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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

CABBI 37th Annual Art Exhibition finishes Jan 9th

CABBI would like to invite you to their 37th ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION which will run until Sunday 9th January 2022. Hours are from 10 - 4pm.

The exhibition is held at: Batemans Bay High School on George Bass Drive, Batehaven, 2536, with entry a gold coin donation. The exhibition is COVID compliant. CABBI’s history began with Ken Taber and an enthusiastic band of artists in 1984, with a gallery in the Bay. After many changes CABBI now run “The Gallery”, Sydney Road, Mogo, where they offer an opportunity for members to exhibit their works for sale, and select a Featured Artist every 2 months, as well as enjoying the out of doors with their En Plein Air group on Tuesdays and a social art group every Saturday. CABBI’s are supportive of their new members and encourage all efforts no matter how inexperienced you are believing everyone brings something different to their society.

CABBI’s exhibitions showcase many different styles and abilities of their art and craftsmen and women including photography, artisan, fine arts, sculpture across all medium with their members being a varied group who are always interested in exploring new methods and experiences.

These exhibitions are a welcome chance to put member's works into the public arena, gaining knowledge and experience along the way with their hardworking committee members having varied tasks with hanging, lighting, sponsorship and myriad other jobs that go into running such an interesting event.

Visitors are encouraged to vote for their favourite exhibit, the People’s Choice Award, voting cards will be available at the entrance from friendly volunteers.

Enquiries always welcome. For further information please email:


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