Welcome to the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre
Elisabeth Cummings Journey Through Studio  2004 Oil on Canvas 175 x 300 cm The Arthur Roe Collection, Melbourne

Elisabeth Cummings Journey Through Studio 2004 Oil on Canvas 175 x 300 cm The Arthur Roe Collection, Melbourne

Shoalhaven City Arts Centre

The Shoalhaven City Arts Centre is a vibrant and creative arts centre located in Nowra NSW. Its facilities include four exhibition galleries, a gallery shop, conference and workshop rooms.

The Shoalhaven Arts Centre is launching new exhibitions from Saturday 13th Dec 2014 and continue the exhibition of works from the Shoalhaven Correctional Centre which are on display in our Courtyard.

The new exhibitions include works by Elisabeth Cummings and a collaborative project by Maryanne Wick and Szilvia Gyorgy together with Art @ the Annex , student work from Linda Dening's art classes.

Landscapes and Interiors is a rare opportunity to see works by one of Australia's foremost artists drawn from private collection and kindly on loan for this exhibition. Our Curator, Max Dingle has worked closely with Randi Linnegar, Director at Kings Street Gallery on William to produce this exhibition. A catalogue ($9.95 ) has been published to accompany the show which continues until 21 Feb 2015.

Maryanne Wick and Szilvia Gyorgy have been working collaboratively at the Newington Armoury Studios , Sydney Olympic Park. Here a painter and a potter drew on each other's work and aesthetics to produce a collaboration titled Shifting Shadows, Shifting Sands which combines painting, ceramics, drawing and collage.

Linda Denning is a well recognised local artist who runs popular drawing classes supported by the Shoalhaven Arts Centre with an exhibition on the Side Gallery. This exhibition runs through until 21 Jan next year and a great opportunity to see some of our local talent. In keeping with our support for local artists in the community a new project between the Shoalhaven Correctional Facility featuring ten work created by inmates continues. A series of large panels were each worked on in the Correctional Facility before being transferred to the Arts Centre where they are on display as the first of our new Courtyard Panel Project which was officially launched by Tanya Bennett (Senior Correctional Educational Officer, South Coast Correctional Centre) and continues until March next year.

Shoalhaven City Council