Kerry Johns, Frances Larder, Timna Taylor, Elizabeth Tinker and Glen Wilkinson

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Beach Patrol Times

Swim Between the Flags

Stay safe at the beach this summer and swim at our patrolled beaches ...

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New Library Gallery

New Library Gallery

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Community Workshops

Planning for the Future

Do you have great plans for your club or community group but need help with getting started ...

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Latest News

Woolgoolga Masterplan Adopted

Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan Adopted

Making Woolgoolga a destination is the key focus of the long-awaited Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan...

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Clean Up Australia

Coffs Creek and Park Beach Flood Study Review

A revised flood study for the Coffs Creek catchment that uses the most recent rainfall data and computer modelling will be out for public comment...

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Young people get creative

Young People Encouraged to Get Creative

Young people in the local area are being given to opportunity to showcase their creativity...

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Upcoming Events

2018
Regional Gallery

JADA on Exhibition

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2018
Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Rime of the Ancient Mariner

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Feb 18
Oztag

Oztag Junior State Cup

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Feb 2018
Library Lovers

Library Lovers Day

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Feb 2018
Ipads and biscuits

iPads and Biscuits

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Feb 2018
Festival of Small Halls

Community Group Planning Workshop

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Kerry Johns, Frances Larder, Timna Taylor, Elizabeth Tinker and Glen Wilkinson

Kerry Johns River Bed 2017, Acrylic on canvas

11 May - 7 July 2018

An Open Response features small landscape paintings, made en plein air by Kerry Johns in the forests around Canberra and on the NSW south coast. Elizabeth Tinker's Cloudscapes series questions whether we take the time to properly look, experience and feel the power of nature. Glen Wilkinson and Timna Taylor present hand-made fibre and ceramic vessels and forms. Frances Larder's multi-media project The Silent Past of the Buitenkampers explores the loss and trauma experienced by people of mixed Dutch and Asian descent who were forced to flee their homes due to war, occupation and the Indonesian National Revolution.