Council works collaboratively with Eurobodalla's thriving arts sector, South East Arts, and local business to cultivate and promote opportunities for the community to experience the arts.
Eurobodalla Shire Council aims to support the unique creative identity of our individual artists while also promoting Eurobodalla as a place that values the expression of history, heritage and creativity.
Council's Creative Arts Services has extensive knowledge and experience in the arts sector. Our team provides a comprehensive range of creative arts opportunities to the community across a variety of arts practices including music, literature, performance and visual arts.
Arts Information Exchange
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Prizes and exhibitions
- Basil Sellers Art Prize: A biennial arts competition open to visual artists in NSW and the ACT awarding a prize pool of $25,000. Take a virtual tour of the 2020 prize winners.
- Little Sellers Art Prize: This annual competition is for young local artists aged 5 to 18.
- Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre: come and see the latest exhibition, attend a artist talks or join in a workshop at the Bas.
Council has a duty of care is to ensure artworks pose no risk to public safety and have reasonable management and maintenance costs.
The Public Art Strategy supports the important role public art plays in Eurobodalla, it has been prepared to guide the successful development of public art in our shire.
Artist exhibition: Irene Harmsworth I Batemans Bay
Come to Batemans Bay Library in February to see "My life through paintings" an exhibition by Irene Harmsworth.
Art in the libraries: Eurobodalla Photographic Club exhibition
Come to Batemans Bay Library this March to see a group exhibition from the Eurobodalla Photographic Club.