SeeChange 2016

Each SeeChange Arts Festival is always different, fun, and inspiring. There will be numerous exhibitions throughout the festival. Seechange 2016 already shaping up to be one of the biggest and most diverse that you have seen. Make sure you keep these dates free.

From visual arts, photography, music, performance, literary and special community events, taking place in galleries, cafes, studios, parks, homes and gardens, all set against the beautiful backdrop of Jervis Bay.

The theme of the 2016 Festival is Illuminate.

With overwhelming support for this year’s festival from everyone; artists, volunteers, venues, local Government, businesses and sponsors, we have been able to organise a festival that is larger than the previous seven festivals.

Click here for full program.

Gunyah Restaurant

Dining review: The Gunyah Restaurant

Each month the South Coast iMag reviews one the region’s restaurants and cafes. This month we visit the Gunyah Restaurant for a unique dining experience…

Gunyah-Restaurant-balcony_webOccasionally, you get to enjoy a dining experience unlike any other.

The Paperbark Camp’s Gunyah Restaurant near Huskisson is one such experience.

Set high off the ground to take full advantage of sea breezes and its unique tree top position, Gunyah Restaurant boasts a menu focused on the best available seasonal produce, much of it sourced or caught locally.

The kitchen is currently under the leadership of talented and hard working head chef Emilio Erazo, a Chilean national who brings to this very Australian setting the culinary skills he acquired cooking in many countries around the world before arriving and falling in love with Australia.

Emilio has added his own South American twist to the Gunyah Restaurant’s contemporary Australian cuisine.

The menu changes depending on the day you dine, but highlights include:

  • snapper tiradito with seaweed, pickled vegetables and grilled lemon
  • slow cooked lamb with echallots and spiced blood orange
  • pepperberry, kangaroo fillet with macadamia, artichoke hearts and grilled fennel
  • apple with green tea, jelly coffee and eucalyptus ice cream.

Sunday nights are Pisco sours and paella night, when Chef Erazo cooks paella fresh right in front of the guests, serving it with seasonal salads and appetisers.

Places at this tourism award-winning establishment are limited so book early to secure your table and enjoy exquisite food in unique surroundings.

Call 4441 6066 or visit to book online.


Arthur Boyd - Skate on Grey

Arthur Boyd: An Active Witness

A Bundanon Trust touring exhibition

In conjunction with Bundanon Trust, Arthur Boyd: An Active Witness opens at the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum on 28th February and runs until 19th April 2015.
The exhibition honours the work of this internationally recognised Australian artist and the potential of the artist to influence society through their role as an active witness.
It is the first major exhibition to consider the social and political consciousness that influenced Arthur Boyd’s art and contains a rich collection of significant artworks by Boyd and his dynastic Australian artist family members.
Curated from the Boyd Collection at Bundanon, this will be the only presentation of the exhibition in the area and represents a collaboration between two of the finest cultural organisations in the Shoalhaven.
The exhibition contains a range of artworks including large paintings, drawings and ceramics.
Alongside the Boyd collection will be a small archive of photographs, letters and other documents that provide insight into Boyd’s historical, cultural and social milieu. Also included are selected works by his significant modern Australian contemporaries, such as Sidney Nolan and Charles Blackman.
Arthur Boyd: An Active Witness launches the exhibition program for 2015 at the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum, (formerly known as the Lady Denman Maritime Museum).

Image: Arthur Boyd, Large Skate On Grey Background, 1979, Oil on canvas



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