogery Hotel

Open Stage Acoustic Open Mic with Michael Franklin — PA and microphones provided, 2pm to 5pm, MJ’s Bakery, Tallangatta

Music on the Balcony: Hard Cab, 11am, Beechworth Bakery

Rod McLeod and The Advocates, 2pm, Bright Brewery

New: Sunday Acoustic Sessions: Liv Cartledge/Benny Williams, noon to 2.30pm, Gigi’s of Beechworth

Recycled String Band, 2pm, Vine Hotel, Wangaratta

Live Music, 3pm, North Eastern Hotel (The Northo), Wangaratta

Rock’n’Roll Festival, ClubMulwala

Tumbafest: Praisefest, Gretta Ziller, Joel Harrison, Sarah Humphreys, The Twine, The Sunny Cowgirls (3.35pm), The Boys, Snowy Hydro Main Stage, Tumbarumba

Sugarcane Collins: Downunder the Blues Tour, 4pm to 7pm, Uranquinty Hotel

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26

Melbourne International Comedy Festival: Class Clowns, 4pm workshop and rehearsal, 7pm performance, The Cube Wodonga

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27

Paul Gibbs, 6pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Open Mic with Aron McLean, ex-lead singer of The Pigs, 6pm, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

New Direction, 9.30pm, Paddy’s, Albury

DJ Candy B, 9.30pm, beer garden, Paddy’s Albury

Uni Night: DJ Franco, 10pm, Groove Saint, Albury

Irish Jam Session, 8pm, Star Hotel, Yackandandah

Denise Drysdale, 6pm, Boyntons Feathertop Winery, Porepunkah

Trevor Doddridge, 6pm, Border Bistro, Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort, Mulwala

FREE TIME OUT ONLINE GUIDE: Email music, comedy, theatre or exhibitions details to play@bordermail.com.au or phone (02) 6024 0548. Deadline: noon Wednesdays. A fresh Time Out is posted at the bordermail.com.au every Thursday.

COMING SOON

FEBRUARY

28-March 3: Beatles Festival, Albion, Commercial Club, ZedBar

MARCH

1: Three Tenors Tribute, SS&A Albury

1: Denise Drysdale, Wangaratta PAC

2: Shannon Noll: NAB Cup Post-Game Entertainment, Wangaratta Showgrounds

3: Drapht, Paddy’s

1-3: Rutherglen Dance Festival, Rutherglen Memorial Hall

2: Darren Percival, SS&A Albury

2: A Day on the Green: Neil Finn, Paul Kelly, Mark Seymour, Lisa Mitchell, All Saints Estate, Wahgunyah

2-3: The Wiggles: Taking Off!, Albury Entertainment Centre

3: Drapht, Paddy’s

3: Love Letters, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

7-8: The Wiggles: Taking Off!, Wagga Civic Theatre

7-11: Myrtleford Festival

8: Time Warp, Commercial Club

8: Headspace fund-raiser: The Stafford Brothers, Timmy Trumpet, Nathan Lambourne, DJ Zuckr, DJ Franco, Paddy’s Albury

8: Michelle Nicolle Quartet, The Jazz Basement

8-11: Dinner Plain Festival of Rock

9: Slava and Leonard Grigoryan, guitarists, 1-3pm, Albury Botanic Gardens

9: Male Review, North Albury Sports Club

9: Viva Bonegilla: Mikelangelo and The Black Sea Gentlemen, Bonegilla Migrant Experience

9-10: Carnivale Wodonga

9-10: Tastes of Rutherglen

10: Seven Harp Ensemble, Albury Library Museum

10: Mighty Mitta Muster, Mitta

13: David Strassman, Albury Entertainment Centre

13: Henri Szeps, Wangaratta PAC

15: Tania Kernaghan, Commercial Club

15: The Syncopators, Jazz Basement

16-17: Tastes of Rutherglen

17: Harvest’n’Graze Festival: Pseudo Echo, Kinross

17: Slava and Leonard Grigoryan, Albury Botanic Gardens

18: Humpty’s Showtime Play School Concert, Commercial Club

19-23: The Fabulous Dame Farrar’s Dazzling Display of Stupendous Acts for the Stage!!!, Butter Factory Theatre

