MOTHER AND DAUGHTER: Portland Arts Centre, until September 15. Mother and daughter Joy Schultz and Maree Gabriel are exhibiting together for the first time.
BODIES OF CONFLICT: WAG, until September 17. South-west artist Kate Gane explores her cancer battle through this art installation.
RECENT PAINTINGS - SUSAN COOK: F Project, Warrnambool, until September 17. Warrnambool artist Susan Cook rediscovers her love of painting after 30 years.
DANGEROUS DEEDS: WAG, until September 24. An accessible arts installation presenting ‘snapshots’ from the Victorian disability movement.
TOPIAS 3 - GEORGIE MATTINGLEY: Warrnambool Base Hospital, until September 30. An exhibition by Georgie Mattingley capturing moments of beauty, sterility, labour and ritual that occur within the hospital environment.
CITY OF WARRNAMBOOL ART SHOW: Warrnambool Primary School, October 6-8. One of the region’s largest annual competitive art exhibitions.
COMMUNITY WORKSHOP: Lighthouse Theatre, W’bool, September 13, 5.30pm. Regional Arts Victoria hosts this workshop aimed at people who run events, festivals and community groups.
RASHOMON: Mozart Hall, W’bool, September 13, 7.30pm. F Project Cinema screens Akira Kurosawa’s 1950 classic.
OLIVER: Lighthouse Theatre, September 14-15, 12.30pm. Primary Performers stage this classic musical for two shows only.
FRANTZ: Reardon Theatre, September 15, 7.30pm. Port Fairy Film Society screens this award-winning drama about the personal aftermath of WWI.
AUTHOR TALK: Portland Library, September 16, 11am. Join south-west authors Jock Serong, Jono Pech and Matt Neal as they launch their new books.
WORKSHOP: F Project, September 16, 1pm. Join Koroit artist Ricky Schembri for these regular pastel art classes.
WORKSHOP: F Project, September 17, 2pm. Join Georgie Mattingley for this session on hand-tinting photographs.
BREAKER MORANT: Reardon Theatre, September 19, 1.30pm. This 1980 Australian historical drama is the Port Fairy Film Society’s classic screening for the month.
SONG CLUB: F Project, September 20, 7pm. Join writer Matt Neal and other musicians for this regular songwriting workshop.