The Bouddi Society is a community group which organises public events and publications aimed at displaying and fostering the artistic, educational and cultural life of the local community. The Bouddi Society administers the Bouddi Foundation for the Arts.
Concerts for 2019 to be announced
The Bouddi Foundation for the Arts invites young artists between the ages of 15-25 to apply for a grant to assist them in the furtherance of their artistic activities. For more information Click Here
Bouddi Photographs Past & Present
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ART SHOW A GREAT SUCCESS
Over the June long weekend in the Wagstaffe Hall, the Bouddi Society hosted an art show for artists living on the Bouddi Peninsular. It has been hailed by everyone as a great success.
There were 26 exhibiting artists that included both painters and crafts people. Ceramics, wood turning and leather were represented.
The total sales for the show exceeded $10,000, and there was a record level in door donations and in the purchase of raffle tickets. Overall the Bouddi Society made $3,500 from the show.
The art show was opened by John Bell who gave a very interesting and informative talk on the history of art which began in Italy in the Renaissance period starting in the 13th century.
The big winner for the weekend was Meg Lewer from Wagstaffe who sold one of her paintings for $1,600 and also won the 'Bells at Killcare' raffle prize.
The Bouddi Society would like to thank the exhibiting artists and the local community who helped to make this show so successful.
Click Here to view art show photos.