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.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST for the 2021 year have now closed. We'll be opening another round later in 2021 for 2022 calendar year. Thanks to all those artists and creatives who have submitted applications.
The 2020-21 print folio exchange Vie Du Pacifique III, is a continuation of the innovative Pacific Perimeter International print exchange series first conceived and initiated by Jenny Sanzaro-Nishimura in 2012 as Vie Du Pacifique – Pacific Life: Pacific Perimeter Print Exchange. The 2020-21 exchange is again curated under the umbrella of Migaloo Press and features the prints of artists from eight
An annual display and an initiative of the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum Society, supported by the late society patron, Mr Cyril Golding (1920 – 2012).
The exhibition offers young artists aged between 15 and 18 years old the unique opportunity to display their artwork in a professional gallery space.
Visitors are invited to vote for their favourite artwork and the selected work is
Award-winning Central Queensland artist, Elena Churilova, presents her exhibition “Mirages and Illusions” on display at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum.
The exhibition features scenes from around the Gladstone Region, interpreted in Elena’s distinctive style which combines reality and fantasy, with an extraordinary use of colour.
An exhibition of new works by Byellee artist Patricia Coleman expressing the artist’s interpretation of the Kardabai Region (Gladstone). Patricia has represented Byellee Country, Life and Language through her intricate dot and line work, using different colours to show the beauty of things important to her and the Byellee Nation.
This exhibition is a must-see for locals and visitors to the
In Locked Up and Laughing, Judith creates fantasies that come from within herself, constructed to tell a story of surviving pandemic lockdown on a Scottish island. Using photographic post-processing techniques, the images become an alternate reality, a temporary escape from the real world, where a focus on the natural environment counteracts a reality that has dismantled around us. Judith aims to
Over the Fence is a series of snap shots celebrating the beauty and wonder that exists in the natural environment viewed from the artist’s back fence. The images explore the seasonal changes and diversity in this borrowed landscape.
These works which are drawn from the nature reserve, depict areas of tall grasses, trees and foliage showing the range of species and the way they grow and coexist
Local artist Leanne Cole exhibits a study of the local beach and seas through lino print. The ever-changing moods of the sea from dawn to dusk, fine days to storms.
"I must go down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide
Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied”
from Sea Fever by John Masefield
Open Roads, Closed Borders, is an exhibition that rejoices in travelling our country's roads, exploring its vastness and diversity, while in a time of lockdowns and restrictions.
Looking out the window on an ever-changing landscape is one of the pleasures of the road trip and this series of work celebrates the freedom of the open road and the enjoyment found being emotionally and physically