Raewyn Lawrence, River, 2018 (detail)

Exhibitions

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ReVive Art Prize 2019
ReVive Art Prize 2019
Sat 2 November - Sun 24 November 2019

The ever popular biennial ReVive Art Prize returns to Eurobodalla in 2019 at the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre. Open to all artists, crafts people and creative makers who reside in Eurobodalla, the Bega Valley or the Snowy Monaro Shires this exhibition showcases artworks made primarily from materials sourced from the waste stream. Combining innovation with education, finalist artists are eligible for a share of a $4000 prize pool.

Public Programs

Panel discussion - Sat 2 November, 11:00am
Vida Sobottka
Vida Sobottka
Remains to be seen
Sat 30 November 2019 - Sun 5 January 2020

Artist Vida Sobottka explores the idea of reliquaries in this exhibition. Traditionally about holy nuance and the use of relics in devotional practice, sainted body parts, objects and possessions were elevated beyond the mundane through the ornate containers created by the finest craftsmen of the age. These precious, lavishly decorated containers had a spiritual and symbolic value that legitimised and sanctified their contents to inspire personal and communal devotion.

Public Programs

Artist talk - Sat 30 November, 11:00am
Ngaranggal Muruda (Women\'s Footprints)
Ngaranggal Muruda (Women's Footprints)
Sat 11 January - Sun 9 February 2020

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.

Public Programs

Panel discussion - Sat 11 January, 11:00am
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.