Exhibitions from the Collection
Works from the Collection have featured in exhibitions held at various museums and galleries, and are available, subject to the usual loan agreement, for future exhibitions being curated by public institutions.
The first Shoalhaven City Arts Centre exhibition using material from the collection was put together by Allan Baptist, the then Art Development Manager for the Shoalhaven City Council. This 2007 exhibition incorporated sculpture from the collection with photographs. From 2009 an annual exhibition from the collection, curated by Max Dingle has featured at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre.
1995 - Up down & across, Campbelltown City Art Gallery, included the
painting "Detour at Four Mile Creek" by Miranda Parkes1996 - Painting "Markings" by Grace Burzese, exhibited in Sulman Exhibition, Art Gallery of NSW
2007 - Jellyfish : Nature inspires Art, Australian National Maritime Museum, included Jan King's sculpture "Aurelia"
2007 - Monument, Shoalhaven City Arts Centre, included 8 sculptures from the collection
2008 - Rhapsody in Red, Dubbo Regional Gallery, included Russell
McQuilty's sculpture "Out Turn"
2008 - Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre, two sculptures, Jan King's
"Aurelia" & Michael Le Grand's "Nabataean" displayed in foyer.
2009 - Personal Journeys : 40 years of Australian Women's Abstract Art
Shoalhaven City Arts Centre
2009 - Painting "Woman with Green Thigh" by Nicole Kelly exhibited at Brett Whitely Studio Gallery (AGNSW) for 3 months.
2009 - Painting "Woman with Green Thigh" by Nicole Kelly exhibited in Shoalhaven City Arts Centre foyer for 3 months.
2010 - Black is the Colour.... Shoalhaven City Arts Centre
2010 - New Acquisitions exhibition Shoalhaven City Arts Centre
2011 - Making Do : Art from Found Objects Shoalhhaven City Arts Centre
2011 - Matej Andraž Vogrinčič ’s Car Park - Members Only A Documentary Photographic installation. Shoalhaven City Arts Centre
2011 - Michael Le Grand: Sculpture Canberra Museum & Gallery, included Michael Le Grand's sculpture "Nabataean"
2012 - Less is More : More or less Shoalhaven City Arts Centre
2013 - Margaret Dredge - Retrospective 1960 to 2001 Shoalhaven City Arts Centre. This exhibition uses 14 of the Margaret Dredge works in the
Collection along with borrowed works from Melbourne and Sydney.
2014 - Lost in Waste: A Landfill Odyssey - A Shoalhaven City Arts Centre interactive educational exhibition which featured works from the collection.
2015 - The Metaphysical Edge: seeing abstraction - A Shoalhaven City Arts Centre exhibition, curator Max Dingle, incorporating 21 works.
2016 - Out of Earth & Flame: Ceramics in the Shoalhaven - Shoalhaven City Arts Centre exhibition, featuring 18 works.
2016 - WAAM ! It's Women's Abstract Art Man - Jervis Bay Maritime Museum & Gallery exhibition featuring 74 works.