Raewyn Lawrence, River, 2018 (detail)

Exhibitions

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Lee Grant and Amadis Lacheta
Lee Grant and Amadis Lacheta
Untold Eurobodalla
Sat 12 December 2020 - Sun 7 February 2021

What makes where we live special, and why have people chosen to settle here? What creates culture in a place and how does our community contribute to and celebrate that unique culture?

Ngaranggal Muruda
Ngaranggal Muruda
Group exhibition
Sat 20 February - Sun 28 March 2021

Ngaranggal Muruda (Women’s Footprints) is a Bas curated exhibition of artworks by female Aboriginal artists from across Australia. This mixed media exhibition celebrates the strength and diversity of Aboriginal expression and culture from a female perspective – at both a local and national level, and includes prominent Eurobodalla artist, Cheryl Davison. This exhibition was made possible by the generosity of Christina Kennedy of Eurobodalla’s Horse Island.

Networks Australia
Networks Australia
Tree Conversations
Sat 10 April - Sun 9 May 2021

Trees are our interdependants in global and local ecosystems. They take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen for us to breathe. They are our environmental partners. Conversations between trees and artists form the basis of this exhibition. Depicted in a variety of media, the exhibition speaks of our love and wonder for trees and forests.

Yvonne Boag
Yvonne Boag
Travelling / Leaving / Settling; Scotland, Korea, Australia
Sat 15 May - Sun 13 June 2021

Yvonne deals with themes of displacement and alienation and her own personal experiences with migration. This moving from cities and between countries became the central focus of her work as a consequence of migration or displacement, the issue of leaving and settling, an epic journey expressed through her visual images.

The Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre recognises Aboriginal people as the original inhabitants and custodians of all land and water in the Eurobodalla and respects their enduring cultural and spiritual connection to it. The Bas acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land in which we live and pays respect to Elders past, present and future.