Raymond Terrace Art Space
Raymond Terrace Art Space, situated within Raymond Terrace Library, provides a free exhibition space for local artists showcasing varied mediums and is accessible to the public 6 days a week.
The Art Space is managed by Port Stephens Council volunteers find out more.
Towards Closing The Gap
1 March - 5 April
Contemporary Dot Art style work. All students are taught by Indigenous artist Lorraine Riley Oldham, a Thungutti woman from Kempsey. The works include Dot Art paintings, rainmakers, wooden bowls, cotton shoes and emu callers.
John Head - Portraiture Exhibition
6 April - 2 May
A self portrait series highlighting the strength and fallibility of people and the divergence of paths taken through life.
John shares his fight against diabetes using the metaphor of a black leg and draws attention to his own and others struggles with PTSD brought on by military service. The work looks at the importance of people within a community and the qualities of people as being an inherent part of what makes a community.
Contact the artist with enquiries on 0409 398 529 or email email@example.com.
To view previous exhibitions click here.
We would like to thank Cunningham Custom Picture Frames at Raymond Terrace for their help and support with our purchase of 25 frames that can be used by exhibiting artists.
- Monday 9am - 6pm
- Tuesday 9am - 6pm
- Wednesday 9am - 6pm
- Thursday 9am - 8pm
- Friday 9am - 6pm
- Saturday 9am - 12pm
- Sunday - CLOSED