A joint display of Japanese and Australian photographs by Saiki City and Gladstone Region citizens. This exhibition is presented in conjunction with the Gladstone Saiki Sister City Advisory Committee and supported by the Gladstone Regional Council.
OFFICIAL EXHIBITION LAUNCH:
6pm, Friday, 23 August 2019 Light refreshments provided
RSVP by 5pm, Wednesday, 21 August 2019
EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY:
The Zonta Club of Gladstone Inc. is celebrating 100 years of Zonta International and 27 years of service to the Gladstone Region with a collection of local objects, images and memorabilia on show at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum.
Featuring the stories of local Special Seniors, prepared and presented by selected Year 8 and Year 9 students of Gladstone State High School, to celebrate Seniors Week in Queensland (17-25 August 2019).
Official opening and launch of the publication by Cr Matt Burnett, Mayor Gladstone Region and guest speakers, 1pm Thursday 22 August 2019. A light lunch will be served from 12pm.
An exhibition of new works, as well as a selection of lino prints and paintings by Jarrod Beezley (Kabi/Bundjalang). Artworks accompanied by their stories, and in recognition of the importance of language with First Nation Communities, will be shown in both the artist’s language and English.
6pm, Monday, 8 July 2019
Light refreshments provided, all welcome
RSVP by 5pm,
This exhibition includes detailed copies of Admiralty maps and drawings depicting the coast line of the East Coast of Australia and Port Curtis (Gladstone) from 1799. Also on display are surveyors’ street and locality maps of the Gladstone Regional Council area from 1853.
In collaboration with this exhibition an exciting public program has been organised: Maps & Music. Camerata -
The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum NAIDOC 2019 exhibition profiles art from First Nations Peoples, heritage works from the Gallery & Museum collection, as well as voices, memories, images and cultural connections.
Tony Albert’s 2006 photographic series 50perCENT, on loan from the Sunshine Coast Art Collection, managed by Caloundra Regional Gallery, forms part of the exhibition.
An exhibition of works created in the LOVE BiTES Program since May 2018 to now. Artworks by local high school students, shown on paper, canvas and via digital displays. The interactive program is a Respectful Relationships Education Program for young people aged 15-17 years. It consists of two interactive workshops: one on Relationship Violence, and one on Sex and Relationships, followed by