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Exhibitions

The Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra presents a vibrant exhibition program featuring contemporary and traditional works, a diverse range of touring exhibitions by leading Australian and Shoalhaven artists, community based exhibitions and works from the Shoalhaven City Art Collection.

Our exhibition program changes every six to eight weeks, and we celebrate each new group of shows with an opening celebration on the first Saturday from 12 – 2pm. These launches provide a chance to meet gallery artists, curators and staff and all are welcome. Please note the gallery closes for installation in the week preceding each launch.

Current Exhibitions

Shoalhaven Regional Gallery Is Currently Closed

The Gallery is closed to the public as we install our new air-conditioning system.

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Future Exhibitions


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An Unending Shadow

Ann and Sophie Cape

Tue 16 Jun -

Sat 05 Sep

Main and Foyer Gallery

An Unending Shadow is an exhibition of artworks by prominent Australian mother and daughter artists, Ann and Sophie Cape. Together they have made new artworks in response to their shared experiences of having a relative living with dementia and its impact on their day-to-day lives and artistic practices.

Image: Ann and Sophie Cape

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Shaken II

Bernard McGrath

Tue 16 Jun -

Sat 05 Sep

Access and East Gallery

Bernard McGrath discovered a passion for painting after undergoing deep brain stimulation to alleviate his Parkinson’s symptoms. Previously a real estate agent, he now works compulsively in a range of Abstract Expressionist styles.

Image: Bernard McGrath

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Creative Moments

Shoalhaven Woodcraft Society, Nowra Spinners & Weavers and Shoalhaven Potters

Sat 12 Sep -

Sat 03 Oct

Foyer, Access and East Galleries

This local, non-competitive exhibition provides an opportunity for local artisans to share their gifts and talents with others, extending their enjoyment in their craft. This year’s exhibition responds to the theme ‘Out of the Ashes’.

Image: Clair Bruton pot