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Gallery Temporarily Closed

Following the latest Public Health Orders, the Gallery is temporarily closed to the public until further notice. All upcoming events over this lockdown period have been cancelled or postponed. We continue to follow the advice of the NSW Government. 

Please keep in touch with us through our social media channels, which will bring you art experiences as well as updates. We wish you well during the coming days and look forward to welcoming you back to the Gallery soon. Until then, take care.


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Young Archie Writing Competition

Calling all young authors!

South Coast Writers Centre, in association with our Young Archie Competition, are looking for real life stories from young people aged 9 - 18.
Get your entries in before October 16 - you can find more information here


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Impressions of 2020 Digital Catalogue

Early this year the Shoalhaven Arts Board and Shoalhaven City Council invited local kids to submit a creative response that shows their impressions of 2020 and what it meant to them.

The resulting works - drawings, paintings, poems, written reflections and more - offer a deeply personal and compelling insight into the year from the eyes of our young people. All works are available to view here

This work is 'COVID Life' by Laila Lantouris from Sanctuary Point Public School


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Shoalhaven Regional Art Gallery’s Response to COVID-19

Due to the current COVID-19 situation in NSW, face masks are required in all indoor settings (unless an exemption applies). We kindly ask that if you are over the age of 12 and visiting the Gallery that you wear a face mask. Checking into the Gallery with the Service NSW app remains a requirement of entry. If you require a mask or assistance checking-in, a member of staff will be at the entrance to help you.

In addition, there will be no entry to the Gallery for anyone who has been in Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong or Shellharbour on or after June 21. 

For up-to-date information regarding Greater Sydney COVID-19 and travel restrictions, visit the NSW Health website.

At this stage all our planned events and activities are going ahead, we just ask those over 12 to wear a mask, and for all visitors to observe NSW health guidelines on social distancing, self-isolation and testing procedures, handwashing and personal hygiene practices.