Laughter House Entertainment: Gigs

We know that the best way for us to create a relationship with you is for you to see us in action. Sooo.... Where can you find us this month: 6 and 7 DecemberThe Fairgrounds Festival, Berry Showgrounds Performance TimesFriday 6th DecemberKiki and Pascal - 4:15pm - 4:45pmMiss KiKi - 5:20pm - 5:40pmThe Great Dave - 6:30pm... Continue Reading →

Introducing the Fundamentals of Arts Fundraising Resources

Introducing Create Partnership Australia's Fundamentals of Arts Fundraising Resources. Together with fundraising experts from the Australian arts sector, CPA have developed six video resources to revitalise your fundraising skills. This digital suite draws from the popular Fundamentals of Arts Fundraising workshops and provides a comprehensive overview of the principles of arts fundraising to help you through your... Continue Reading →

The | Zeynep Ceramics

Zeynep’s work is inspired by the ocean and natural surrounds of her home in the seaside village of Gerroa. Zeynep has chosen ceramics as her ‘encore career’ after teaching English in secondary schools for almost 30 years. Zeynep’s home studio is becoming a thriving local hub for pottery enthusiasts. Have a listen here.

Meet the Locals – Dave and Tamara

“The secret to our joint success is really in our friendship and our joy in laughing and not taking things too seriously.” Dave and Tamara Have you met Dave & Tamara? Or Kikki & Pascal? Through Laughter House Entertainment these two locals have thrilled, spilled and giggled audiences all around the world, extensively throughout Australia... Continue Reading →

Artist Call: EOI Public Art

Image: Fluidity by Orlando Norrish Shellharbour City Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from artists to create public artwork for Reddall Reserve, a significant regional destination in the Illawarra. The artwork will extend the Lake Illawarra Art Trail, a public art project which responds to the lake, its history and its people.Expressions of interest are... Continue Reading →

Fern Street Gallery

Tricia Trinder is an encaustic artist creating horizon and porthole series expressing visually a feeling of calmness and release afforded to us by the ocean horizon. She is intrigued by how the colours and texture of the ocean are influenced by the colours and light in the sky. Her Horizons encourages the viewer to contemplate... Continue Reading →

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