Before the switch on the wall . . .

Have you ever envisaged a life without electricity?

Murrurundi & District Historical Society will show you in its next exhibition scheduled to open on April 30.

Called Before there was Power, the exhibition will feature exhibits and photographs of what it was like before electricity came to the upper reaches of the Hunter Valley.

Meanwhile, time is running out to see the acclaimed Drawing Room-Work on Paper which is scheduled to be taken down at the end of the month.

This free exhibition was curated by local artist Julius van den Berg, and features the work of five prominent Murrurundi artists.

With several items already sold, the showing is contained in the renovated Presbyterian Church Hall alongside the Museum in Mayne Street, Murrurundi.

The word has also gone out for artists interested in participating in the Landscapes in Memory to be curated by Hanna Kay in July.

Application have already been received (email: secretary@murrurundihistoricalsociety.com) from several local artists wishing to participate.

At the end of the year the society is mounting a memorial exhibition to honour the memory of Australia’s Light Horse Brigade charge at Beersheba 100 years ago with previously unseen photographs and letters.


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