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INFRACTIONS: closing event 10 April 2021

INFRACTIONS: closing event 10 April 2021

 

All are welcome to join Gooreng Gooreng Elders Juliri Ingra and Neola Savage, and Yallarm/Gladstone-born artist Rachel O'Reilly, as they present a Public Talk A MOVING IMAGE OF CLIMATE JUSTICE: ON COLLABORATION.

The Talk will be focused on the making of INFRACTIONS 2019, currently showing at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum.

The film platforms First Nations cultural workers’

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Closing days to prepare your application for RADF Round One 2020-21

Closing days to prepare your application for RADF Round One 2020-21

Gladstone Regional Council’s Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is accepting applications for individuals and local arts and cultural groups to apply for funding during the Round One 2020-21 window.

Applications close at 4pm on Friday, 26 March 2021 for projects that commence after 4 May 2021.

Short-term projects may be eligible for funding in the following categories: Developing Regional

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Showcase Launch Night

Showcase Launch Night

The GRAGM community is invited to an after-hours experience viewing the current exhibitions on display!

When: Friday 12th March
Time: 6pm - 7.30pm 

The exhibitions that are proudly showcased are:

- National Geographic Women: A Century of Change
- INFRACTIONS
- Now is the Time Kids on Tour
- Women's Own
- 2021 Celebrate Australia Primary School Art Competition

For more information call our friendly

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Artful Yoga is back

Artful Yoga is back

Artful Yoga will take place again throughout 2021 at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum!

These sessions are for anyone wishing to experience the mindful practice of yoga to enrich a healthier mind and body.

Join yoga instructor, Anita Rienks, for her April session.
WHEN
Thursday, 8 April 2021 at 5pm

WHERE
 

Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum

COST 

FREE

EXPERIENCE LEVEL 
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Expressions of Interest – Art Class Tutoring for Adults at GRAGM

Expressions of Interest – Art Class Tutoring for Adults at GRAGM

Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum (GRAGM) is seeking expressions of interest from artists, creatives, teachers, and/or enthusiasts to tutor classes for adults at GRAGM starting Term 2 (April 2021).

Potential tutors should have skills in the following broad areas: Painting, Drawing and Printmaking, Jewellery, Ceramics and Sculpture, Design, Textiles and Craft, Performing Arts, Creative

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Winners from Celebrate Australia Primary School Art Competition

Winners from Celebrate Australia Primary School Art Competition

Budding artists recognised at Council’s Australia Day Family Fun Day

As part of 2021 Australia Day celebrations, Gladstone Regional Council has announced the winners from the Celebrate Australia Primary School Art Competition.

Gladstone Region Deputy Mayor Kahn Goodluck said the winners were presented their prizes at Council’s free Australia Day Family Fun Day at Tannum Sands on 26 January.

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Intercity images 2021 - Calling for entries

Intercity images 2021 - Calling for entries

Have you snapped a memorable image of the Gladstone Region within the last 12 months? Don't leave them on your memory card or smartphone - enter them into the Intercity Images 2021: Gladstone Saiki Photographic Exchange!

Intercity Images is an annual cultural exchange between the citizens of the Gladstone Region and Saiki City, Japan, celebrating the unique lifestyle, people and environment of

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Gallery & Museum festive holiday hours

Gallery & Museum festive holiday hours

Management and staff wish to advise the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum will close for the festive holiday break, from 5pm, Thursday, 24 December 2020, reopening at 10am, Monday, 4 January 2021.

Further information on Gladstone Regional Council's venue and facilities operating hours during Christmas and New Year period is available online: 

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Expressions of Interest for Queensland’s First Highway Ephemeral Arts Exhibition Opens

Expressions of Interest for Queensland’s First Highway Ephemeral Arts Exhibition Opens

Wrapt in Mugul, Queensland’s first highway and rainforest exhibition is calling for expressions of interest from central Queensland artists.

The Wrapt in Mugul project will place five large scale artworks along a 30km stretch of the Bruce Highway between the small townships of Bororen and Miriam Vale.

A further ten artworks will be placed in the rainforest setting at the base of Mt Colosseum

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Expressions of Interest to Exhibit at GRAGM

Expressions of Interest to Exhibit at GRAGM

Call goes out for artists and creatives looking to exhibit at GRAGM

Have you ever wanted to have your artwork exhibited in a professional gallery?

Well now you have an opportunity to make it happen at Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum (GRAGM).

The team at GRAGM are calling for expressions of interest for artists and creatives to submit exhibition proposal ideas for the 2021/22