ABOUT US

Oatley 101 is a large and progressive Art Society based in the St George area of Sydney since 1997.

We are dedicated to promoting art and artists in the community and all activities are held in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.

Please browse the website to see the range of activities that are offered;

  • Life Drawing
  • Portraiture
  • En Plein Air
  • Weekly Social Painting Days
  • Workshops
  • Demonstrations
  • and four exhibitions a year.

New Members from beginners to experienced are very welcome.

For the Membership Application Form please click HERE.

Our History

The Oatley 101 Society of Artists Inc. was inaugurated in October 1997 by six artists for the initial purpose of holding a monthly ‘gallery’ at which local artists would be invited to exhibit their work. It was named Gallery 101 Association.

In October 1998, the Gallery 101 Association became incorporated to meet the demands of the public and included Children’s Art Classes, Monthly Workshops, Demonstrations and a Life Drawing Group.

In 2000 the Association became the Oatley 101 Society of Artists Inc and now has approximately 180 members and continues to grow to meet the needs of artists in our community.

We were extremely proud, when in 2017, our Society won the Mark Coure MP, St George Community Award, which recognizes outstanding individuals and organisations in the St. George Area.

Oatley 101 Society of Artists is a Life Member of the Combined Art Societies of Sydney.

To view the CASS Website, click HERE

 

Our Committee

President:                       Jill Hamilton

Vice President:             Shirley Kane:                  Demonstration and Workshop Co-ordinator

Secretary:                       Robyn Riley                     Membership Officer

Treasurer:                      Freda Surgenor             

General Committee Members

Craft Co-ordinator:          Vicki Hazzard

Publicity Officer:               Shirley Hagarty

Public Officer:                    Steve Hobkirk

Committee Member:        Pam Luttrell

Committee Member:        Michael Dunn