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Narooma School of Arts builds for the future

Narooma School of Arts will exhibit plans and images of the proposed Narooma Arts & Community Centre (NACC) in the SoART Gallery (next to the Kinema) from Saturday 24 August to Friday 13 September.

Opening hours are Saturdays 9-1pm, and Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10-3pm.

The School of Arts has worked closely with its architects ClarkeKeller and consultants, and with Neil Mumme of Progressive Project Solutions to carry out the community’s wishes to move the NACC forward.

This project has been almost 10 years from conception. The initial impetus came from Montague Arts & Craft Society members and was taken up by the School of Arts and many other artists and creative people in our community to enhance Narooma’s Arts Precinct to provide for community’s needs well into the future.

During the exhibition, the School of Arts will also canvass for assistance to help make the NACC a reality.

The DA will be lodged with Eurobodalla Shire Council by the first week of September.

Once the DA is approved (‘shovel ready’), the School of Arts will seek funding from far and wide including from the Australian and NSW Governments. The School of Arts has Gift Donor Recipient status so donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Above: The proposed Narooma Arts & Community Centre facing Campbell Street. Courtesy ClarkeKeller.

Above: The proposed Narooma Arts & Community Centre facing Bowen Street. Courtesy ClarkeKeller.

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