Eurobodalla Photographic Club

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.

Busker by David A. Kemp
Heritage rail bridge Strahan by Ken Foster
Team Roping by Beth Westra
Tough Life by David A. Kemp
Silvereyes by Merrick Bailey
Evening Surprise by Dianne Gee

Club Malua Function Room, Sylvan Street, Malua Bay

Margaret Ainscow & David Walker

Open Studio

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

River of Art 2018 Art Prize Salon de Refusés Exhibition

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

Eurobodalla Youth Café

Collage Project

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

River of Art 2018 Art Prize Finalists’ Exhibition

Finalists’ Exhibition

Exhibition showcasing the artworks of selected finalists for this prestigious art prize with many works for sale.

SoArt Gallery, Princes Highway, Narooma

Marilyn Raynsford, mixed media artist

“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

Shanna Provost & Jordan Roberts exhibition & live music @ Downward Dog Co Cafe

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:
SplitMinds Presents
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

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Saturday 19th May
Courtyard Session: Live Music in the cafe courtyard.

Featuring Johnny Huckle. From 6pm

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Call the cafe for bookings & queries.
(02) 44 7355 83

The Downward Dog Co Cafe and Restaurant, 81 Princes Highway, Bodalla

Textile artists Sue Barford, Marian Webb & Jane Frost

Open Studio

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

South Coast Beanies Represented

“©” 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.

Bookings: https://eurobodallariverofart.iwannaticket.com.au/

School of Arts’ Studios, 92 Campbell Street, Narooma

Disability Trust Art Group

Club Trust Narooma group exhibition

Showcasing recent artworks by participants in the Disability Trusts art group at Club Trust Narooma.

Michael Anson
Simone Harland
Miranda Bate

Silly Willy’s Art and Craft Supplies, Shop P3, Southfield Plaza, Princes Highway, Narooma

Jenny Blessington, mixed media artist

Works on show

Jenny is showing a selection of acrylic, oil and pastel paintings inspired by the unique colours, mood and scenery of the area surrounding Gulaga Mountain and Tilba.

ABC Cheese Factory, Tilba Real Dairy, 37 Bate Street, Central Tilba

Gary Caldow, mixed media artist

Open Studio

Vist “WOKOLENA” in North Narooma to see artwork by award winning local artist Gary Caldow. Gary won the Narooma Heritage Award in 2015 for his depiction of the Gallipoli landing and was further inspired after visiting Monet’s garden at Giverny.

Also by appointment on 0409 913 088

“Wokolena” 27 Eastaway Avenue, North Narooma

Narooma Kinema presents “The Art of Film”

THE ART OF FILM:

NAROOMA KINEMA FILM FESTIVAL
in conjunction with The River Of Art Festival

Take a step back in time and experience the 1920’s charm of Narooma Kinema.

Bookings: 02 4476 2352

Thursday 17 May: 4pm

Whitley: A visual journey into the life and legacy of one of Australia’s most celebrated artists, Brett Whiteley.

ROTTEN TOMATO SCORE: 100%

Friday 18 May: 4pm

Maudie: An arthritic Nova Scotia woman works as a housekeeper while she hones her skills as an artist and eventually becomes a beloved figure in the community.

ROTTEN TOMATO SCORE: 89%

Saturday 19 May

Loving Vincent. In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist’s final letter and ends up investigating his final days there.

ROTTEN TOMATO SCORE: 84%

Sunday 20 May

A documentary which traces the life of the magnetic, world-conquering, Jamaican musician, model and party queen Grace Jones.

ROTTEN TOMATO SCORE: 89%

TICKET PRICES

ONE FILM:$15
TWO FILMS:$25
THREE FILMS:$30
FOUR FILMS:$40

*MUST BE PURCHASED IN ONE TRANSACTION IN ORDER TO RECEIVE DISCOUNTED TICKETS

PHONE: 4476 2352
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Narooma Kinema, 94 Campbell Street, Narooma

APMA Creations group exhibition

Open Studio

17 Corkhill Drive, Central Tilba

Umbarra Cultural Centre

Umbarra Indigenous Art Show

A display of local Aboriginal artwork showcasing artworks from artists with works available for viewing and purchase. Many artworks illustrate local Aboriginal stories and history.

Umbarra Cultural Centre, Bermagui Road, Akolele

The Artful 9, mosaic artists

“​Mosaicosphere” exhibition

A collaborative exhibition of work by mosaic artists from across the Eurobodalla responding to the River of Art festival theme of Land of Many Waters.

Club Narooma, Princes Highway, Narooma

Robyn Woodward, romantic realist art

Open Studio

Romantic Realistic Art.

44 Montague Avenue, Kianga

Eurobodalla Youth Café

Collage Project Exhibition

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.

Narooma Library, Field Street, Narooma

Artisans Nest Inc, textile artist group

“Revamping the Blues” exhibition

An exhibition of unique garments and other wares created by members of Artisans Nest using vintage textiles, recycled denim, and fabrics dyed with all manner of blue plants including indigo. All items are for sale.

Artisans Nest is an artist run gallery housed in the 1870’s Groom’s Cottage Bodalla. This not to be missed gallery showcases work from regional textile artists, as well as jewellery, homewares and more.

Artisans Nest Gallery, 56 Princes Highway, Bodalla

Peter Vassallo, photographer

Photographic portrait exhibition

Peter presents a solo photographic portrait exhibition with subjects from Moruya and the surrounding region.

The School of Possibilities at Dr Mackay Community Centre, 9 Page Street, Moruya

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