Exhibitions


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    A World View: The Tim Fairfax Gift is the story of a deep commitment to contemporary art and to the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern (QAGOMA). Since 2002, Tim Fairfax AC, has supported the acquisition of some of the most remarkable works. Reflecting this generosity, the regional touring exhibition presents works by renowned and emerging artists.

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    Presenting a series of artworks created by young children from Saiki City, Japan. This year we have fifteen entries on display from students aged 7 to 15 years. Schools include Saiki Elementary School, Aoyama Gakuin Elementary School, Kamikatata Elementary School, and Tsuruya Junior High School. 

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    Just in time for summer, By the Sea takes viewers on a nostalgic trip to the beach. Rediscover old photographs of Tannum Sands Beach, the Golding Bequest Seashell collection, repurposed fish-scale artworks and heritage surf lifesaving uniforms.

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    Art Of Agnes highlights the incredible skill and diversity of artists in the Agnes Water/1770 area.

    Well-known for its beaches and surf, the Discovery Coast is becoming a destination for artists to be inspired by the beautiful flora and fauna of the area.

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    The inaugural Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race was held in 1949.  2018 marks the 70th edition of the ocean classic.  This heritage exhibition showcases a selection of historical images and memorabilia throughout the years, from the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum collection, as well as items on loan from the community.

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    It’s one of the greatest survival stories of all time and now, over 100 years later, a new panel display on tour from the Australian National Maritime Museum invites visitors to walk in the footsteps of famous Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and discover his epic voyage of survival for themselves.

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    Over one hundred years ago – on 14 September 1914 - Australia’s first submarine AE1 disappeared while patrolling the seas near present day New Guinea. No trace of the vessel or its 35 hands has ever been found to this day.

    This story is now being told in War at Sea – the Navy in WWI an eight-panel exhibition on tour from the Australian National Maritime Museum.

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