Millhouse Art Society Member Activities

Millhouse Art Society members are artists who appreciate the companionship of like minded people who enjoy sharing their painting skills and knowledge with other members. 

Members are involved in regular weekly workshops at the Gallery and can be seen in and around Milton and Ulladulla painting plein air.  We run a number of additional workshops and demonstrations by invited artists to extend our members experience and knowledge.

Gallery Exhibitions

The society runs 4 seasonal exhibitions at the Millhouse Gallery throughout the year. At Christmas and Easter we run two additional exhibitions and you can view our members’ work at the Ulladulla Civic Centre. 

These exhibitions are a great way to purchase very reasonably priced artworks and support our local artists. 

The Millhouse Art Society raffles a beautiful painting at each of the Civic Centre exhibitions.  The artwork has been donated by one of our local artists.  The Society is delighted to be able to donate all money raised from the raffle to local charities.



Meetings are held at the Millhouse Art Gallery next to the Milton Library on the 3rd Monday of each month at 1pm. Come and join us for the next meeting and enjoy a cuppa and chat afterwards. New members are welcome to come along. Application forms are available at the gallery. 

Millhouse History

The Millhouse Art Society came to life in April 1974, when 19 interested students met at the home of Jean Hill, a talented and well known art teacher.  From there, they moved to the ‘Millhouse’, (opposite Ulladulla Harbour, site of the present Civic Centre).  Then, after 7 years, they moved to Kendall Cottage, Ulladulla.  As membership grew, the committee approached Council for a suitable space to rent.

In 1995 the TAFE building in Milton closed its doors.  The Society was delighted to be able to acquire rental of two rooms which they set up as a gallery to exhibit their works and conduct workshops.

The Millhouse Art Society has been running a successful gallery there with four exhibitions per year, which change at the beginning of each season.

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