The Broadhurst Gallery provides the local community and emerging artists with a high-profile exhibition space. The exhibition program is diverse and aims to support artists in the southern Sydney regions and artists whose work is influenced by the landscape and culture of the region.
Exhibitions in the Broadhurst Gallery
Coast Dwellers is an ongoing long term photographic project that began in 2015.
New work focused on cutting, folding, bending, squashing, tearing and gluing paper from magazines and newspapers to create unexpected beauty.
This exhibition explores the subtle and complex layers of the natural world through the unique perspectives of three contemporary female painters, Naomi Bishop, Kathryn Cowen and Valentina Palonen.
Submitting a proposal for an exhibition
If you are interested in exhibiting in the Broadhurst Gallery, you will need to submit a proposal that outlines your exhibition project, including your ideas, concept or body of work and images of your work. Applications to exhibit in 2019 have closed. Applications to exhibit in the Broadhurst Gallery in 2020 are now open, and will close 31 August 2019. Download the information pack, which includes price, dates and a map of the space before you apply, then use the online form below to submit your application.
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For further information, please phone the Arts Centre reception on (02) 8536 5731.