The Highlands is known for the strength and creativity of its artistic community. Practitioners of all levels, from national icons to enthusiastic amateurs, come to the area for the cool air, natural beauty and lifestyle which combine to provide an inspirational environment in which to create. The region supports a vibrant Arts/Culture ethos that is reflcted in the wealth of events, performances, exhibitions and festivals that occur
through every season, all year. As a dedicated Arts & Culture site for the Southern Highlands, ARTSfie is both a teaser for the spectacular creative offerings of the region, and a calendar of events for various cultural happenings during the year. We trust that you enjoy what you see and look forward to meeting you here in the Southern Highlands.
The Southern Highlands Art Studio Trail is held every year in November. It is an opportunity for artists of all disciplines to open their studio doors and welcome visitors to explore their creative habitats. Exhibiting artists include full-time professionals as well as emerging artists across a range of media; painting (traditional and contemporary), ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, furniture, textiles, photography, garden sculpture and printmaking
Download the Map and Trail PDF
P (+61) 420 308 221
3-week summer Intensive: January 13 – January 27 6-week workshops resumes February 3 – March 9
Immerse yourself and explore the craft of contemporary dance. Express yourself in a fun and nurturing environment.
Learn: – Floor work – Coordination of the spine and limbs – Moving in and out of the floor safely – Creativity and artistry – Choreography from company repertoire
This class is suited to people who have never taken a contemporary dance class or would like to refresh and extend their existing skills.
This class is suitable for adults who have some tap dancing experience. This class extends upon the technique learnt in Beginner Tap.
*Save 10% by booking both Beginner Tap and Beginner Tap Extended together.
Classes are taught by award-winning choreographer Bonnie Curtis.
P 02 4861 4676
Look beyond the fake tan in this heartwarming documentary by local film maker, Hilary Balmond, as three generations of women and girls reveal their vital connection to the Australian underground dance phenomenon of Physie.