“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
Eramboo Artistic Directors
Eramboo has been a haven for creativity for decades. The Garigal people developed a rich and complex culture thousands of years ago at the heart of which was their connection to the land. On this same site, Australia’s Socialist Party once had its headquarters, and the building also belonged to Sydney’s most forward-thinking educators at the former Independent School. Under the tutelage of Bill Eason, the school's three rules were freedom, tolerance and self-discipline. 22 years ago, Eramboo Artist Environment was established by Greg Stonehouse and Susan Milne as an education and environment centre for artists, continuing the place's connection to free thinking and creativity.More about Eramboo
SEPTEMBER 21-29. Open M,W,F 10am-2:30pm, Sun & Sat 10-4pm. Highlight of Manly Arts Festival 2019.
Open 10am-5pm. Open Studios, Demonstrations, Art Sales, Exhibition. Artists Jennifer Everett, David Jones, Stef Tarasov, Eleanor Amiradaki and Nicola Woodcock.
A sanctuary for artists in the middle of the bush.
Saturday, 12 October, 11am - 3pm. $96 (incl materials). Adult course. Bookings: Eventbrite
Sunday, 23 June 2-3pm
Sunday 16 September, 2-4pm