Following the easing of restrictions in NSW we are excited to welcome you back to Hazelhurst Arts Centre from Monday 22 June!
We know Hazelhurst is an important and valued part of our community and we look forward to welcoming you back to a refreshed and safe facility. Until then we are completing valuable maintenance and improvement works and developing new ways for you to enjoy Hazelhurst.
As we re-open on Monday 22 June, the health and well-being of the community and our staff remains our top priority and we’ve been carefully planning the measures we need to implement, in line with government restrictions and health guidelines.
One measure we all are aware of is the need for social distancing which means we need to limit the numbers in the gallery, our studios and cafe. Initially we will open the galleries, the gardens and the cafe and you will be able to book your visit to Hazelhurst online to help ensure you can visit when you choose.
At a later date we will introduce a new range of art classes, which meet government restrictions and health guidelines. These classes will need to be a lot smaller so our regular Term Art Class Program and School Holiday Program will be temporarily suspended until further notice.
Please keep checking our social media pages for further updates as they become available.
See you soon! The Hazelhurst Team
Friends of Hazelhurst Calendar of Events
Friends of Hazelhurst are always looking for great ways to support the arts in the Sutherland Shire.
Please feel free to scroll through our calendar for any upcoming events that inspire you. Click on the event in the calendar for more details OR use our directory to the right to view details on a particular type of activity.
RocoColonial brings together contemporary Australian artists working across painting, sculpture, design and fashion who explore themes at the intersection of the terms Rococo and Colonial. In 1770 while Lieutenant Cook was charting the east coast of Australia on the other side of the world Marie Antoinette was marrying the future Louis XVI of France, this year coincidentally marking the end of the Rococo and the beginning of the Colonial.
Then as now, issues of radical social and economic change were beginning to sow the seeds of revolution.
RocoColonial is a major artist-initiated project by Gary Carsley and presented by Hazelhurst Arts Centre in partnership with Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG).
Join Australian Associate Professor Munjed Al Muderis, one of the world’s leading orthopaedic surgeons in osseointegration surgery for prosthetic limbs and hear his incredible story.
Twenty years ago, Munjed fled Iraq, boarded a people smuggling boat in Kuala Lumpur and was detained on Curtain Detention Centre for 10 months. Since his release in 2000, he has climbed the ladder to become an author, human rights activist and has pioneered osseointegration surgery, placing Australia at the forefront of that field.
Friends walking tour with John Bartholomaeus on Wednesday 22nd May.
This tour will take in the Dobell Drawing Prize for 2019 at the National Art School Darlinghurst and the 2019 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize at Juniper Hall in Paddington. There will also be a visit to the Darlinghurst Gaol.
Following the walk there will be a pub lunch at a suitable nearby venue, perhaps Paddington RSL.
The tour will start at 9.30am and the tour of the Gaol is at 10.30am. John and Stephen Vandenbergh will meet everyone on the Kings Cross Station concourse up one level from the platform and through the barricade but still below street level at 9.30am.
The initial walk will be to the Gaol via a coffee break and a look at some interesting features on the way.
Date:Wednesday, 22nd May 2019
Cost:$20 for the entry to the Gaol and lunch at your own expense
The walk is limited to 15 attendees. Booking will be available by calling Hazelhurst reception on 8356 5700. Please pay at the time of booking and leave your mobile number in case there is a need to contact you on the day.
We thank John for again leading another very interesting walk.
Please call Stephen Vandenbergh for any enquiries on 0408 688 471.