Rosny Farm is the cultural centre of the City of Clarence. The site has important historical roots as a fine example of an early walled farmyard containing a beautiful heritage listed sandstone barn and farm cottage.
Within our unique gallery spaces an annual program of approximately 14 exhibitions is held in the Schoolhouse Gallery and Rosny Cottage at Rosny Farm. The program has features a vibrant mix of contemporary artists and community arts groups. Additional exhibitions are held in The Barn at Rosny Farm including larger scale exhibitions of contemporary art, installations and national touring activities in partnership with state based festivals such as Cygnet Folk Festival, Mona Foma and Ten Days on the Island.
Throughout the year Clarence City Council presents a range of performing arts activities including: music, theatre, dance, comedy, masterclasses and workshops. Throughout the year Council also co-presents performing arts with a range of producers from around the State. Past presenters include Second Echo and Terrapin.
During each school holiday period Clarence City Council hosts a range of popular and affordable arts based workshops. Activities in the past have included, drawing, acting, clay sculpting, cyanotype, drumming and circus skills.