At the Old Fire Station
- Focus is on being a Jazz and Blues festival hub for the coming week
- Then from 17-22 March, the Kiama Art Society Exhibition with fresh and new artworks from the society’s members.
- And then from 24 – 29 March, ‘Centre Create Connect’ a collection of handmade ceramic works by resident artists of the Soul Clay studio on display. This gets a big recommendation from me, as there is a very talented community attached to Soul Clay.
At Fern Street
- Until 12 March, Alexandra Strong and David Collins are exhibiting Muromachi
- Then from 13 – 16 March, Carolyn McNally’s ‘Moody Blooms’ Exhibition is on. Carolyn is a local Gerringong artist and her floral interpretations seek to capture glimpses of local south coast vistas and gardens.
At Seven Marks Gallery
- Until 24 March, Mathew Heaney’s exhibition, ‘East Coast Low’, showing 16 paintings which explore the potential of experience and open a conversation between Inside and Outside – the inside of an artist in the studio and the outside façade.
And finally, out of our LGA, but work mention, Robyn Sharpe is celebrating her latest exhibition, ‘Core Connection to Country at The Garden at Berry with opening night bubbles on 10 March