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Some of your favourite events may look a little different this year but we're working on some exciting new ideas with COVID restrictions in mind to keep you safe.
Keep checking back to find out all the latest ways we are celebrating our community.
Campbelltown's response to COVID-19
Bring the family down or get together with friends to grab a bite to eat from a local restaurant and enjoy some music at the Lithgow Street Mall on Saturday 29 May 2021.
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.
In 2020 Macarthur Textile Network (MTN) celebrated their 10th anniversary, and in 2021 they present their fourth and largest biennial exhibition at C-A-C.
Nola Tegel’s name has become synonymous with the creative landscape and history of the Macarthur region.
C-A-C presents the Friends Annual and Focus exhibitions, an eclectic display of artworks by the Friends of Campbelltown Arts Centre.
Budjari Mudjingaal is the exhibition outcome of The Elders’ Ceramic Group, which began as an eight week program at Campbelltown Arts Centre in 2019, initiated by Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation.
Jude Fleming is a contemporary landscape artist who lives and works in Warren, NSW.
Held onsite at Campbelltown Arts Centre, the Campbelltown City Council collection comprises of over 1400 artworks by significant Australian and International artists.
Bring the whole family to Campbelltown this April, to follow the trail, or just embark on your own adventure to discover 22, one-metre high Hello Koala sculptures on exhibition around our city.