The creative art of photography will be on display with beautiful images captured by members of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club showcasing their skills in images which provide a window into many of the diverse aspects of our world.
Club Malua Function Room, Sylvan Street, Malua Bay
Two artists combine their work in an open studio:
Margaret Ainscow – Textile artist and sculptor
David Walker – Contemporary jeweller, object maker and sculptor
Visit this newly built studio, sited on cliff tops with sweeping vistas to the south along the Eurobodalla coastline from Broulee Island all the way to Mt Gulaga. You will find mixed media, 3D pieces and works in progress.
Margaret Ainscow (m 0448 798 363)
David Walker (m 0466 967 960)
3 Burri Point Road, Guerilla Bay, 2536
Deborah’s studio usually has several works in progress. Visitors might see fabric printing, plant dying, up-cycling and other artworks on display.
6 Negus Drive, Mystery Bay, (up Dromaderry drive to the end)
Salon de Refusés Exhibition
Exhibition of additional artworks submitted for the River of Art 2018 Art Prize with many works for sale.
Narooma School of Arts’ Studios, Princess Highway, Narooma, NSW 2546
Art Central Moruya: Disability Trust Art Group
Art Central and the Disability Trust run a weekly art group with people in the local area who are living with a disability. This group exhibition has painting, drawing and photography that represent our local community and reflect favourite people and places. It culminates a process to show the collective identity within the local area. Post festival it will be permanently displayed at the local library.
Art Central, 24 Church Street, Moruya, 2537
The Eurobodalla libraries are displaying a collage collection of images depicting youth issues. These images are made by local young people between 12 and 17 years old who attend Eurobodalla Shire Council’s youth cafes.
Vulcan St, Moruya, 2537
Beat Garden music project – A wild and sometimes beautiful percussion-based rhythmic improvised performance at the Botanic Garden.
Beat Garden is the local CASP (Country Arts Support Program) funded music project for people with physical and learning disabilities, in partnership with disabilities led, Sydney-based ‘Outlandish Arts’. A workshop and performance will involve new coding technologies and electronic music, exploring innovative options to traditional music expectations.
Eurobodalla Botanic Garden, Deep Creek Dam Road (off the princes highway Batemans Bay)
Into the Forest is a print and drawing installation exploring the local forest environment.
Red Boat Studio, 88 Heath St, Broulee
Display of fine woodwork and artists at work. Items for sale.
Original Gold Rush Colony, 26 James St, Mogo
Collaboraton of work by 3 Long Beach artists, Carmel Cox, Paul Dimmer & Adrienne Conway. Work will include large sculptures in the gardens, upcycled books and altered bottles with a steampunk twist, wood turning and large body of paintings.
75 Blairs Road, Long Beach, 2536
Creative Voice Workshop
An exciting workshop where participants have the opportunity to explore connections between voice, body, breath and the imagination.
Through a playful, multi-layered approach to improvised singing, you develop the courage to experiment with others and extend the expressive possibilities of the human voice. Participants in this workshop have the opportunity to explore connections between voice, body, breath, and the imagination.
Over the two days, participants are introduced to the basic elements of improvised singing including melody, harmony, text, pulse and vocal percussion. The ‘songs of the moment’ that evolve out of this process are a distinctive living expression of the life of the group and the individuals within it. This workshop is normally only available in the capital cities at three times the cost. It is a very special experience and lots of fun.
T: 0447 028 340
Cost:$90 Bookings: https://eurobodallariverofart.iwannaticket.com.au/
Bodalla Community Hall, Bodalla
The Australian National Busking Championships offers musicians and performing artists a different type of event to promote their talents and demonstrate the cultural diversity of this beautiful region.
All through Narooma
“Flow in Nature” outdoor performance
Youth of Theatrics present an outdoor work capturing the nature of flow. Flow denotes the holistic sensation present when we act with total involvement; when we experience a unified flowing from one moment to the next and where there is little distinction between self and the environment.
Main Beach Surf Club, Willcocks Avenue, Narooma
6 Negus Drive, Mystery Bay
Photographic works on show
Lachlan will be exhibiting a selection of intriguing photographs. With his intricate eye for capturing our Eurobodalla coastline and his quirky approach, he produces beautiful and captivating images.
Bodalla Bakery, 66 Princes Highway, Bodalla
Exhibition showcasing the artworks of selected finalists for this prestigious art prize with many works for sale.
SoArt Gallery, Princes Highway, Narooma
“Making Waves” works on show
Maz Raynsford uses acrylic high flow paints sealed in resin to give a fluid effect to her works. The resin seals the piece on canvas, timber coat hook, timber bowl or placemats, enhancing the pigments in the paint and giving an everlasting low effect.
Markets on Lamont, Lamont Street, Bermagui
Celebrate the River of Art at The Downward Dog Co Cafe in Bodalla with traditional Indigenous artworks by Shanna Provost and Jordan Roberts and live music with Ronald ‘Callo’ Callaghan andJohnny Huckle in the Courtyard!
Call the cafe for bookings & queries 02 44 7355 83
Friday 18th May:
Traditional Indigenous Artworks By Shanna Provost & Jordan Roberts
Exhibition Opening From 6pm
Courtyard Session: Live Music in the cafe courtyard.
Featuring Ronald ‘Callo’ Callaghan. From 7pm
Saturday 19th May
Courtyard Session: Live Music in the cafe courtyard.
Featuring Johnny Huckle. From 6pm
Call the cafe for bookings & queries.
(02) 44 7355 83
The Downward Dog Co Cafe and Restaurant, 81 Princes Highway, Bodalla
Visitors will be able to see well known Eurobodalla textile artists Marian Webb, Jane Frost and Sue Barford at work as they collaborate to present beautifully handcrafted, original pieces of wearable art, homewares, and sophisticated designer garments.
126 Princes Highway, Bodalla
“©” beanie workshops and exhibition
A wacky exhibition of unique handmade beanies created by textiles artists from up and down the South Coast. All beanies you see here will be off on their journey to the Alice Spring Beanie Festival exhibition in June 2018. South Coast Beanies Represented!
Take part in a zany beanie workshop with Marg Hansen. Create your very own unique beanie to keep your head warm this winter. All skill levels/ages welcome.
Hand-woven beanie workshops: 18 May, 10am-1pm and 19 May, 10am-1pm
Crochet beanie workshops: 18 May, 12pm-3pm and 19 May, 12pm-3pm
$30 per workshop, all materials provided.
School of Arts’ Studios, 92 Campbell Street, Narooma