Walawaani Njindiwaan.
Ngayaga bundj nguumbun muladha gumara muruul yuwinj wanggan njin dhugandha.


We recognise Aboriginal peoples as the first people and custodians of Country.

South East Centre for Contemporary 
Art acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional custodians of the lands, waterways and airspace of the Bega Valley Shire.


SECCA receives no funding for the acquisition of artworks. The money and support you provide is vital to grow our collections and continue our ambitious exhibitions and programs.
Matthew Johnson, Aqua Lacuna  (after Gabo), 2012, acrylic on canvas, 170 x 150cm Donated to the collection through The Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program

When you donate to SECCA, you help celebrate the work of local, national and international artists and support our belief that art is for everyone in our community. With your contribution, SECCA brings exceptional exhibitions of contemporary art and a variety of creative learning programs  to as many people as possible.

Your donation is given back to our community by:

  • Connecting children, young people, and adults with disability or access requirements to contemporary art exhibitions and workshops
  • Providing creative learning programs to promote equitable access for students across the wider south east region
  • Supporting local artists and creatives through providing pathways for them to present events, workshops, tours, and digital content to a wider audience
  • Purchasing of contemporary Australian art to hold on behalf of the community

For over 30 years, SECCA has transformed lives through creativity and contemporary art. Show your support today and help us continue our exhibitions and creative learning programs for the years to come. All donations make a difference, and any amount is greatly appreciated.

SECCA is a registered charity, and donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

SECCA has deductible gift recipient status (DGR) with the ATO. ABN. 26 987 935 332

SECCA is endorsed to accept gifts through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program. The program allows donors to donate artworks to public art galleries and receive a tax benefit which may be apportioned over a five year period.

To discuss your giving needs and options, get in touch.

+61 2 6499 2222

Julian Meagher, (From left – right) Inlet #13, Inlet #14, Inlet #9 all 2017, all oil on linen, all 152 x 122cm Donated by the artist through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gift Program.