21: Kitty Flanagan, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

21-24: Albury Gold Cup Carnival

22: Peter Baylor’s Ultrafox, Jazz Basement

22-24: Yackandandah Folk Festival

23: Celtic Illusion, Wangaratta PAC

24: Anthony Newcombe, piano, 2pm, Murray Conservatorium

26-27: They’re Playing Our Song, Albury Entertainment Centre

26-27: Flying Fruit Fly Circus: Control, Alt Delete, Wangaratta PAC

27: The Girls From Oz, Benalla PACC

VISUAL ARTS AND HISTORY: EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

ALBURY ART GALLERY

MORE SEEING IS NOT UNDERSTANDING: PONCH HAWKES

FEBRUARY 16 TO APRIL 7

Odd scenarios emerge from the night: a woman abandons a baby as she rushes through a train station, a man skips rope in a drive-through bottle shop, a couple perform ballroom dancing in a deserted arcade. These scenarios beg for a narrative that would explain why they came about and how they unfolded, however, photographer Ponch Hawkes is more interested in savouring the ambiguity, offering enigmatic glimpses that excite the imagination. Free event.

NOT DEAD YET

UNTIL MARCH 31

Don’t miss this landmark retrospective exhibition by two of the Northern Territory’s pioneers of alternative printmaking, Therese Ritchie and Chips Mackinolty.

Not Dead Yet traces developments and techniques in traditional printmaking, collage and photographic media.  This is a powerful and persuasive graphic art of protest, propaganda and people’s politics. For more than three decades, Ritchie and Mackinolty have captured the lives, landscapes and major events that have defined the Northern Territory both as home and as an enduring Australian frontier. Free event.

ALBURY LIBRARY MUSEUM

ON THEIR OWN: BRITAIN’S CHILD MIGRANTS

FEBRUARY 23 TO APRIL 28

From the 1860s, more than 100,000 children were sent from Britain to Canada, Australia and other Commonwealth countries through child migration schemes.  They were sent by charitable and religious organisations, with government support, in the belief that their lives would improve, and that they would provide much-needed labour and increase the population. Few were orphans; many came from families who were unable to care for them.  The lives of these children changed dramatically and fortunes varied.  Some succeeded in creating new futures.  Others suffered lonely, brutal childhoods.  All experienced disruption and separation from family and homeland. Child migration schemes received criticism from the outset, yet continued until the 1960s.  Formal apologies were made by the Australian Government in 2009 and the British Government in 2010 but many former child migrants and their families are still coming to terms with their experience.

THOROUGHFARE — INSIDE ALBURY’S TRANSPORT HUB

UNTIL MARCH 1

A look at Albury’s transportation industry as it moved from horse-drawn carriages to the motor car. It draws on the site history of Albury’s 526-540 Kiewa Street, now home to the Albury Library Museum. Discover the stories behind some of the businesses that operated along Albury’s major transport thoroughfare. The site has been home to myriad owners and its uses are a reflection of the time, advances in technology and the people who worked there. The exhibition is filled with significant objects and stories relating to Crawford and Co stables, West’s Motors garage, Azor Robbins and Alex Porter mechanics, Blacklocks motor cycle and car repairs and the Murray Valley Coaches depot.

THE CEDAR: WHERE MEMORIES ARE MADE

UNTIL MARCH 17

For almost 25 years Jim and Vicki Bacash ran The Cedar of Albury reception rooms in Olive Street. Together they hosted more than 1000 wedding receptions, balls and social events. Vicki was known for her elegance and Jim for his bow ties. This costume exhibition is rekindling memories of The Cedar for many residents of Albury.

CROSSING PLACE— A STORY OF ALBURY

PERMANENT EXHIBITION

Weaving together the story of Albury from its first contact with the Wiradjuri people, traditional owners of the land, to the city we know today, this world-class exhibition, told through an engaging collection of objects, oral stories and film, is on permanent display in the main galleries of the Albury Library Museum.

WIRADJURI TALKBACK

UNTIL JULY 1, 2014

A celebration of the perspectives and traditional knowledge of the Albury-Wodonga region’s Aboriginal people, showcasing a powerful and thought-provoking blend of traditional and contemporary elements illustrating the rich cultural traditions of Wiradjuri country. Alongside traditional Riverina bark paintings and tools are sketches by 19th century Aboriginal artist Tommy McRae, a local identity famed for his depictions of traditional Aboriginal life.

LAVINGTON LIBRARY

LAUGHTER AND GAMES

UNTIL MARCH 3

Laughter and Games showcases playful toys and games from the Albury Council collection, presenting a number of childhood favourites from years past. The exhibit looks at toys and children’s playthings from the early 1900s to the 1960s. From a 1960s Space Station Morse Signalling Set and playing cards to puzzles, dolls and tea sets, as well as an Albury-Wodonga board game, there is something for everyone.

