Set amid landscaped gardens, Hazelhurst Arts Centre has been specifically designed to appeal to the whole community. The combination of a major public gallery with a comprehensive arts centre, cafe, theatrette and community gallery makes a unique creative resource for everyone. Hazelhurst acknowledges the Dharawal speaking people, traditional custodians of the land, and pays respect to elders past and present.
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Rooms for hire include, two art studio spaces suitable for meetings, a theatrette for presentations and the Hazelhurst Gardens for wedding ceremonies.
The Hazelhurst Art Library is open Mondays and Wednesdays.
Hazelhurst volunteer information page
Hazelhurst Ambassadors are volunteers who assist in developing, promoting and running Hazelhurst’s public programs.
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The Regional Gallery presents an exciting and varied exhibition program annually. Drawn from major state, national and international collections, up to three exhibitions are presented at any one time.
To help foster and promote local art, solo and group exhibitions are on view and for sale in a regularly changing program in the Broadhurst Gallery. Artists are invited to submit proposals to exhibit in this gallery.
The Arts Centre includes six professionally designed studios catering for beginners to the practicing artist. Day, after school, evening classes, weekend and school holiday programs are offered. The newest addition to the Arts Centre is the digital media studio equipped with the latest design, video and digital image-making facilities.
Hazelhurst's theatrette is a state-of-the-art facility which hosts a regular program of special events during the year.
If you are looking for a unique or unusual gift, you'll find a great range of textiles, ceramics, jewellery, fun toys and games and a wide range of beautiful art books in the Gallery Shop.
Hazelhurst is an initiative of Sutherland Shire Council, and was made possible by the generous bequest of Hazel and Ben Broadhurst who had a dream of sharing their extensive property with the local community.