Saltwater Freshwater Arts 2021 is a touring exhibition with public art program showcasing Aboriginal artists and cultural practitioners from the Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti, Biripi and Worimi nations.
Gallery entry free
National Art (part one) presents a dynamic selection of artworks by 50 of Australia’s most significant artists who studied at Australia’s leading art school – Sydney’s National Art School.
Port Macquarie 200 profiles the contributions of seven artists who chose Port Macquarie as their subject during the course of two centuries.
Creating a visual response to the varied natural, cultural, historic and popular elements that make positive contributions to our local community.
Fun art making sessions for the school holidays. Children will have fun in the creative art making, assemblage and construction using materials found in the kitchen such as spoons, cups and lids.
David will not only explain the exhibition’s central theme and purpose, but also describe how it began, and the highs and lows of the project’s development.
Inspired by the water and the natural environment: Water and the natural landscape are close to our heart in the Port Macquarie-Hastings region
Learn about a variety of approaches, techniques, media & subject matter.
Join Artist Antonija Gros as she introduces our emerging artists to the Master Artist Series for Tweens.
An exhibition opening celebrating artist Emma Walker’s new exhibition Distillations.
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