The Shellharbour Club supports the arts

The Shellharbour Club is throwing its wait behind the local art scene and will host the official opening of the inaugural Sculptures at Killalea festival in October.

Sculptor: Local artist Ian Bell is one of many taking part in the inaugural Sculptures at Killalea Festival in mid October. Picture: Greg Ellis.

Sculptor: Local artist Ian Bell is one of many taking part in the inaugural Sculptures at Killalea Festival in mid October. Picture: Greg Ellis.

The Shellharbour Club that recently celebrated its 60th anniversary is a major supporter of the event that will showcase 50 award winning artists and their works at The Farm. The plan is for it to become an annual festival.

It runs from October 13 to 16 in Killalea State Park and will welcome a mix of 3D and 2D artists, sculptors, local and aboriginal artists all vying for a share of more than $10,000 in prizes.

The Shellharbour Club is undergoing a major expansion that includes a new swim and fitness centre and childcare centre within 18 months and a new dining precinct by February.

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