The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum houses an extensive and diverse Collection of artworks, objects, and resources. Split into two departments, 'Art' and 'Heritage', these large Collections are continually growing with additions from annual competitions, acquisitions, gifts, bequests, and donations.
The Heritage Collection includes articles, photographs and objects of cultural significance to the Gladstone Region while the Art Collection showcases works by local artists, as well as other seminal works by well-known Australian and International artists.
The Gladstone Region is home to a large collection of Public Art pieces. In some cases, these works are maintained and safeguarded by the Gallery & Museum on behalf of the community.
The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum is continually adding new items to the Art and Heritage Collections. If you have any item/s that you feel may be of value to the Collection, or if you would like to offer a financial gift, bequest or donation (outright or through the Cultural Gifts Program: www.arts.gov.au/cgp) please contact us to organise a meeting with the Curator or Heritage Officer to discuss donating options.
Unfortunately, the Gallery & Museum does not have a conservator or valuer on staff. If you are looking for assistance in these areas, we recommend using the State and National Government approved List of Approved Valuers available online at www.arts.gov.au/cgp
The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum respects the rights of all artists and copyright holders. No image may be reproduced, transmitted or copied without permission. Contravention is an infringement of Australia's Copyright Act 1968. Requests for reproduction and publication of the Gallery & Museum's Collection items should be referred to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are an artist whose work is included within the collection, please keep your contact details updated with the Gallery & Museum so that any reproduction and copyright concerns can be easily discussed with you.
If you have any copyright questions, visit the Australian Copyright Council website: http://www.copyright.org.au
We respectfully advise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples that this site may include images or intellectual property that may be of a sensitive nature.