We live and work on the land and rivers of the Bidjigal people of the Eora nation. We respectfully acknowledge Bidjigal Elders, past, present and future.


Read The Artistry of Silence : An interview with Raymond Fuyana and Rene Mathibe by Nolan Stevens in Johannesburg.


Black and white photograph of two women doing a BodyWeather tracking exercise. They are facing each other holding a cardboard tube between their foreheads. The dancer on the left of the image is holding another tube in her hand.


A workshop series exploring movement, creativity and imagination through the practice of BodyWeather. Produced in partnership with De Quincey Co.

WHEN: Wednesdays 25 July – 8 August
WHERE: Camperdown Commons 31A Mallett St, Camperdown

“The body is not a set entity. It constantly changes, like the weather.”  Min Tanaka founder of BodyWeather

Two black and white logos - De Quincey Co and Camperdown Commons an initiative of Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL

Creating magic in Moruya with the legendary percussionist, Greg Sheehan and the crew at Eurobodalla’s School of Possibilities.

The two-day music-making workshop will culminate in a performance at the River of Art, Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens, 11.30 am, Sat 19th May.

Writing Me in black letters on a white background. By Access2Arts in black letters written underneath and a thick read line under that.

We are thrilled to be supporting Access2Arts Writing Me from November 2017 – March 2018.

fools' gold written in large gold letters that resemble gold ingots. Written on white background.