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MORTON GALLERY

Showcasing a lifetime of art, the gallery displays art work by local artists Ron Morton, Ann Morton and Glen Morton.

Viewings are by appointment. 

Address: 26 Grenfell Road, Cowra, NSW 2794
Phone: 0413 719 228 or 0427 423 194
Email: annmorton@optusnet.com.au
Website: www.themortongallery.com.au

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COWRA MUSICAL & DRAMATIC SOCIETY

Amateur Dramatic Society, producing musicals, comedies, plays, one act plays, variety concerts etc. We also have 2 choirs who perform regularly.

Post: PO Box 81, Cowra NSW 2794
Telephone: 02 6341 3337
Email: plutarch2794@bigpond.com

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COWRA ART GROUP

Visit Cowra's local art & craft hub. A variety of classes run everyday except Sunday.  Local arts and crafts for sale.  Visitors and new members most welcome.

 Address: Rear of the Cowra Visitor Information Centre, Mid Western Hwy, Cowra NSW 2794
Phone: 02 6342 3995


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RARE PEAR STUDIO

rare pear studio is the work of Shani Nottingham, an Australian artist living and working in rural New South Wales — Cowra, to be exact!

Shani exhibits and teaches regularly. She is addicted to colour, thrifting, expansive skies, cheese and Instagram. You might also be lucky and find her at the occasional market.

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ART OUTWEST

Our mission: promote, facilitate, educate and advocate for arts and cultural development for communities of the NSW Central West.

Address: Building 1454, Research Station Drive,
Charles Sturt University Bathurst Campus.
Email: artsoutwest@csu.edu.au
Fax: 02 6338 4646
Post: PO Box 8272 CSU LPO Bathurst NSW 2795
Website: http://artsoutwest.org.au/

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REBECCA DOWLING CERAMICS 

Rebecca Dowling’s studio is nestled next to the tractor shed on their farm in Cowra and is becoming the centre of clay lovers and friends in the area. Her work celebrates the everyday and the rituals of food and friendship. Rebecca’s love of iron glazes and it subtleties are expressed through the gradation of colour on groups of works.