Borderline Regional Arts & Fibre Arts Group
Individual artistic development and skill-building with a culture of connection and collaboration
Borderline Regional Arts Association Inc (Borderline) had its beginning in 1994 as a cooperative with about twenty members from both sides of the Queensland—New South Wales border.
Incorporated four years later, Borderline now boasts close to 50 members and is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation, Borderline encourages its members’ individual artistic development and skill-building with a culture of connection and collaboration through exhibitions, workshops, information and idea exchange, painting and drawing expeditions and social gatherings.
Mostly from Stanthorpe and Tenterfield (and further afield of both sides of the border), Borderline members’ skills span all levels of expertise — from novices to intermediate to experienced and professional artists.
Three to nine artists will be available at all times during the Granite Bert Art & Craft Trail event to talk to viewers about their work. There will be ongoing demonstrations and interactive events for participants. These will all be free of charge. Works will be on display both for viewing and for sale.
9-15 Mayfair Lane, behind McDonalds