It's the final week to view images and plans for the proposed Narooma Arts and Community Centre.
The exhibition, located in the SoART Gallery, finishes this Friday, September 13, at 3pm.
"The vast majority of people who have visited the exhibition are excited by the vision and can't wait for it to be built," School of Arts president Jenni Bourke said.
"It will be a great boost for the town and enhance the School of Arts precinct, which also includes the Kinema, as an exciting Arts and community hub.
"It will also show what Narooma people can achieve."
Visitors have included Member for Eden Monaro Dr Mike Kelly, South East Arts General Manager Andrew Gray, and Kim Bush and Indi Carmichael from Eurobodalla Shire Council.
Mrs Bourke explained the plans are the culmination of a process begun in 2006 when artists first identified the need for more purpose-built arts and community spaces in Narooma.
"The planning and tireless work that's gone into bringing it from the original concept to this stage have been immense," she said.
She urged everyone interested to drop into the SoART Gallery this week to look at the plans.
Opening hours are Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10-3pm. The School of Arts intends to lodge the development application with the Eurobodalla Shire Council this week.