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Arts in Cumberland

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.

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Exhibition - "Nothing is As Valuable as You"

Nothing Is As Valuable As You brings together a group of artists whose practices use three-dimensional materials to create their work. Wide ranging in conceptual theory, what brings these works together is the focus on craft and materiality to share their message. Curated by Talia Smith, the exhibition includes artists Ali Noble, Elle van Uden, Francesca Zak, Luke O’Connor, Sarah Eddowes, Yvette Hamilton, Paula de Prado and Hannah McKellar.

Join us at the Exhibition opening on Saturday 27 October 2018 from 1:30pm to 4:00pm.

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Meet some of the artists from the exhibition 'Nothing is As Valuable As You' on Saturday 10 November from 1:30pm to 3:00pm for an informal artist talk and afternoon tea. Refreshments provided. Limited places available for Ages 14+.


Creative Connections

Every Sunday, 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm, Fun art activities for all ages and abilities - family friendly! No need to book, just drop in. Guided by gallery staff, take a closer look at the artwork in the exhibition and then make your own artwork.

Makers Circle 

Every first Thursday of the month from 11:30am to 1:30pm .Share and learn new skills. For artists and craftspeople of all experience levels -  work on your own projects or as part of a group.

Please RSVP for the next session on Thursday 1 November 2018 with guest artist Sarah Eddowes.

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Clay Workshop

Learn a new skill and create your own artistic ceramic vessel facilitated by a guest artist.

Held on Sunday 18 November 2018, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Cost $15 with all materials included. For ages 17+.

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Peacock Gallery and Auburn Arts Studio Auburn Botanic Gardens, Corner of Chiswick and Chisholm Roads, Auburn NSW 2144

PO Box 118, Auburn NSW 1835 Phone: (during opening hours) 8757 9029 or (outside gallery hours) 8757 9000

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Admission  Admission to the gallery is free.
Public Transport There are regular trains to Auburn Station. Take a 909 bus from Auburn Station to Cumberland Road. To plan your trip call the Transport Info Line on 131 500 or visit  Transport NSW.  
Parking The Peacock Gallery offers onsite parking. Once you have entered the Auburn Botanic Gardens Precinct, take the first left.
Access The whole site is wheelchair accessible.
Group Tours Group tours of the Peacock Gallery and Auburn Arts Studio can be arranged by request. Please call  9735 1396 for more information or to make a booking.