Past Exhibitions


Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum (GRAGM) selects exhibition in several strategic ways that reflect community desires and tourism drivers, while maintaining our commitment to growing and developing regional creative talent.  We also introduce our audiences to cultural content from other regional and national centres to continue to broaden their knowledge and experiences.

If you're interested in exhibiting at GRAGM, visit http://gragm.qld.gov.au/about/exhibiting-at-gragm and complete an application form.  These are assessed by our curatorial team and selected based upon prescribed criteria.

 

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    A joint display of Japanese and Australian photographs by Saiki City and Gladstone Region residents, celebrating the unique lifestyle, people, and environment of the two Sister Cities. Images were selected as part of the Intercity Images Annual Photographic Exchange competition.

    This exhibition is presented in conjunction with the Gladstone Saiki Sister City Advisory Committee and supported by

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    An exhibition in celebration of the 100 Year Anniversary of the Larcom Lodge No. 293 (Mount Larcom).

    Immerse yourself in a re-creation of the Lodge interior, with objects donated by the Lodge to the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Collection.

     

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    6pm, Friday, 19 August

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    Hybrid Greening is a collaborative new work by two contemporary artists creating an immersive experience where traditional art form meets science and technology. Veronika Zeil and Nanette Balchin will present mosaic and textile installations, together with immersion into a familiar local ecosystem and abstract soundbites, offering possibilities to transform yourself through AR technology.

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    Journey back in time to when cameras and photographic development techniques were very different.

    This exhibition features a snap shot of camera equipment and images from the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Social History Collection.

     

    6pm, Friday, 10 June
    RSVP by 4.30pm, Tuesday, 7 June

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    A visual art exhibition by Wide Bay artists Jassy Watson & Gooreng Gooreng Woman Nicole Wone, who through a series of contemporary images explore connection to place and the idea of belonging and identity as seen through the landscape.

    This exhibition honours and celebrates not only the beauty of the ever- changing landscape from Bundaberg and beyond, but it acknowledges it’s rich cultural,

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    One of Australia’s most recognised photographic collectives, MAPgroup, has explored the lives and stories of refugees and asylum seekers through documentary photography.

    Beyond Borders is an exhibition of powerful photographs and multimedia stories which presents an alternative view on one of the nation’s most divisive issues.

     

    OFFICIAL OPENING

    6pm, Friday, 10 June
    RSVP by 4.30pm, Tuesday, 7

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    An exhibition profiling the art of First Nations People, heritage works, local voices and memories, as well as images and cultural connections from the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum collection.

    We acknowledge the Bailai, Gurang, Gooreng Gooreng and Taribelang Bunda people who are the traditional custodians of this land. We also pay respect to Elders both past, present and emerging.

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    The Art Gallery and Museum will be closed from Monday, 30 May for maintenance works, and will reopen 10am, Monday 6 June.

    Maintenance works include painting, cable installation and general repairs.

    It was decided that with the number of works being undertaken, it was in the best interests of public safety and visitor experience for the Gallery & Museum to close for the duration of the works.

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    Catch a glimpse into the lives of children in Japan through a variety of objects on display and free hands-on craft activities. 

    A Gladstone Saiki Sister City Advisory Committee initiative modelled on Japan’s centuries old annual Children’s Day.

    Saiki Children’s Family Fun Day, 10am-2pm, Saturday, 7 May.

     

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    On 19th February 1942 more than 188 Japanese aircraft attacked Darwin's harbour and airfield. It was the first and the largest foreign attack ever mounted on Australia.

    This exhibition commemorates the 80th anniversary of the bombing.

     

    While serving in the Australian Army, Corporal Max Martin Murchie wrote every day to his wife – over 600 letters were received and kept…

    On display are

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