Arts Alive

South East Arts' Art of Networking meeting on 13 March is another opportunity to give us some feedback, as well as let everyone know what you've been up to and also expand your own network. You must register to attend, so sign up now at Feel free to contact us if there is anything you would like to discuss that may influence our strategic direction ~

Gallery Bodalla's current exhibition featuring Annie Franklin's beautiful paintings, Bill Insch's vibrant landscapes, wildlife paintings and intriguing ceramics, and South Coast Aboriginal artist Cheryl Davison's whose paintings draw on the stories told to her by family about the lands of her ancestors, the Wulbunja and Ngarigo peoples —continues until 24 March; Gallery Bodalla 66a Princes Highway — more info 0421238174 or

Art Central will hold an afternoon tie-dying workshop on Friday 29th March 2019 from 1pm – 3pm. Tie-dying is a popular activity and you only need to bring along a white cotton T-Shirt or something to print on. The cost is $10 per person. Bookings are essential as spaces are limited — more info 44743123 or

101 objects from across the Bega Valley Shire have been selected for inclusion on a ‘Bega Shire Hidden Heritage’ listing, which was recently compiled for the South Coast History Society. The selection, made by three local heritage advisors, took three months to complete. More than 500 different objects were considered within this time, all of which were suggested by the community. This Bega Shire Hidden Heritage project is supported by the Heritage Near Me program, an initiative of the NSW Government’s Office of Environment and Heritage — more info 0448160852 or


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