All sportsfields will remain closed this weekend due to the ground conditions.
Kiama Council asks heavy vehicle users to use Macquarie Pass, which has now re-opened to traffic.
Next date: Saturday, 28 May 2022 | 08:00 PM
to Wednesday, 08 June 2022 | 11:59 PM
We have updated the artwork in our Council Chambers and the Mayor’s office. The current exhibition (15 April to 8 June) features works that respond to the 2022 World Environment Day campaign, which calls for collective, transformative action on a global scale to celebrate, protect and restore our planet.
Exhibitors include Tim Rushby Smith, Penny Sadubin and Robyn Sharp whose work responds to our current climate crisis, while artists Helen Pain and Becky Guggisberg celebrate elements of our environment that still remain.
Members of the public are welcome to stop in and view the artwork at any time during Council business hours (except when doors to the Chambers and Mayor's office are closed due to a meeting is in progress).
All pieces are available for purchase.
We’re also seeking artists for future exhibitions. Please fill in our Expression of Interest (EOI) form if you’re a local Aboriginal artist or have pieces that celebrate LGBTIQ communities and/or the colour purple.
Photo: Artists Penny Sadubin and Tim Rushby Smith
Council Chambers, 11 Manning Street, KIAMA 2533 View Map
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