A cultural refuge in the middle of the bush
“The bush is an edge. An untamed wilderness. At the edge of the bush is Eramboo, a little shed in and around which art is made. While Australian sounds assault the senses, artists emerge from a manufactured world. Only in this type of space can originality be rediscovered”
Susan Milne, Greg Stonehouse, Artistic Directors
Eramboo Artist Environment is a contemporary creative place on the edge of Ku-Ring-Gai National Park north of Sydney Australia, where artists flourish and grow connections between art, nature and the community. We offer studio spaces, exhibition space, classes and talks. Eramboo's aim is to support artists in their creative journey.
Eramboo is situated on land owned by the Department of Lands & has been under a Licence Agreement since 1986 with the original Founders. Eramboo World Studies Centre Reserve Trust are the appointed Trust Managers of the land. Trust Management is a valuable voluntary role with the reward of contributing to the local community & working to preserve this significant public asset.
How is it funded?
Eramboo is sustained by income generated through workshops, art sales, residencies, grants and donations. Volunteers are integral to the management, direction and daily operation of Eramboo. Donations to Eramboo are tax-deductible.
For information about Eramboo, the organisation please contact us.