South Coast Music Society Presents: Celeste Haworth

Prize-winning mezzo soprano Celeste Haworth is visiting the South Coast to treat opera lovers to a selection of arias from beloved operas and musical theatre classics.

St Bernard's Catholic Church, 2 David Avenue, Batehaven

A Capella: Montague Choristers

The Montague Choristers present a selection of their favourite a cappella madrigals, motets and folk-song arrangements.

Join the Monties and conductor Philip Hartstein at the beautiful historic All Saints’ Anglican Church at Bodalla for an hour of heavenly harmony exploring the greats of the last 500 years – including Tallis, Byrd, Morley, Lassus, Purcell, Brahms, Bruckner, Grieg, Elgar, Bartok and Kodaly.

All Saints' Anglican Church, 42 Princes Hwy, Bodalla

Deep River Choir and Friends: Sing for Timor Leste

The Deep River Choir, Belunmalu and the Slightly Bent Choir are joining forces for this special concert, with all proceeds to help bring the East Timorese Children’s Choir to Australia in 2020.

Moruya Public School, Evans Street, Moruya

Art on the Path Makers’ Markets

Browse an eclectic collection of hand-crafted and up-cycled treasures at these markets showcasing makers who use sustainable or repurposed materials for their creations.

You’ll find locally made art, clothing, textiles, jewellery, candles, good coffee and more.

Bike path along Coronation Drive, Broulee

Narooma Rotary Market

Browse food, clothing, arts and crafts, local produce and handmade goods.

NATA Oval, Bluewater Drive, Narooma

Art on Parade: Purusha and Lee Honey at Sydney St Gallery

Come and view works exploring the theme of “play” – be it through play in the titles, play in the content, or works that were just fun to create.

Purusha will be drawing from his existing work to feature pieces that represent the theme, while Lee Honey’s ‘Play’ is an installation of small watercolour paintings of birds, plants, minerals and sea corals together with cultural objects such as suitcases and tea cups that form a kind of whimsical wallpaper.

  • Art on Parade: Sat 18, Sun 19, Sat 24 & Sun 25 May
    • weekends: 11am-4pm
    • weekdays: closed

Sydney St Gallery, 28 Sydney Street, Mogo

Art on Parade: Whackers photography at Moruya Quality Woodheating

Aerial shots, landscapes and seascapes.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Moruya Quality Woodheating and Cooling, 6/65 Queen St, Moruya

Art on Parade: Raw Kreations at The Hair Room

Raw Kreations’ artwork includes a fusion of traditional and contemporary weaving styles used to create natural fibre baskets, jewellery and hanging art, on show at The Hair Room.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

The Hair Room, 2A Narooma Crescent, Narooma

Art on Parade: Dynamic Dyers at Downward Dog Café

Enjoy a vibrant exhibition of “Botanical Excursions” showcasing the talent of local artisans who use dying and eco-printing techniques – modern yet timeless – to create spectacular one-off pieces. Stay for coffee or enjoy a meal at the dog-friendly Downward Dog cafe.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Sun 26 May
    • Tuesday to Sunday: 9am-5pm
    • Mondays: closed

Downward Dog Café, 81 Princes Highway, Bodalla

Art on Parade: Jenni Bourke at Songbee

Come and see a showcase of ceramic wares, sculptures, and large scale work by Narooma artist Jenni Bourke.

Jenni’s work is colourful, playful, functional, decoarative – a representation of our beach environment and it’s inhabitants.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Songbee, Princes Highway, Narooma

Art on Parade: Bryn Waterman at Mannat Café & Indian Restaurant

Enjoy a selection of Bryn Waterman’s colorful psychedelic video clips while you enjoy your meal.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • Wednesday to Monday: 6.30pm-9.30pm
    • Tuesdays: closed

Mannat Café & Indian Restaurant, 153 Princes Highway, Narooma

Art on Parade: Amanda Williams at Amanda’s of Mogo

View recent works by Amanda Williams featuring mixed-media and pastel paintings.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 – Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Amanda's of Mogo, 41 Princes Highway, Mogo

Art on Parade: LittlForest & Dunkatron

Toshka and Duncan Irving create a bespoke artwork for the festival, glamming-up the glass shopfront with contemporary graffiti art and design for the duration of the festival.

A new, must-see, unique feature of this year’s Art on Parade.

Shopfront, 46 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Susie Vogel at Harris Scarfe

Drop by and see Susie Vogel’s works on show.

Often incorporating the female form in contemplation, Susie’s makes use of opulent gold highlights and intense colour and shapes for her Klimt and Baskt inspired pieces, with hints of Asian influence.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • Monday to Saturday: 9am-5pm
    • Sundays: 10am-4pm

Harris Scarfe, Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: School of Possibilities Walking Trail

Keep an eye out for guerrilla-style art in the business precinct of Moruya.

Artists and designers from the Eurobodalla School of Possibilities are sharing their stick-ups in unexpected places around town. Keep your eyes peeled and your senses keen, there may be a stick up just around the next corner…

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, all hours

 

Moruya, NSW

Art on Parade: Stephanie Simko at Horizon Credit Union

View a selection of costumes by Stephanie Simko from the EFTAG 2018 Wearable Art parade.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, during business hours

 

Horizon Credit Union, 68 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: The Disability Trust at Platinum Blinds & Awnings

View a selection of recent artworks by participants of the Disability Trust Eurobodalla Art Groups.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Platinum Blinds & Awnings, 11 Church Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: John Falcon at the Red Rose Café

See John’s painting “Barge on the Moruya” hung in the window of the café.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

 

Red Rose Café, 52 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: EFTAG at Ballards Pharmacy

This display showcases the work of members of EFTAG (Eurobodalla Fibre & Textile Artists Group), more of which can be seen at their annual exhibition in June, and wearable art event in October.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm
  • More: eftag.com.au

Ballards Pharmacy, Shop 4/4 Ford Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Catherine Speed at Salty Earth Café

View Catherine Speed’s framed paintings of Moruya local street scenes and iconic architecture.

  • Art on Parade:
    • Fri 17 to Sun 19 May, 8am-2.30pm
    • Thu 23 to Sun 26 May, 8am-2.30pm
    • Monday to Wednesday: closed

Salty Earth Café, 1 Charles Moffit Drive, Moruya Heads