Past Exhibitions


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    The 42nd Rio Tinto Martin Hanson Memorial Art Awards 2017, supported by local industry, business and the community.  Visitors are encouraged to take part in this year's QAL People's Choice Awards by voting at the kiosks available within the Gallery & Museum until 5pm, Thursday 30 November 2017. 

    The Art Awards will be judged in the following 4 categories:

    • Section 1: Easel Paintings
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    Selected works in all media by young artists 15 - 18 years of age. 

    Running annually for 23 years, the exhibition is an initiative of the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Society, supported by the late Society patron, Mr Cyril Golding (1920-2012). 

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    Featuring the stories of local Special Seniors, prepared and presented by Year 9 students of Tannum Sands State High School to celebrate Seniors Week in Queensland (19-27 August 2017).

    Official opening and launch of the publication by Cr Matt Burnett, Mayor Gladstone Region and guest speakers, 1pm Thursday 24 August 2017. A light lunch will be served from 12pm.

    Nominated Special Seniors are

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    A joint display of Japanese and Australian photographs by Saiki City and Gladstone Region citizens.

    The exhibition is presented in conjunction with the Gladstone Saiki Sister City Advisory Committee and supported by the Gladstone Regional Council.

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    Often fondly referred to as "The heart of Gladstone", Queensland Alumina Limited (QAL) will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in August 2017. Going strong since 1967, QAL has worked in partnership with the community since the beginning of construction until today to assist in the growth and development of the Gladstone Region.

     

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    Grounded, a commission by Glasgow Life for Festival 2014, XX Commonwealth Games, is the seventh exhibition in Judith Parrott’s Place Matters series. Grounded presents the outcome of two residencies; one in the Gaelic speaking Outer Hebrides of Scotland and the other with the Australian Aboriginal nations of the Central Australian desert and the plains of Western Queensland.

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    Award-winning artist, Beryl Wood, combines her love of art and fashion to present nineteen wearable-art garments.

    Wearable Art: Another corner of my mind is a touring exhibition from the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum.  It has been selected as one of the profile exhibitions at the Queensland Winter Craft Festival on show at the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery during July 2017.

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    In preparation for NAIDOC Week 2017, local Indigenous musicians collaborated with local photographer, William Debois. During the Autumn months, William was able to capture how music had the unique ability of harmoniously bringing family and friends together.

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    Familiar faces of both past and present Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Elders and their families are currently on display.  The exhibition showcases a section of Gooreng Gooreng, Byellee and Toolooa family photographs from the Gallery & Museum's historical archives.

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    Led by local artist, Katrina Elliott and facilitator, Melena McKeown, Four Yarns is a follow-on from The Link Project that began in 2009 as collaboration between older and younger generations of local Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island people. Four Yarns furthers its mission to instil the importance of sharing culture through oral history recordings. 

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