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.
Jo White | Are we there yet?
A wistful journey from bush to beach that all at once captures the fundamentals of holiday exploration and how these experiences bond us.
Carmel Cox and Paul Dimmer | The Collector and the Alchemist
In a quest to create a distinct experience, the artists have become both collector and alchemist, exploring and experimenting with both 2D and 3D forms.
Vida Sobottka | Remains to be seen
Explore the idea of reliquaries These precious, lavishly decorated containers had a spiritual and symbolic value that legitimised and sanctified their contents to inspire personal and communal devotion.
ReVive Art Prize 2019
The ever popular ReVive Art Prize 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.
The Literary Salon
Writers will birth a creative text to be passed to either a visual artist or a musician for reinterpretation. The result? A mixed media extravaganza of visual and sound pieces.
Mark Ward + Mirabel FitzGerald | Back to where we started
A collaboration between work and life partners, Back to where we started reflects five decades of work inspired by the south coast of NSW.
Anna Glynn | Promiscuous Provenance
A travelling exhibition from Shoalhaven Regional Gallery Nowra, assisted by the Australian Government’s Visions of Australia program.
Keedah Throssell and Lesley Whale | Like Chalk and Cheese
A celebration of difference. Two dissimilar artists have collaborated to produce this cage-rattling and quirky representation of the world. Labels do not apply here. The show is unique in its unpredictability – the works are as different as chalk and cheese.