The Blade: Australia’s love affair with lawn, explores Australia’s love of lawn and how both plant and the mowing of it gained such enduring popularity.Find out more »
Safe Space, a major touring exhibition of contemporary sculpture, showcasing the works of 12 acclaimed Australian artists: Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Alex Seton, Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, David Cross, Franz Ehmann, Karla Dickens, Keg de Souza, Michelle Nikou, Rosie Miller, Tim Sterling and Will French.Find out more »
Unsettling beauty is a body of work painted in response to the Kimberley by local artist Kerry Dunne. The forms and colours of the Kimberley are astounding, yet it is a place of extremes and the enormity of its space, the isolation and ruggedness, are unsettling. The ancient landscape confronts us with our insignificance and transience.Find out more »
This art class is open to all skill levels and welcomes newcomers.
While we look at the basics of art such as line, colour, perspective etc., we also have fun experimenting with different techniques such as sgraffito, frottage, collage, paint transfer, unusual textures, and impasto effects,
Bring your little ones to NERAM for a session of sensory play were we will explore colour, shapes, and texture. With a different activity each session it is great for the parents and great for the little ones.Find out more »
Ever wanted to paint an abstract sunset sky? create a line drawing of your favourite car? or make a fun art journal?
Over the term, we will study classic and contemporary artists related to a wide range of art styles and practices.Find out more »
A weekly, self-directed, advanced painting and drawing group, which meets in the Packsaddle Studio at NERAM from 10am - 3pm each Thursday. This group is an off-shoot of Ross Laurie’s previous advanced painting classes and suits those who have previously attended Ross’s classes or have a similar background in painting and drawing. There is no regular tutor, but the group conducts a weekly critique of the day’s work each afternoon.Find out more »
Kids are encouraged to express their creativity in an individual way as they try new possibilities in drawing and painting, printmaking and sculpture. Some exhibition visits are also included – these often provide inspiration for a particular way of working.Find out more »