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Exhibitions and events

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Coming Events

See the City's What's On calendar for details.

Past Exhibitions

City of Rockingham Art Awards 2018

The 2018 City of Rockingham Art Awards were exhibited between 5-19 May 2018, featuring over 100 artworks from artists across Australia, including many local artists. To learn more about the City of Rockingham Art Awards 2018, visit the City of Rockingham Art Awards page.

2017 Castaways Sculpture Awards 

The 2017 Castaways Sculpture Awards were held at the Rockingham Foreshore in October. The exhibition showcased 66 recycled sculptures including a schools’ competition. To learn more about Castaways visit the Castaways Sculpture Awards page.

Shadow Art Exhibition

Local artist Tusif Ahmad highlighted the art of papercutting through this unique exhibition.
The Shadow Art Exhibition showcased the work of Tusif Ahmad alongside work produced by local community members, teachers and students through educational workshops.

‘Drawing as Process’ ExhibitionDrawing as Process Exhibition

Local artist Andy Quilty showcased his talents and shared his passion for drawing at the Rockingham Arts Centre during the Drawing as Process workshops and exhibition.  Drawings created by community members and local students at the Drawing as Process workshops were exhibited alongside Andy Quilty.  Workshop participants used simple ballpoint pens and charcoal to take their drawing skills to entirely new levels under Andy’s tutelage.

Highlights of the City of Rockingham Art Collection Exhibition

The City of Rockingham’s art collection has been acquired over more than three and a half decades. It comprises about 215 different works of art.  Each piece has its own story to tell, and reveals another aspect of the wide and diverse art world which the City brings to the local community. This exhibition was a snapshot of the collection.

Insta Rockingham Digital Exhibition

This digital exhibition, by Rockingham Photography Club, brought mobile device photos to life using Instagram and capturing local students’ 30-second videos on YouTube.

Find out more on the Rockingham Photography Club website.

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