For June, the two QLD Winter Festival exhibitions are: Farm to Fashion by Alpaca Collective in the main gallery, and Not Your Granny's Mats by Judi Tompkins in galleries two and three.
For June, the two QLD Winter Festival exhibitions are: Farm to Fashion by Alpaca Collective in the main gallery, and Not Your Granny's Mats by Judi Tompkins in galleries two and three. Jessica McGrath

UPDATED: Guide to the Kingaroy Winter Craft Festival

THE Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery is hosting its annual Queensland Winter Craft Festival, and this week one of the exhibiting artists will be leading a workshop.

For June, the two exhibitions are: Farm to Fashion by Alpaca Collective in the main gallery and Not Your Granny's Mats by Judi Tompkins in galleries two and three.

In the art gallery corridor you will find Textile Art Wall-Hangings by Bec Andersen.

Here is a breakdown of what is on this week:

Tuesday, June 18:

The gallery will be running an Art of Rug Making Not Your Granny's Mats demonstration. This will be led by artist Judi Tompkins. This is a free demonstration and will begin at 1.30pm in the Kingaroy Library and Town Hall forecourt.

Wednesday, June 19:

There will be a make and take workshop on. This is a free printing techniques workshop. The gallery will be running it from 9am to 2pm in the 1913 Council Chambers.

Thursday, June 20:

Pom pom making and community weaving will be in the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery. Both are free workshops and bookings are not necessary.

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