SENTRAL Fest is a fun Youth Week celebration aimed at 12-24 year olds at SENTRAL Youth Cottages in Hindmarsh Park. There will be open mic where we provide the stage, PA equipment and funky crowd for your act. Friday, 12 April 2019 from 4.00pm to 7.00pm So if you want to perform use the GET... Continue Reading →

Increase the Regional Arts Fund

We believe that 25 million Australians are better off when the 8.8 million Australians who live outside of the metropolitan cities are creative, productive and thriving individuals, contributing their unique perspectives to the national identity and making Australia a more culturally diverse nation. To better support the 8.8 million Australians in regional, remote and rural... Continue Reading →

Exhibition | Afternoon Delight

Fern Street Gallery would like to invite you to their new exhibition "Afternoon Light" by Resident Artist Kristal del Villar Explore Kristal's beautiful paintings now and until 31st March 2019, open from 10am daily. Kristal will be at the gallery to greet you and happy to have a chat about her work Opening hours 18th-31st March 2019:... Continue Reading →

Abstraction and Deconstruction

with Megan Seres Kiama Art Workshops This class takes a deliberate departure from realism.  We will start with familiar imagery, then break it down into its essential parts, working towards partial or complete abstraction. Techniques for deconstructing imagery and perspective will be covered as well as the formal aspects of art such as line, color, and form.... Continue Reading →

Off the wall two dimensional weaving

with Lissa-Jane De Sailles Kiama Art Workshops In this one day workshop you will learn how to twine a beautiful sculptural wall piece or mat using materials of your choice such as paper cord, wire or rope. We begin by learning how to make a traditional circular wheel and how to add in extra spokes... Continue Reading →

Kiama Conversation Hour

Kiama Library is launching Kiama Conversation Hour – short talks by authors and other topical speakers at various venues around town. Our first talk is by Jessica Dettman - who, incidentally, wrote her book while living in Kiama.

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