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Arts in Cumberland

NOTICE: Due to unforeseen circumstances the AUBURN POETS AND WRITERS GROUP PERFORMANCE – GRANDMA’S BED : Neem Tree, Family Tree, Poetry at Granville Town Hall has been CANCELLED.

The art and culture of Cumberland are diverse, complex and vibrant.

Residents come from 124 countries and the artists in our community present a variety of art forms in our public spaces, for community celebrations and festivals, art workshops and for exhibitions at our art gallery in the Auburn Botanic Gardens, the Peacock Gallery and Auburn Arts Studio.

The public artwork adds to the vibrancy of the area and highlights Cumberland as a truly unique local government area. For other information on Arts in Cumberland visit:.

Balik Tanaw (Looking Back)

8 July – 3 September 2017
Celebrate with the Philippine community and exhibiting artists (Alwin Raemillo, Ernest Aaron, Alberto Estanislao, Jessa Melicor) at the launch of the exhibition Balik Tanaw (Looking Back) with a fiesta, food and fun. The artists have explored the notion of the Filipino  ‘home’ both here in Western Sydney and in the Philippines.  The exhibition is part of the Bayanihan Philippine Art Project in partnership with Art Gallery of NSW, Blacktown Arts Centre, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Mosman Art Gallery, Museums and Galleries of NSW and the Peacock Gallery

Creative Connections

Every Sunday, 12pm-3pm
Fun art activities for all ages and abilities – family friendly! No need to book, just drop in between 12pm and 3pm. Guided by gallery staff, take a closer look at the artwork in the exhibition and then make your own artwork.