Photographers of the Gladstone Region have captured the spirit of Central Queensland’s lifestyle, people and environment for the annual photographic exchange between the Sister Cities of Gladstone Region and Saiki City, Japan.
A Gladstone Saiki Sister City Advisory Committee initiative supported by Gladstone Regional Council.
Our Priceless Past has been celebrated virtually this year in conjunction with Gladstone Regional Council's online Seniors Week Celebrations.
Our Priceless Past is an annual exhibition, this year we are celebrating the past 21 years of seniors that have shaped our region.
A JamFactory touring exhibition of works made by leading South Australian glass blower Clare Belfrage. Assisted by the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia and the Australian Government through the Australian Council for the Arts, Contemporary Touring Initiative.
The Ken Done Gallery presents 'Paintings You Probably Haven’t Seen: Selected Works 2000 - 2017'
A collection of new portraits, personal and club memorabilia as well as video interviews, capturing moments and telling the stories of children from our region and the importance of sport and other activities to our community.
What is your background?
I am born in Taiwan. Married to my husband and moved to Gladstone in 2007. My family are all very artistic. Mum used
In 1949, the first stored-memory electronic computer in Australia was designed and built by CSIRO scientists. How have we progressed since then? This exhibition features objects from the Gallery & Museum collection of communication memorabilia.
The images below are of items within Gladstone Regional Art Gallery Museum’s collection.
Does your family own any items
An artistic exploration by two local artists, Jeanette Albury and Rosemary Anderson, of the mangrove eco-system and nearby environments in the Gladstone Harbour.
The Fragile Balance Exhibition held in 2018 was an artistic exploration of the mangrove eco-systems and nearby environments in the Gladstone Harbour. Jeanette Albury and Rosemary Anderson collaborated to explore the diversity of these
LOVE BiTES: Domestic Violence Prevention is a digital exhibition of works created in the LOVE BiTES Program since May 2018. This initiative aims to break down intergenerational cycles of domestic and family violence and stop the increasing rates of sexual assaults. The LOVE BiTES Program consists of interactive workshops on domestic and family violence awareness and sexual assault awareness and
This project is a community arts initiative developed by local artist Katrina Elliott and supported by the Community, Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service, Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum and The Art Gallery Gladstone Hospital.
The exhibition comprises of wonderful local stories from nurses and midwives, complemented by photographs and memorabilia. It provides an opportunity