Upcoming Exhibitions at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre

Current Exhibitions

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Exhibitions at Wallarobba are open 10am-4pm daily.

Image: Hugh van Schaick, Self Portrait. Photo credit: Hugh van Schaick.

Hornsby Art Society volunteers exhibition

Tuesday 24 January – Sunday 12 February

Hornsby Art Society Young Artists’ Exhibition

Tuesday 4 – Sunday 23 April

Fereshteh Pezeshki

Monday 24 – Sunday 30 April

Eva Molnar and Co.

Monday 1 – Sunday 14 May

Head On Photo Festival associated exhibitions

Hidden Hornsby  

(Lower galleries)

Tuesday 16 – Sunday 28 May

Features of Hornsby’s heritage and modern architecture re-imagined by local artist Jacqui Dean. Hidden Hornsby explores the places and spaces of Hornsby revealed from a new perspective.


(Upper galleries)

Tuesday 16 – Sunday 28 May

Using original poems as a stimulus for creating images, photographer Carolyn Haywood began a body of work in a personal spiritual response to the local bushland.

Re-magine competition and exhibition

Wednesday 31 May – Sunday 18 June

Be inspired by the imaginative transformation of household trash into beautiful works of art.

Thea Borne and Anna Ryland

Tuesday 22 August – Sunday 3 September

Yvette van Rensburg

Monday 25 September – Sunday 1 October

Introducing… Hugh van Schaick

Tuesday 17 – Sunday 22 October

Works presented by the 2016 Hornsby Shire Emerging Artist Award recipient as part of the annual Hornsby Art Prize.


Susanne Latimore, Sandy Weule and Kerri Fitzpatrick

Tuesday 24 October – Sunday 29 October, 10am-4pm
Opening: Friday 27 October, 7pm-9pm

Join Berowra circle of artists Sandy Weule, Susanne Latimore and Kerri Fitzpatrick for their first joint exhibition. Their work explores a variety of landscapes and still lives, seeking strength, truth and friendship through creativity.

inTransit - untethered fibre artists

Tuesday 31 October - Sunday 13 November
Opening night Friday 3 November, 6pm-8pm

inTransit is the third annual exhibition title for the untethered fibre artists – an exhibition group of 20 members that is creating a series of related works over a five-year period. In this third iteration of the exhibition, artists explore the duality inherent within in the state of being in transit through fibre. Works examine the relative significances of journey and destination; of place, memory, time and states of being.

Hornsby Art Prize

Wednesday 15 – Sunday 26 November

Annual art award and exhibition sponsored by Hornsby Shire Council, delivered in partnership with the Hornsby Art Society.

Hornsby Art Society Christmas Exhibition and Market Day

Tuesday 5 – Sunday 17 December

Market day: Sunday 10 December