Here's a snippet of upcoming events and exhibitions in the south-west

FILM: F Project Cinema are screening 'Wake in Fright' on February 14. The terrifying 1971 thriller traces the descent of a school teacher into violence, drunkenness and crime.

FILM: F Project Cinema are screening 'Wake in Fright' on February 14. The terrifying 1971 thriller traces the descent of a school teacher into violence, drunkenness and crime.

EVENTS

WAKE IN FRIGHT: Mozart Hall, February 14, 7.30pm. F Project Cinema screens the terrifying Aussie classic about a schoolteacher marooned in an outback town full of crazy, drunk, violent men who threaten to make him just as crazy.

FILM – BLUE: Capital Cinema, February 21, 6.30pm. Local environment groups are presenting this documentary about the ocean.

MELBOURNE GUITAR QUARTET: Lighthouse Studio, February 24, 8pm. An ensemble of bass, baritone, standard, treble and octave will fill the Lighthouse Studio with these award-winning sounds.

INSIDE OUT - THE PEOPLE’S ART PROJECT: Mozart Hall, February 28, 7.30pm. F Project Cinema screens this documentary that follows the evolution of the biggest participatory art project in the world.

BOOK LAUNCH, History Centre, Port Fairy: February 15, 5.30pm. Written by Richard Patterson, the book is based on the diary of Thomas Pearson, the first assistant lighthouse keeper in 1859. 

EXHIBITIONS

TRASH & TREASURE – THE THINGS WE LEAVE BEHIND, Kim Sargent-Wishart: F Project Gallery, February 14 – March 11. A photographic exhibition taking a unique look at rubbish.

SAM LEACH 6600+: Warrnambool Art Gallery, February 23 to June 11. An exhibition exploring the ancient Budj Bim landscape, sacred to the Indigenous people of south-west Victoria.

MENAGERIE: Warrnambool Art Gallery, February 17 – April 16. South-west artists take a look at the majesty of local fauna.

 FROM LITTLE THINGS BIG THINGS GROW – CARLY FISCHER: Warrnambool Art Gallery, February 17 – April 16. An exhibition exploring the relationship between culture and environment.

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