Last Days!!

Last days are now upon us to book into the Art Biz Conference.

Booking takes just a few minutes you can do it here now.

The program for the day can be found here –  Arts Biz Conference

When:  This Friday, 19 October 2012

Time:    9.00am to 3.00pm

Where:  Kiama Leagues Club Conference Room

Cost: Just $33 includes morning and afternoon tea and lunch, payment can be made through Councils Customer Service, by invoice or on the day.

Register Today!

Kiama’s own Arts Biz Conference will be held on Friday 19 October, at the Kiama Leagues Club from 9am to 3pm

Book here today.

Speakers include representatives from:

  • Australia Business Arts Foundation
  • Kiama Community College
  • Kiama Art Gallery
  • Kiama Council
  • Kiama Jazz & Blues Festival
  • Boolarng Nangamai Aboriginal Arts and Culture Studio


Who will benefit from attending this conference?

  • Local artists
  • Local businesses wanting to be involved with the arts
  • Anyone interested in seeing the Cultural Arts grow in Kiama
  • Local community representatives


Drum Clinic By Haworths Drum Room

OK dudes we are getting some sick drum clinics going over the next few weeks. They will be focused on a range of aspects that we believe will help you guys improve your drumming.

This first one will be by RED from wollongong based metal band SEGRESSIION. Red has done heaps in his time playing the drums and will blow your mind holes with his crazy skill. People have literally had thier faces melted off by watching this dude go at it!

so please join us…… OH AND ITS FREE!!!!!!!!
When: Thurs 11 October

Time: 6:30 until 9:30

Where: Haworths Drum Room, Unit 4 33-37 Durgadin Dr, Albion Park

Becky Guggisberg Cricket Prize Finalist

Out of 200 entries to the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust, Cricket Art Prize local artist Becky Guggisberg was among this years 40 finalists. Unfortunately Becky did not win the $20 000 winners cheque this year, announced last night at a cocktail evening at the SCG Members Pavilion, but we are proud of her achievement nonetheless.


Welcome to the new Kiama Cultural Network Blog!

Here you will find information about events and projects, news and views, funding and fun.

I look forward to sharing with you and hearing from you. At the bottom of each page of this site you with see a ‘leave a reply’ box; feel free to use this box to share, make comment, advise, criticise and elucidate on whatever arts based topic you care to comment on.

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