Group exhibition | Light Years
A photography exhibition by 12 of Australia's leading contemporary photographers. Presented by the Bas and Michael Reid Sydney + Berlin.
Basil Sellers Art Prize Retrospective
This exhibition showcases the art prize's history, looking back to honour the many artists who have vied for this illustrious prize.
Yvonne Boag | Travelling / Leaving / Settling; Scotland, Korea, Australia
Yvonne deals with themes of displacement and alienation and her own personal experiences with migration, an epic journey expressed through visual images.
Networks Australia | Tree Conversations
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.
Ngaranggal Muruda | Group exhibition
Ngaranggal Muruda (Women’s Footprints) features 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.
Lee Grant and Amadis Lacheta | Untold Eurobodalla
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?
Same same, but different | Terry Fuller and Amanda Fuller
A generational exploration of the connection between father and daughter and their individual perception of art as expressed in both sculpture and painting.
Basil Sellers Art Prize 2020
The Basil Sellers Art Prize cements Eurobodalla's support of the arts in the NSW south-east, throughout the state and beyond.
Stephanie McClory | Hidden
Stephanie celebrates her first solo exhibition, which is an extension of her award winning work, Some days are rough.
Lola Cullen - My Journey
The retrospective, My Journey, Lola Cullen looks at the artist’s extensive body of work from over the past fifty years.
Shimmering - The Mona Hessing tribute project
Artists from the Eurobodalla Fibre and Textile Artist Group (EFTAG) pay testimony to Mona Hessing, one of Australia’s leading contributors to textile art from the 1960s to the 1980s.