Tweed Regional Museum has an exciting range of events to accompany our exhibitions.
Whether it’s a school holiday activity, cocktail night, or a hands-on workshop you’re after, you’re sure to find something interesting going on at the Museum.
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Each school holiday, the Museum offers programs and activities that complement our exhibitions.
The Live & Local free music micro-festival kicks off on Saturday 7 May with Phil & Tilley playing at the Museum from 11:30am. Pull up a beanbag and enjoy the free gig (plus you’ll be supporting our unbeatable local talent!)
We’ll be hosting another great band on Saturday 14 May - details of who’s playing will be revealed soon!
Live & Local is a collaboration between Tweed Shire Council and 4 local businesses in Murwillumbah to provide free local music. On Saturday 7 May, the music kicks off at 10:30 am with Jade Stoddart Music playing at Sunnyside Mall. Wollumbin Dreaming hosts Blakboi at 11:00 am, Phil & Tilley are playing at the Tweed Regional Museum from 11:30 am, and Jamie Ashforth is on at Pulp Fiction Bookstore in South Murwillumbah from 12:00 pm. Each performance will be 1 hour and 45 minutes long.
This is the first of 3 weekends of free live music (May 7, 14 and 21). For more information, visit: https://www.yoursaytweed.com.au/live-and-local-tweed
The Live and Local Tweed program is presented by Tweed Shire Council in partnership with the Live Music Office and APRA AMCOS.
Cyanotype: The Forgotten Photography Printing Process is a four hour workshop (including lunch) with Raimond de Weerdt that will teach you the skills and techniques to create your very own cyanotype images using this historic and fascinating process. Each workshop participant will take home a collection of cyanotype prints created in the workshop.
Until 25 June 2022
As part of our Liked & Shared exhibition, we have a vintage photo booth for you to play in!
$7 will get you three strips of four poses, with digital download available too. Come on in and create some memories.
Our exhibition, Liked & Shared, was curated by our online followers, and includes a live link to our social media. Take a selfie or use your photo booth images to upload to our social media and become part of our exhibition. Just use #tweedregionalmuseum to become a part of history!