CONTEMPORISING THE MODERN

Photography From the Russell Mills Collection

6th June -  31st August 2018

 

50 Iconic Australian Photographs from some of Australia’s best known artists. Contemporising the Modern features iconic works by Max Dupain, Olive Cotton through to Contemporary work by Bill Henson and Narelle Autio.

 

Russell was initially drawn to the work of Australian photographer Olive Cotton, who achieved long-overdue recognition for her photography during the mid-1980s. Russell was captivated by Cotton’s imagery and acquired four works, making her the most represented photographer in his collection. Also well represented in the Mills collection is the work of Max Dupain including the iconic Sunbaker (1937/1980s), which has become synonymous with the advent of modernism in Australian Photography.

 

Contemporising the Modern is on loan from the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) and tours with funding from the Russell Mills Foundation.

SAMUEL ELYARD - THE COASTAL PAINTINGS

Until 31st August 2018

 

An exhibition of water-colour paintings by 19th century artist Samuel Elyard (1817 - 1910)  These paintings are drawn from the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum's Halloran Collection and showcase local coastal areas.  Paintings in this exhibition are from his various trips to the Crookhaven, Cape Saint George, Jervis Bay and Wreck Bay areas during the 1870s.

 

 

 

These two captivating exhibitions have been curated by Max Dingle.

 

 

SAMUEL ELYARD - CAPE ST GEORGE LIGHTHOUSE

Until 31st August 2018

 

Cape St George LIghthouse operated on the southern side of Jervis Bay from 1864 to 1899.  During it's operation there were 23 ship-wrecks.  The amazing history of the lighthouse is told in this exhibition, all the more poignant because in a few months the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum will become the custodian of the original lighthouse mantle, or cover to the lens and light.

 

This exhibition captures the essence of life in 19th century lighthouses, remote, wind-swept with often dramatic stories about the famillies responsible for keeping sailors safe.

 

 

SPECIAL EVENT

Catherine Scott : Documentary Film making Masterclass

 

Saturday 25th August

1-2pm

 

 

We are thrilled to have experienced filmmaker Catherine Scott presenting a masterclass on documentary film making, following screenings of her new award-winning documentary Backtrack Boys at the Travelling Film Festival Huskisson.

 

Catherine Scott has worked internationally as a documentary filmmaker for over 20 years. Her films have been broadcast on SBS Australia, ABC TV, CBC Canada, PBS Television, Channel 4 and France 2. She was Senior Producer at SBS Dateline and Video Journalist on India's Love Detectives, Lycra in Africa and Chasing the Dragon, Producer, Being Me (Four Corners), Director/Co-producer of Scarlet Road, Director/Co-writer of Selling Sickness and Director/Co-producer of the Walkley award-winning Business Behind Bars and Profits of Punishment.

 

 

 

 

Entry is free, bookings are encouraged via email (enquiries@jbmm.asn.au) and phone (4441 5675).

Refreshments will be available for $5

KURT BRERETON

REPORT FROM THE LITTORAL ZONE

 

8th September  - 25th November

 

An immersive exhibition that explores the littoral zones, mangroves and endangered shorebird environments of the Shoalhaven. This multi-media installation includes paintings, fire art, sculpture and video by South Coast visual and digital media artist, Kurt Brereton.

 

EXHIBITION OPENING

1pm Saturday 8th September. All welcome. Please RSVP by calling 4441 5675.

 

MORNING MARKETS

FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST

8am-1pm

 

+ SPRING HANDMADE MARKET

The Jervis Bay Maritime Museum Spring Handmade Market is a special indoor, curated market event to celebrate artisans and designers creating beautiful handmade and locally produced products. Featuring ceramics, jewellery, body care products, art, stationery, homewares - and so much more!

 

The event is an opportunity for visitors to purchase unique and handmade Australian designed products, art and craft whilst enjoying the unique atmosphere of the Maritime Museum.

 

From April to September, enjoy a relaxed Saturday morning at our Morning Markets, with a variety of arts and crafts, home wares, local produce, and a range of food choices, including our fundraising BBQ.

 

If you are a market stall-holder who would like to join us at our market, please click on the following link: Expression of Interest

 

If you are a musician or band who is interested in playing at the markets, please click on the following link: Market Music

 

 

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Woollamia Rd, Huskisson, NSW, 2540

(02) 4441 5675

enquiries@jbmm.asn.au