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About the Bas

The Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre (the Bas) is Eurobodalla's first purpose-built exhibition space. Adjoining Moruya Library, the Bas was constructed to meet the growing needs of the local arts community.

The Bas is named after Mr Basil Sellers AM for his significant contribution to the arts in Eurobodalla. Mr Sellers provided a substantial donation for the construction of the exhibition centre, and has a passionate commitment to the perpetual growth of the community’s perception, understanding of, and engagement in art. Basil Sellers is also the patron to Council’s Basil Sellers Art Prize and Little Sellers Art Prize.

The Bas celebrates local and national visual art and contemporary culture for the enjoyment and benefit of all who live and work in Eurobodalla or visit the areas.

COVID safety

Visitor numbers are limited to 25 at any one time. For the safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers, please enter the Bas via the Moruya Library front entrance, where a friendly staff member will provide instructions for visiting the space.

For everyone's safety, we ask visitors to follow the NSW Government guidelines by:

  • keeping 1.5 metres apart from others
  • washing hands thoroughly before and after attending
  • using the hand sanitiser provided
  • registering details
  • staying home if feeling unwell.

Online exhibition tours are available on the Bas websiteFacebook and Instagram pages.

Become a Bas member

Show your support of the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre with an annual membership. Member benefits include subscription to our quarterly newsletter with updates and sponsor offers, personalised invitations to exhibition and event programs and discounts on selected workshops, events and prize entry fees.

2020 annual membership fee prices:

  • Single $25
  • Family $35
  • Students $15

Find out more about membership and corporate partnership opportunities:

Volunteer at the Bas

Volunteers support is essential to the daily operations of the gallery space. We count on our volunteer team to assist with gallery duties, public programs and special events.

If you are looking to connect with a vibrant arts community, possess excellent customer service skills and a passion for the arts and can offer two to four hours per week, volunteering might be the role for you.

Find out more and apply for volunteering opportunities:

Contact us

For more information about the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre contact Creative Arts Coordinator, Indira Carmichael: