Wingecarribee Shire Council is home to a diverse, creative and vibrant community, hosting arts and cultural events that people come from all over the world to enjoy.
The Southern Highlands Arts File website encompasses a full spectrum of creative endeavour. Arts File will bring you information and profiles across Visual Arts/Artisan, Music, Performing Arts, Literature, Museums + Galleries and Creative Industries. Serving the Southern Highlands and its creative community by joining the many creative dots, engaging with artists of all disciplines, musical groups, theatre companies, producers, publishers and arts organisations.
Wingecarribee Shire Council is calling for applications from artists, studios and galleries for this year’s Southern Highlands Arts Trail.
The Arts Trail gives the public a rare opportunity to meet the makers, to see their work in the environment within which it was created and to buy direct from the studio door.
The 2021 Southern Highlands Arts Trail will run over the weekends of 6 and 7 and 13 and 14 November.
The 2019 Wingecarribee Landscape Prize, sponsored by Wingecarribee Shire Council was announced on 17 May 2019 by Mayor Duncan Gair.
The winner was announced as Robyn Kinsela for her Oil on canvas entitled 'Rainy Sunday'.
Mayor Duncan Gair described the winning artwork as "Deceptively simple and surprisingly evocative of the movement and feeling of rain ... This is a wondrous and masterful work".
Weave is an online directory of visual, literary and performing artists, who are located within the Kiama, Shellharbour, Southern Highlands and Wollongong regions of NSW.