ARTS SPACE WODONGA

BLOCK X BLOCK

UNTIL FEBRUARY 23

An exciting group exhibition that explores the medium of print. Although not all known as printmakers, this group of established artists — Kirsten Coates, Chris Dormer, Linda Fish, Joan Mullarvey, Janet Sutherland, Ali Rowe, Tania Sutton and Abi Thompson among them — have explored the diverse uses of printing processes, from lino print to etching and collograph to monoprint.

GIGS ART GALLERY, WODONGA

LACUNAE

UNTIL FEBRUARY 24

When discarding items, have you ever wondered about what happened to the objects, homes and clothing that you have left behind? Conceptual artist Beth Peters explores the idea of a psychological, emotional or spiritual presence left behind in objects. Through repetition of line, text and imagery, Peters explores the idea of retrieving something lost or coming to an understanding of that something, whether a memory or an idea. Take time out of your day and wonder through the insightful exhibition ... you may find something you thought was lost. Open 10am to 4pm, Tuesday to Sunday. GIGS Gallery & Studios, Gateway Island, Wodonga. Phone (02) 6021 3073.

BEYOND THE LINE

FEBRUARY 27 TO MARCH 24

Riverina artist, Catherine Stewart, presents Beyond the Line, a series of new works for her first exhibition in Albury/Wodonga. Catherine is predominantly inspired by her farm and district as she is surrounded by beautiful bird life, historic shearing sheds and vibrant landscapes. Open 10am to 4pm, Tuesday to Sunday. GIGS Gallery & Studios, Gateway Island, Wodonga. Phone (02) 6021 3073. Visit www.artswodonga.org.au.

WODONGA LIBRARY

20 YEARS IN FRED’S FOOTSTEPS

UNTIL MARCH 8

Twenty years after the death of Professor Fred Hollows, Wodonga Library is hosting a touring exhibition that celebrates the life and work of the late eye surgeon. It will be on display in the library from today (February 13, 2013).  Hollows was a passionate ophthalmologist who became known for his work helping restore the eyesight of countless thousands of people in developing countries and his passionate plight to improve Indigenous health in Australia. In 1993 he lost his battle with cancer aged 63. Two decades on, his legacy lives on. The Fred Hollows Foundation works in about 20 countries throughout Africa, South and South East Asia and the Pacific. A significant amount of work is also carried out throughout Indigenous communities in Australia. Over the past five years alone, the Foundation has supported almost one million sight-restoring operations, trained more than 31,000 eye health workers including surgeons, provided over $10 million in medical equipment and expanded work in more than 55 Indigenous communities. To help keep Fred’s dream alive visit hollows.org.au or call1800 352 352.

 ARMY MUSEUM BANDIANA

EXTENSIVE MILITARY DISPLAY

MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

The Army Museum Bandiana is among Australia’s best army museums where 190 army vehicles, dozens of field guns, weapons, uniforms, medals and items dating back as far as the 18th century are displayed in about 5000 square metres of display space. The museum is at the Gaza Ridge Barracks, Anderson Road, Bandiana, just out of Wodonga. Open 9.30am to 4pm Monday to Saturday but not on New Year’s Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day or from December 24 to 28. Phone (02) 6055 2525. 

 MAN FROM SNOW RIVER MUSEUM AND RILEY’S VILLAGE, CORRYONG

LIVE THE LEGEND

OPEN DAILY

A diverse and colourful exhibition that celebrates the history of the Upper Murray and its people. Learn about the legend of Jack Riley. Open 10am to 4pm, September to May and 11am to 3pm, June to August. Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day. The Man From Snowy River Museum and Riley’s Village is at 103 Hansen Street, Corryong. For more information visit manfromsnowyrivermuseum.com. Phone (02) 6076 2600.

YACKANDANDAH MUSEUM

A STITCH IN TIME

UNTIL MARCH 31

Featuring two signature cloths, one from the early 1920s, made for the Presbyterian Church Yackandandah as a fund-raiser, and the other a Yackandandah Bush Nursing Hospital fund-raiser for the town’s new hospital, built in 1929. Both have wonderful stories and together feature about 400 local names. 11am to 4pm Wednesday to Sunday.

OLD SCHOOL HOUSE GALLERY, BEECHWORTH

WORKS BY LOCAL ARTISANS

OPEN DAILY

North East painters, jewellery makers, textile artists, woodworkers, glass artists and more display their works in the 1863 building that once housed a school. 1 Loch Street. Open 10am to 4pm daily. Visit oldschoolhousegallery.biz.

