Arts Alive

Art Central’s regular Term 4 classes continue at 24 Church Street, Moruya, until December 19 — for more info on what is on offer just drop by Art Central or contact on 44743123 or artcentral@artcentral.org.au — bookings are essential. Also a reminder that the All in Art Exhibition continues at Shop 5 (next to IGA in Ford Street Moruya) continues until Sunday 21 October.

On tour from the Australian National Maritime Museum, a beautiful banner display (Shackleton: Escape from Antarctica) recording this remarkable journey featuring iconic Frank Hurley photographs is on show at The Old Courthouse Museum, 3 Museum Place, Batemans Bay, until Thursday 25 October, 10am to 3pm Monday, Wednesday and Thursday — more info 02 44721635 or secretary@oldcourthousemuseum.com

At Saint Bernard's Catholic Church, 2 David Avenue, Batehaven, Sunday 28 October at 3pm the South Coast Music Society concludes it’s 2018 programme of wonderful concerts with the Orava Quartet. The Quartet will bring its vitality to the classics of the string quartet repertoire, in Czech Fantasy, with Haydn’s ‘Lobkowitz’ quartet, dedicated to the Czech Duke of Roudnice, and compatriot composer, and Schulhoff’s five witty pieces for string quartet. Entry is $35 adults/ $30 members/ concession and school aged children are free; tickets at the door (cash) or online ~ southcoastmusicsociety.com —more info Julie Stuart on 0438590505 or president@southcoastmusicsociety.com

The Beagle extends to its readers an invitation to be in the draw to win a DOUBLE PASS to Orava Quartet performing at St Bernard’s Church at Batehaven Sun 28th October - details HERE

A life in Art, an exhibition honouring artist Bob Baker, remains open until Sunday 28 October at Gallery Bodalla, 66a Princes Highway, Bodalla; gallery opening hours are Thursday to Sunday, 10.30am to 4pm — more info Valerie Faber on 0421238174 or gallerybodalla@gmail.com

The Ivy Hill Gallery’s Spring exhibition contains contemporary paintings by artists Kim Falkenmire and Rowan Kane with small sculptures by Pauline Balos and Peter Storey continues until Sunday 4 November; opening hours Thursday to Sunday 10am to 5pm — more info Carolyn Killen 64940152 or visit ivyhill.com.au

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