BRAG proudly supports the activities of its members from auspicing their grant applications, to the exhibition of their works, to participation in the Two Fires Festival which honors Judith Wright, to stage musicals performed by the local school.
The BRAG Members' Exhibition held each year during the Easter long weekend draws many visitors to the area and receives critical acclaim. Its exhibitors range from world renown artists to first works by future artists now only of school age.
BRAG is the proud owner of the Braidwood Community Arts Centre; it acts as a focus for its activities and contribute to Braidwood's economy.
The Braidwood Community Arts Centre is available for public hire.
It offers a Main Gallery (the front room), Workshop Space (at the rear) and the Long Gallery (at the side).
While BCAC has a kitchen and tea making facilities, it provides crockery and cutlery, it does not have facilities or cooking. We can recommend catering providers should you wish.
Alcohol can NOT be sold by any hirer but may serve complimentary drinks at their event. BRAG can serve and sell alcohol [Subject to agreement with the hirer] at special events, openings or other occasions for the purpose of fundraising, in accordance with its Restricted Alcohol Licence.
45 Wallace Street Braidwood NSW 2622
Contact us for enquiries, booking, exhibitions or events.