At the Old Fire Station
- Until 1 November, ‘Walk my Way’ Exhibition is on – this is a fascinating co-showing by Rhonda Murray and Gail Morgan. Gail has written stories about people on the fringes of Kiama’s local region, and Rhonda has created oil paintings of the people’s shoes that go with their story.
- From 4 November, Heather Philpott’s beautiful ‘Portraits of the Sea’ will be showing her collection of paintings capturing the changing moods of the ocean and our seascapes.
At Fern Street
- Until 30 October, Nathan Miller’s solo exhibition ‘Dreamscapes’ exhibits photography of intimate, dynamic landscapes.
- And also, until 30 October, Liz Clark will be exhibiting as part of their ‘On the Wall’ program.
- Then from 2-13 November, Shades of Pink, a group exhibition with Alexandra Strong, Kerry Bruce, Ann Rayment and Janet Cheetham, showcasing a selection of artworks with the common thread and a love for the shades of pink.
At Minnamurra Café
- Until 13 November, Rebecca Collinson-Smith will be exhibiting photographs printed on silk and fine art paper.
At The Tempest Gallery
- Between 11 and 13 November, Machteld Hali’s exhibition ‘Voices in Flight – The end of Misogyny’ shows collagraph prints exploring imagery that may uplift us beyond discrimination. There’s an opening event on the 11th at 6 pm, all are welcome.
At the Gerringong Library and Museum
- The Remarkable Exhibition is on until 6 November
At The Garden at Berry
- Robyn Sharps’ latest exhibition, ‘Core Connection to Country’, is on until 16 November.