FIRE and GRACE – Folk and Baroque

3:00pm, Sunday, August 25th, 2019 Clifton School of Arts, 338 Lawrence Hargrave Dr, Clifton Edwin Huizinga (violin) and William Coulter (Guitar) Fire & Grace is an eclectic collaboration between Grammy Award-winning guitarist William Coulter and violinist Edwin Huizinga. This unique duo explores the connective musical elements of classical,...

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GROWN OCEANS Memory Gardens

Grown Ocean is a large ensemble project led by the Sydney-based pianist, composer & improvisor Novak Manojlovic. The band performs through-composed works which span a vast array of genres, evoking recollections of time & place through swirling mosaics of sound, song forms, quiet meditations and...

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cromatopia – STEPH BOLT

After leaving the Illawarra region 30 odd years ago, STEPH BOLT is returning with an exhibition at the CLIFTON SCHOOL of ARTS. Bolt is a practising artist & also facilitates art workshops on the island of Skopelos in Greece. She attained a Master of Fine Art...

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ART FOR THE SOUL 12-14 October 2019

  ANN CLARKE Drawing on a former career in Travel, Ann’s artwork is influenced by people, cultures, and the natural environment, and is characterised by her sensitive and light-filled approach to her subjects.  Her preferred medium is watercolours, but she also works in ink, oil, and acrylic...

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Clifton School of Arts is holding an Open History Day on Sunday 12 August 2018 between 10am and 4pm. Members have been busy collecting family stories and are looking for more this year to add to their records as they build a significant picture of...

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Drawing the Line

An upcoming exhibition I am organising called Drawing the Line. The exhibition features drawings of local artists. The exhibition will be opened by Walkley award winning artist David Rowe at 6.30pm on Friday 8 July 2016. Enquiries: Vyvian Wilson Email: Phone: 0418 257 078 Viewing Times: 11am -...

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The Clifton School of Arts stands on Dharawal Country, the traditional homelands of the Wodiwodi people. We pay our respects to the First Nations People of Australia.