This exhibition brings together works from the Campbelltown City Council's permanent collection selected by the Councillors of Campbelltown.
Referencing a common phrase used by Councillors at Council Meetings, a ‘Notice of Motion’ is a request for action to be made regarding any matter that is relevant to the people living within a given Council or Local Government Area. Currently, more than 180,000 people across 33 suburbs call Campbelltown home, making it one of the 10 largest Local Government authorities in New South Wales.
Featuring a selection of artworks from as early as 1960 to as recent as 2014, the exhibition consists of a variety of artists, mediums and subjects. Most notably, this eclectic exhibition embraces the diverse interests and important issues of the rapidly changing and growing region of Campbelltown as advocated by their Councillors.