Tues - Fri: 10am- 4pm
Weekends & Public Holidays
11am - 3pm (except Christmas Day)

Artists & Artisans
Locally made art, gifts
and homewares

Any questions re. these workshops and groups, please utilise the "Message Host" button on the facebook page, Tilligerry Arts Group Inc.

Water Colour Workshop Paint a Simple Picture

Workshop: Introduction to Water Colour Painting

Facilitator: Di Swain

Date: Saturday, 29 June 2019

Time: 10am-12MD 

Cost: $30  

What the workshop will cover:

o   Applying washes;

o   Applying colour ‘wet on wet’;

o   Applying colour ‘dry on wet;’

o   Painting a simple picture.


o   Pencil, preferably 2B;

o   Eraser;

o   Palette or dinner plate;

o   Photograph or picture to paint - simple not complicated.


·      Brushes;

·      Tins for water;

·      Water colour paper;

·      Tracing paper;

·      Large brushes; 

·      Paints. 

*Participants are free to bring their own paints, brushes etc

Evaluation Sheet: Please complete at the end of the workshop.

For more information please go the Gallery or visit the facebook page and message host if you wish to register and pay online.


FELTING Workshop No 1Mosaic Felted Art Workshop: Scarf

 Venue: TBA

Time: 9am - 3.30pm

Date: Saturday 29 June, 2019 

Facillitator: Denise Hill

Cost: $70

What the workshop will cover: Each participant will go home with a scarf at the end of the day.


Students to bring: Old towels, old pantyhose, plastic bags, bowl/bucket, cake soap, scissors, 2 metre length x 40 cm wide bubble wrap (in one piece), netting (old curtain), half pool noodle, apron and lunch.

Students to wear sensible shoes.

Supplied: All fibre (students to tell workshop co-ordinator well before what colour they prefer); all silk fabric and embellishments.

Expect a Long day, lots of rolling (like rolling out masses of pastry).

Evaluation Sheet: Please complete at the end of the workshop.

Quilting Workshop: Make a Tote Bag

Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 9:30 AM – 4 PM

  •  Cost  · $40
An informative quilting workshop run by award winning quilter Wendy Nutt.
A fun way to make a tote bag that provides durability with good looks. Wendy will also have other samples of bags to give you ideas once you’ve mastered the basic skills.
For your fabrics, you may like to consider recycling clothing, household linens and fabrics left over from other projects.
The skills covered in the workshop are spray basting, colour combining, quilt as you go piecing, binding, decorative pleating, base board construction and handle making.
For more information or bookings please contact the TAG Gallery or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  OR GOT TO THE TAG FACEBOOK PAGE and message host for more info.,
*Please note Bookings Essential




awaiting new date.

 10.30am – 1.30pm   Cost $50

Facilitator Jan Freeman. 

This two day Workshop provides the opportunity to focus thoughtfully and closely upon flowers, fruits and features of plants.  Botanical painting is all about layering colours. An initial wash of paint will be put on paper:  Then paints are mixed.

Support will be given about where to start and when to stop, drying parts with hair dryer then stretching the painting once it is finished to remove “cockling” of the paper.

Jan is a member of BASA (Botanical Art Society of Australia), who have previously accepted her prints for sale at the Bi-annual exhibition at the Royal Botanical Gardens Melbourne.   She produces Botanical illustration of Flora and Fauna, all painted in non-toxic watercolour and/or Gouache, on Archival quality paper, using the finest artist quality “light fast” paints.


 Paper, Scissors - ROCK!   craft groups have been a flow on result from the 2018 workshops, with Leonie Tidey volunteering her time to facilitate a fortnightly group and also sharing her knowledge of Papercraft, to be held on 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month 10.00-12.30, to commence 6th February 2019 during school terms. Leonie has Papercraft supplies to purchase.

This group is designed to provide a venue for crafty people to meet and "do their thing" whether it be papercraft, crochet, knitting, beadwork, macrame, embroidery, weaving, or whatever other crafty thing you like to do, with like minded people. It will be self directed and open to those who are members /non-members alike.
Tea/coffee will be available - bring a treat to share! Come along and use this wonderful Gallery - it's for the community to enjoy. All are welcome.
 Creative Knitting Natters   2nd and 4th Wed of each month 10am-12.30, this group is for all those who love knitting, and is fascilitated by our President Sue McDonnell. All crafts are welcome on this day as well. Get started on a fabulous jumper in time for our event that is to be held on 19th July where you can show it off and maybe win a prize. The event is called Jumpers, Jokes and Jukeleles. Details as they are finalised will be on the facebook page.
Saturday June 8th 11am - 3pm.... take part in World Wide Knitting in Public Day at the gallery. Join Kim and Sue knitting outside if it's a lovely winters day.


School holiday children's art workshops will be run each school holidays. Look at this page and the facebook page for details. These holidays lessons have been held and enjoyed by all those who attended. Art Teacher, Donna Ling, conducts these classes.

Children's Papercraft Group will be return next school holidays, watch for dates on this site and/or the TAG Inc facebook page.Facilitator, Leonie Tidey, has many years experience in papercrafts, groups and classes and has taught calligraphy.The activities are suitable for primary age children. Last holidays, parents and carers assisted which made it possible for children of different ages to participate.TAG Gallery would like a gold coin donation towards overhead costs. Also, Leonie has an assortment of materials for sale that you can purchase from her.