The glorious weather, pristine beaches, rainforests and living ‘how life should be’ attracts a healthy and diverse range of community members with rich creative talents.

The Arts culture in Narooma includes actors, choral societies, potters, dancers, weavers, woodworkers, painters, jewellers, photographers, arts and craftspeople – and also includes a strong local Aboriginal artists community.

As the year progresses we’ll add more and more information about our cultural community to this page. Arts groups are encouraged to provide information on their upcoming events to the Arts page.

soart-gallerySoART Gallery Narooma

SoART Gallery provides a space for artists to exhibit their work. The gallery is managed by a volunteer sub-committee under the auspices of the Narooma School of Arts and is located on the Princes Highway in Narooma beside Narooma Kinema

Space rental is $210 per week . $100 bond on confirmation of booking. Artists wishing to book the space are invited to provide a brief proposal and folio of their work for approval by the committee to SoART, PO BOX 379, Narooma 2546.

A SoART information sheet can be obtained by contacting them on:

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.eurobodalla.org.au/3957.html

Ph: Janet on 0416 061 693

macs-artsMontague Art & Craft Society Inc.

Montague Art & Craft Society Inc. provides facilities for artists and craftspeople practice, learn, share and display their work. Facilities include studio space for classes, workshops and special interest groups and Gallery space for the display and sale of work.

The Galleries are located at the Cottage between the Narooma Bowling club and Volume Plus Service Station, and also at Narooma Plaza on the top level.

The Studio is used daily for special interest groups such as Life Drawing, Chinese Brush painting, Watermedia, Craft, Portrait Painting, A Capella Singing and Workshops and Classes.

Contact the Montague Arts & Crafts Society on:

Ph: Cottage 02 4476 5397
Ph: Margaret on 02 4476 3111