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For Visual Story Telling 

The Write 
Gallery

Welcome to The Write Gallery, and its revolving calendar of exhibitions and shows which aim to make imagination a destination, curiosity a way of life, and play an essential to understanding. 

September 2022 - Botanicals by Tarn McLean

Dr McLean has a superpowers when it comes to expressing the joy and vitality represented by flowers. This three part exhibition - Sandlewood Botanica, Botanical Zodiac, Continental Botannica -  allows everyone to find their representation, and wonder, as the translation from the canvas to the home is on show. 

Buy your own, or your loved one a Zodiac Botanical print today here

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October 2022 - Piano Fingers by Caroline Magerl
Piano Fingers' original illustrations will sit side-by-side with the workings for Piano Fingers for this delightful exhibition. ‘Piano Fingers’ tells the story of Bea, who is from a big, noisy family who make all sorts of noisy noises! But when will Bea's own special music start? Big sister Isla plays the violin and Bea yearns to play the piano like an angel. With the help of Maestro Gus, the cat ghost of the piano, Bea will make her sparkling debut.
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The Quirky Lecture Series
The Quirky Lecture series is designed to tell the stories of our community, to bring us together, and to build a sense of ourselves in the world. Proceeds from the event directly support the ongoing initiatives of The Lighthouse Toowoomba. 
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Orchestra of Wilderness - Frida Forsberg
4th of November to the 13th of November

(Check out our 'Whats On' page to find out more and register your attendance to the Opening Night!)

Welcome to the second solo exhibition of Frida Forsberg, an award-winning Australian artist, muralist and activist. Frida’s work continues to attract a growing following in both the environmental movement and the broader community for her unique depictions of iconic and often endangered Australian landscapes, communities, flora, and fauna.
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