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Art on Terrace Loxton







$10 per workshop
Maximum 10* participants per session

Over 15 years


To register for a workshop

or pick one up from the Loxton Library and Visitor Centre


Enquiries to Sonya at



Artist: Lyn Anstey
Venue: Studio, 64 East Terrace

Tme: 10am - 3pm (1 hour lunch break)

This basic acrylic painting workshop will take you through the fun process of creating a realistic beach scene. There'll be plenty of tips and techniques to start you on your artistic journey.



Artist: Romarie Barcelona
Venue: Loxton Library & Visitor Centre, 25A East Tce

Tme:  Two Sessions 10am - 12 noon or 12.30pm - 2pm


Transform an old book into beautiful 3 dimensional forms using the ancient art of origami and learn how to create amazing designs from thin strips of paper through Quilling.



Artist: Jacqui Mason
Venue: The roundabout, Loxton (previously Visitor Information Centre)

Tme: Two Sessions 10am - 12 noon and 1pm - 3pm


Join Jacqui for a relaxed approach to watercolour. Learn some new techniques and take home your own funky artwork to show off, along with some tips and tricks to get your own piece started.



Artist: Sally Mattner
Venue: Vaughans, 13 East Terrace

Tme: 10am -  3pm (1 hour lunch break)



Bring a piece of sentimental fabric like an old t-shirt, a favourite dress, baby clothes, an attempt at knitting, or even a broken beaded necklace and use it to decorate your own unique calico shopping bag.














August is Art month in Loxton!


Loxton becomes a vibrant combination of creativity, conversation and commerce during August, celebrating the arts and showcasing local talent.


arts on terrace

Sunday 11th August 2019
10am - 3pm


Art comes alive on Sunday 11th August for Arts on Terrace.  Talk to local artists as they share their knowledge and demonstrate their skills, working on individual pieces throughout East Terrace.  Participate in a variety of creative workshops in unusual locations within local businesses to discover and try alternate art forms, unlocking your own talent.  There is an activity for children as well to intrigue and encourage their own art journey.

Loxton’s vibrant shopping precinct will be open for a special Sunday trade so whether you are an art lover, creative type or bargain hunter, Loxton has it all for you.



Loxton art trail

Over 20 local businesses will become a progressive gallery during August. Wander through the following venues in East Terrace, Loxton’s unique village-style shopping precinct, to view an impressive collection of local masterpieces.









junk art



Sunday 11th August 2019


Create an amazing and inspiring sculpture using only recycled, reused, reclaimed, discarded or salvaged every-day materials.

Imagination and innovation are key to transforming plastic, metal, fabric, glass, wood...or any old junk into a unique sculpture.

Prize money totals $3000 over 6 categories and you can cast a vote for your own favourite piece in the People’s Choice Award.


Entries open 1st July and close 2nd August 2019


 'Junk Art - Conditions of Entry'

 'Junk Art - Entry Form'





While in Loxton, explore the public art around town.  The Sculpture Park is made of 16 historic Aleppo Pine trees shaped and carved into native animals, flora and fauna by Riverland artist Tim Baulderstone.  Or the more modern Counterbalance which was commissioned for Loxton’s Centenary in 2007, depicting balance between opposing forces and symbolising the strength of human spirit in the face of isolation, droughts, war and prejudice.


Counter Balance




For further information about this event, contact
Sonya Altschwager, Business & Events Manager, Loxton Chamber of Commerce
on 0427 064 825 or