SEEN@Swansea

SEEN@Swansea hosts a series of exhibitions exploring Lake Macquarie’s history, community stories and treasures, as well as special shows on themes ranging from dinosaurs to recycled sculpture.

Applications to exhibit at SEEN are now open.


Now showing:

Cats and Dogs, All at Sea

Saturday 6 April - Sunday 2 June 2019

Where is the strangest place your pet has been photographed? This special exhibition from the Australian National Maritime Museum shows historic images from prolific Sydney photographer Sam Hood’s particular interest in recording not only the vessels that passed through Sydney Harbour in years gone by, but the lives of their crew and their seafaring pets.

Upcoming exhibitions:

Transformations: Art of the Scott Sisters

Saturday 8 - Sunday 21 June 2019

Harriet and Helena Scott were two of 19th-century Australia's most prominent natural history illustrators. Turn back the pages as you uncover the captivating story of these two extraordinary women, whose love of nature and tremendous skill in rendering its beauty enabled them to distinguish themselves amid the male-dominated world of 19th century science.


Location and opening hours

First floor mezzanine, The Swansea Centre

(opposite the Swansea library in the Swansea Centre)

Open 7 days, 10am-3pm

Page last updated: 23 May 2019