Art Central’s Term 1 classes at 24 Church Street Moruya, extending to 5 April, include: Aboriginal art, airbrush painting, art with Nick, beginners to advanced guitar lessons, art therapy for wellbeing, art for kids, painting and drawing with Lesley, handmade books and printing — and pottery on Saturdays. For more info and/or to book, contact Kerry Strange at Art Central on 44743123 or email@example.com
Art Central is your Community Art Centre, created and run by the Arts Council of Eurobodalla, for use by the whole Community — the young and not so young — so why not drop by at Moruya’s Riverside Park, if only to pick up a brochure and find out what’s going down; or just have a look around?
The much anticipated opening of the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre at Moruya will be celebrated on Friday 22 February 2019. Celebrations will include the official opening itself, and the announcement of the Basil Sellers Art Prize winners. This is a not-to-be-missed event! For more info contact on 64920711 or online ~ www.southeastarts.org.au/connect-with-us/contact-us/
At Saint Paul's Anglican Church, Tilba Street, Narooma, Saturday 16 February, 2.30 pm, the Montague Vising Artists 2019 season opens with a concert by the Inventi Ensemble from Melbourne, fresh from the Melbourne Recital Hall and the Mornington Peninsula Summer Music Festival; $25 at the door, $23 from Mitre 10 Narooma, school students free — more info Montague Choristers on 0439648414 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy Eurobodalla Live Music at Moruya Golf Club auditorium, Evans Street, Moruya, Sunday 10 February, 12.30pm to 3.30pm; visitors $15, members $10, concession $12 and children are free, tickets at the door. Performers include The Awesome Duo’s dazzling guitar playing, rich vocals and strong bass rhythm, Tuna Free Dolphin with Tracey Stewart, and Caroline Stephens who plays a variety of covers from popular artists such as Lana Del Rey, Vance Joy and The Kinks — more info 4474 2300 or email@example.com