WANGARATTA ART GALLERY

ACTION/ABSTRACTION

UNTIL MARCH 24

Leading Australian artists working in contemporary abstraction use gestural movement of paint on canvas (and mixed media on paper), vibrant colour, and powerful visual expression in their works. Such pictorial elements combined in large works of art have a striking effect and impact on the viewer. Journey through the artists’ energetic and sensory approach to their individual works, and embrace the manner in which each artist contributes to the viewer’s experience of this captivating and exceptional exhibition. Curated by Dianne Mangan. Artists include: Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, Jo Davenport, Ildiko Kovacs, Todd Hunter and Aida Tomescu.

ALAN PHILLIPS: ART IMITATES LIFE 1968-2007

UNTIL MARCH 3

A reflection and visual memoir on the art and life of this north east Victorian artist covering the period of his student life, in the 1960s, to the present day.  The artist presents the four elements of collage, photography, drawing and diary entries.  A thought-provoking exhibition that comprises a selection of works about the artist’s response to the world around him, introducing works that focus on a diversity of subject matter including photographic studies of Melbourne’s wharf’s and markets; Central Australian photographic studies; images taken during a trip to Europe; and pictures taken in China revealing effects relating to the Cultural Revolution.  Phillip has been concerned with inside stories, social realism, politics and social protest. Exhibition Wine & Cheese Night with Artist Floor Talk: 5.30pm Thursday, February 14. The exhibition is in the Workshop Space is behind the main gallery. Phone (03) 5722 0865.

WANGARATTA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE

WANGARATTA YOUNG FARMERS PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

UNTIL FEBRUARY 26

During 2012 the Wangaratta Branch of the Victorian Farmers Federation began collecting copies of photographs of farming activities from many generational farmers within the Rural City of Wangaratta. The display features some of these photographs. Open 9am to 5pm. Phone 1800 801 065.

BARC HUT 11

BENALLA MIGRANT CAMP EXHIBITION

FEBRUARY 24

The Benalla Migrant Camp has an amazing history well worth remembering. Between 1949 and 1967, 60,000 European post-war migrants made their temporary home in Benalla at the ‘Benalla Migrant Camp. This exhibition of personal photos, documents and memorabilia tells some of their stories. BARC Hut is at 11 Samaria Road. Drive into the Benalla Gliding Club entrance and follow the road past the Benalla Aviation Museum. BARC Hut 11 is the last hut on your right. Contact: Sabine Smyth, phone 03 5762 6678 (AH) or email her at sabine.smyth@gmail.com.

BENALLA ART GALLERY

CCP DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD

UNTIL MARCH 10

Enjoy this biennial showcase of contemporary Australian documentary photography. It represents a unique, national initiative in support of documentary photography, providing a rare opportunity to assess the themes, styles and ideas that characterise this fascinating genre.

MOUNT BULLER

MOUNT BULLER SCULPTURE AWARD DISPLAY

UNTIL APRIL 30

The Mount Buller Sculpture Award is a biennial competition that invites artists to submit works to be considered for permanent installation in the stunning alpine environment at Mt Buller. This year these works will be judged by Doug Hall, the Australian Commissioner for the Venice Biennale in 2009 and 2011, and director of the Queensland Art Gallery/GOMA from 1987 to 2007. The 22 sculptures selected as finalists are currently on display at Mount Buller until the end of April, allowing resort visitors to view a diverse range of sculptural pieces set amongst the spectacular High Country landscape. The sculptures are featured along two routes — one located around the Mount Buller Village Square and the other at the Mount Buller Summit Car Park. The winning sculpture will be acquired by the Mount Buller Arts Association for $100,000 and installed on the mountain in perpetuity, becoming part of the Mount Buller Sculpture Park, Australia’s first mountain-top sculpture display. Set outdoors on a year-round basis, the Sculpture Park will provide visitors withthe opportunity to view these sculptures in vastly different alpine conditions, offering a unique experience on every visit. In addition to the $100,000 acquisitive award, a $10,000 prize is also available as part of the Mount Buller People’s Choice award, sponsored by Foodworks. When the sculpture display concludes, the People’s Choice Award will be announced. To be involved, simply complete the form at http://www.mtbuller.com.au/Summer/Events2/Mt-Buller-Sculpture-Park-Award to cast a vote for your favourite piece and place it in the nomination box located in the Visitor Information Centre at Alpine Central. In return, you will be in the running to win a summer holiday to Mount Buller.

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