Please visit the Workshops webpage for all of our workshops and courses
Sunday 6 September
17- 23 August 2015
9 July–11 July 2015
Strathnairn Arts will be hosting a range of events including a Master Wood fire exhibition.
2 June 2015
Tracks to Reconciliation event – children’s art workshop and community BBQ
A community event in conjunction with West Belconnen Child and Family Centre, Belconnen Community Service and Uniting Church Kippax
17 May 2015
Friday 6 February – Sunday 3 May 2015
19 April 2015
This year, we hosted a display and demonstration of proddy and hooky rug making by members of the Australian Rug Makers in the Village Hall.
We were also privileged to be hosting Aboriginal ANZACs: Ngunawal protecting their country
Aboriginal ANZACs are an often forgotten part of Australian history. This event will include a photographic exhibition of Ngunawal ANZACs at the Woolshed, Strathnairn Arts and an interpretive walk of the surrounding country.
From Thursday 16 April, we also be hosted the exhibition Birds, Beasts and Beauty which featured works on the ANZAC centenary by members of the ACT Porcelain Artists Association.
4 -21 December 2014
Don’t miss this unique Strathnairn Arts shopping experience for that perfect Christmas gift
15 November 2014
25 October 2014
23 August 2014 – 3pm Saturday
13 April 2014
11.00am – 12.30pm
21 March 2014
Book Launch – Painted Souls
To be launched by David Kilby at Strathnairn Homestead Gallery
April and May 2013
TERRAIN was Strathnairn’s major centenary event, comprising land art installations and community workshops on the theme of exploring the environment.
Terrain was formally launched by Robyn Archer, Creative Director, Centenary of Canberra, on Saturday 11th May 2013 at 4pm.
HISTORY BOOK PROJECT
Strathnairn Arts has published a book to celebrate our own fascinating history, from the property’s early colonial days as part of a land grant to Charles Sturt to becoming the vibrant arts community it is today. The book, entitled Strathnairn – A Place for People, was researched by dedicated Strahnairn volunteer Maryann Mussared, written by historian Christine McCaffrie and edited by writer, curator and art historian Peter Haynes, with many contributions from people long associated with Strathnairn. The launch of the book in April 2013 was scheduled to co-incide with the ACT Heritage Festival and the Strathnairn group exhibition Artist in the House curated by Peter Haynes. The book project was assisted through funding made available by the ACT Government under the ACT Heritage Grants Program. The launch of Strathnairn – A Place for People was held on Friday 19th April 2013 at 5pm with special guest Genevieve Jacobs from ABC 666 and was a wonderful occasion.