Portrait photographs of Boyne Smelters Ltd. staff were taken in the workplace as a way of celebrating the efforts of employees. The outcome, published in 2016, was a photobook, Proud Working Men and Women of Boyne Smelters.
NAIDOC 2018: Art and Heritage from our Collection features the works from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists held in the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum collection. Works and stories we hold in trust.. Local artists featured include: Jarrod Beezley (Kabi Kabi), Patricia Coleman (Bailai (Byellee), Allen Craigie (Wangkamanal Kaantju), James Hurley (Gooreng Gooreng), Ron
An exhibition of contemporary paintings and sculptures that document a new art movement emerging from the Western Desert community of Warakurna. The works are the creative vision of a group of artists including Eunice Yunurupa Porter, Judith Yinyika Chambers, Jean Inyalanka Burke and Ken Shepherd.
Tommy Pau's exhibition of linocuts investigates the stories, iconography and methodology of traditional navigation by the stars of Torres Strait Islands.
This exhibition has been supported by the Queensland Government, the Australian Government Visual Arts and Craft Strategy and is being toured by Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts.
This year the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum is remembering three significant events from Australia’s military past: 100 years since the Battle of Villers-Bretonneux, France; the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic RAN and the 75th Anniversary of the Hellfire Pass and completion of the Thai-Burma Railway. The Gallery & Museum will also showcase the story of a local
A commemorative exhibition revisiting one of Gladstone’s most well-respected artists, Helmut Breckwoldt. Although 2018 marks twenty years since his passing, Breckwoldt’s works continue to resonate with our regional communities, particularly Gladstone. The exhibition has been prepared in collaboration with the artist’s family.
This exhibition by the late Queensland author and Illustrator Narelle Oliver (1960 -2016) shows the development of her last picture book. The exhibition is comprised of the works made for the book and a retrospective of her stunning illustrative style. Narelle began creating books using pure linocut and over time her craft evolved to include collage, frottage and mixed media.
Fragile Balance Exhibition is an artistic exploration by two local artists of the mangrove eco-systems and nearby environments in the Gladstone Harbour. Jeanette Albury and Rosemary Anderson have collaborated to explore the diversity of these waterways and depict the adaptation of its inhabitants.