our gallery window display
Members are entitled to display their works in the gallery front window for a 2 week period
Our artist this week is our esteemed past President, Don Whitten. To see Don's fine the works, click here.
Provide a focal point for the fostering of creative activities for all members of the community, and to further develop artistic awareness of both visual and performing arts.
Promote local talent by providing a creative base and tourist facility of local significance.
Engage in activities intended to develop the practice of arts and crafts in the community.
To be the most progressive Arts Society in the Lower Hunter Region through participation, promotion, support and management.
THE DUNGOG ARCHIES 2020
The Dungog Archies 2020 have been judged and the winners have been announced.
First prize - Greg Danvers
Second prize - Helene Leane
Highly Commended - Cynthia Denning
Junior under 13 - Lily Cook
Junior 13 to 18 - Isa Taylor
See all the entries on our Dungog Archies 2020 page in the "exhibitions & events" page
or click here
Prizemoney proudly donated by
The Medical Centre Dungog
and Mr Doug Spedding
The exhibition runs from Friday 4th September until Friday 18th September at our gallery 266 Dowling St Dungog
Monday to Sunday
11 am to 3 pm
266 Dowling St Dungog
Please note we open 9 am on Monday
Toby Solomon 0428 630 214
Cynthia Denning 0422 847 599
Greg Mudie 0407 953 928
Donna Woodlands 0421 704 449
Ruth Dircks 0448 950 255
Membership & Minutes Secretary
Marilyn Rudak 0416 435 651
Carrie Williams 0438 611 677
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at the gallery commencing at 5:30pm.
Come along and be part of the decision making of our Society
Thursday 5 November
**NOTE** .This will be our
Annual General Meeting
We are resuming meetings at the gallery premises due to the easing of COVID -19 restrictions
GALLERY LIGHTS UPGRADE
We have been fortunate to receive a grant from Arts Upper Hunter of $1000 to upgrade the lights in our gallery to LED which are cheaper to run and more environmentally friendly.
The total cost of the upgrade is $1415, so generous members have embraced the "Sponsor a Light" scheme where they contributed to the shortfall, by "adopting" one of the 18 lights in the gallery for $20
Here is a list of the contributors so far
Pat & John Staker
Royce Burns & Dianne Pope
Greg & Phyl Danvers
Phillippa & John Graham
Our gallery has now opened but our members have still been busy creating new works during this COVID-19 pandemic.
See their work at the new isolation art page and read how they are coping cooped up at home.
We are still accepting works.
For more information and how to contribute go here
Monday 1st June
With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, the gallery at 266 Dowling Street has been re-opened.
Social distancing is still required and hand sanitizer is available at the entry and should be used.
Also please sign the tracking book.
Monday Drawing Classes
Postponed due to COVID-19
Drawing classes are held in our gallery on Monday evenings from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. Cost is $5 per person per session.
Youths are free
CLASSES TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED
Check back here for dates when resumed
Janice Ailwood is running classes in Watercolour Techniques. These classes are for beginners or those wishing to refresh their watercolour skills.
Click here for full details