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.

Colour photograph of Raymond Fuyana and Rene Mathibe facing the camera. The walls behind them are white. Two framed artworks are hanging on the wall left of the image.


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.