Welcome to the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre
Arthur Boyd. The Bird Smuggler 1988, oil on canvas, On loan from a private collection

Arthur Boyd. The Bird Smuggler 1988, oil on canvas, On loan from a private collection

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 City Arts Centre launched three new exhibition on Saturday 18 October. Local curator, Max Dingle officially opened the exhibition Samuel Elyard: Of Place and Time, which features 30 paintings, drawings and photographs. Included among the works on display is Mr Gray's Point from Nowra Cliffs, Oil on canvas, 56.5 x 80cm donated in 2013 by Mr Warren Halloran. Mr Halloran has been a benefactor to the Shoalhaven City since 1965.

Councilor Allan Baptist OAM and Assistant Deputy Mayor opened the Lost in Waste: A Landfill Odyssey exhibition (a collaboration between Shoalhaven City Council's Waste Services). Lost in Waste examines need for awareness of the mounting issue of waste management facing the Shoalhaven. Special guests at the opening were the The King & Queen of Green who gave an excellent performance for the guests in the Arts Centre Courtyard.

Also on is a new show by local artist Julie Love. This exhibition records how the motion of the sea has a metamorphic effect on objects, shells, rocks etc., creating a look of movement within the form.

Julie Love Untitled 2014 Acrylic on Canvas 20 x 20 cm
Julie Love Untitled 2014 Acrylic on Canvas 20 x 20 cm
Lost in Waste
Samuel Elyard (1817-1910) Tree and Church Scene  1870 Watercolour on paper 36 x 30cm Gift of Mr Warren Halloran in 1967 Shoalhaven City Art Collection
Samuel Elyard (1817-1910) Tree and Church Scene 1870 Watercolour on paper 36 x 30cm Gift of Mr Warren Halloran in 1967 Shoalhaven City Art Collection
Shoalhaven City Council