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June 2016 exhibitions

ACO Virtual
Photography: Jill Colvin
ACO VIRTUAL
ACO Virtual

28th May > 16th Jul
Main Gallery

ACO Virtual is an immersive virtual orchestra experience, combining award-winning digital platforms and state-of-the-art technology.  The exhibition gives you an interactive chamber orchestra expereince, where you can see how the musicians work together and individually to create the music. 

Use the digital platform to conduct and manipulate the orchestra, play along with them or just surround yourself with the exquisite music.  This is your chance to get up close and personal with 'the finest string ensemble on the planet' The Daily Telegraph (UK).

 
Sue Westaway
Artist: Sue Westaway
WHEN THE MUSIC HITS YOU
Sue Westaway

28th May > 16th Jul
Foyer Gallery

An exhibition depicting iconic songs from the 1960s and onwards.

 
Shoalhaven Correctional Centre
Corrections
CORRECTIONS: ARTWORKS FROM INMATES
Shoalhaven Correctional Centre

28th May > 16th Jul
Access Gallery

Corrections showcases artworks from inmates at the South Coast Correctional Centre in South Nowra.  It is part of an ongoing series of collaborations between Shoalhaven City Arts Centre and South Coast Correctional Centre.

 
Annual Art Prize
Randall Sinnamon, 2015, 'Samuel Elyard'
SHOALHAVEN MENTAL HEALTH FELLOWSHIP
Annual Art Prize

28th May > 16th Jul
East Gallery

An open annual art competition that helps to raise awareness of mental health and illness in the Shoalhaven region.  This year's theme is 'The Adventure of Life'.  Artists do not need to have a mental illness to enter, and preferably be residing in the Shoalhaven and surrounding regions.

Click here to download the entry form.

 
Max Dingle
Dingel, M. 2016, 'Balls Royale', Ceramic & Feathers
FETISH
Max Dingle

4th Jun > 25th Jun
Grey Gallery

Fetish / n. Commonly an inanimate object regarded with awe, being the embodiment of a potent spirit or having magical potency.

Fetish celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Dada art movement and is a fun, let your hair down and maybe be a little bit rude, foray into exploring what makes life interesting. Artist Max Dingle has decided that the artistic life should not always be serious and has put on a “shaman” mask and created this exhibition of ceramic, collage, appropriation and mixed media art works to celebrate the start of winter and provide our citizens with the opportunity to acquire some assistance for the coming season of indoor activities via these awe inspiring inanimate objects.