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If it’s events in Campbelltown City you’re after, here’s where you’ll find out all about it. Discover a range of activities, workshops, fitness classes, art exhibitions, library events and more.
The personal safety of our residents and visitors is our top priority. Due to COVID-19 some of our events will be postponed while others will run as online activities. Keep checking back for updates.
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This self-directed Drawing Pack, complete with Drawing Book, map and art materials, leads budding creatives to 5 unique locations and landscapes within the CAC Japanese Garden.
The MAKE BOX is a new program from Campbelltown Arts Centre that allows children and their carers to create together at home.
On the first week of every month, MAKE BOX subscribers will receive a creative gift, featuring a beautifully curated selection of art materials as well as tips and tricks to develop their making.
Campbelltown Arts Centre’s Conscious project is an annual year-long professional artist development program for hip hop artists from Western Sydney.
The Exhibition at Campbelltown Art Gallery coincides with the annual Festival of Fisher's Ghost. All works are available for purchase. Finalists to be announced Friday 5 November.
The Elders’ Ceramic Maker Kits have been developed for the community by local ceramic artist Natalie Valiente and The Elders’ Ceramic Group in celebration of their 2021 exhibition.
Little Orange Studio returns to Campbelltown Arts Centre after several months of working in isolation and connecting through online workshops, the artists are celebrating their long-awaited return.
Campbelltown Arts Centre (C-A-C) in partnership with the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW) presents Khaled Sabsabi: A Hope – the second chapter of a survey exhibition held across both venues.
Inspired by the enigmatic optical phenomenon, Mirage is a dance work by choreographer and dancer Martin del Amo, conjuring a shimmering world that oscillates between expectation and unpredictability.