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.

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. 

 

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    Award-winning artist, Beryl Wood, combines her love of art and fashion to present twenty wearable-art garments. With a background in theatre and a fascination in dramatic costumes, Beryl has created works of art with wearability in mind. Playfully inspired by the world around us, each garment's individual theme is represented through her method of making and fabric choice. From recycled objects,

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    A presentation of the 11th annual Celebrate Australia Primary School Art Competition entries.

    This competition encourages Gladstone Region students to think about an aspect of Australia they believe is really important to them and put their creativity to work using pen, paint, collage or other media on A4 paper.

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    Presenting a series of artworks created by young children from Saiki City, Japan.

    This annual exhibition is a Gladstone Saiki City Sister City cultural exchange program.

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    An exhibition of paintings around the concept of chairs as a metaphor for the support, family gatherings, comfort, home and relaxation that enables Peter to fulfil his dreams.

    A chair’s function is not just to provide a place to sit; it is to provide a medium for self-expression. Chairs are about status … or signalling something about oneself.” [Evan Davis].

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    Works by Felicia Lloyd and Belynda (Bindi) Waugh

    Two regional artists, one indigenous and one non indigenous, both considering contemporary issues from new perspectives using images and text. Questions are posed and ideals are examined in the forum of traditional and digital prints, video works, installation, paintings and drawings.

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    Nissen huts, boiled mutton, bottled milk and helping hands. For many migrants after World War II, for better or worse, hostels were their first ‘homes’. Rekindle memories with vivid photographs of life in Australia’s migrant hostels.

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    To celebrate the Tattersall’s Club’s 150th anniversary and 25 years of their national Landscape Art Prize, 15 Award winning works from their collection are touring Regional Queensland. The selected works have been chosen because of their connection to the State and collectively present a diversity of ways of viewing and interpreting the landscape. The exhibition features a range of painting

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    The Queensland Country Women's Association (QCWA) are holding their annual state conference  in Gladstone from 24 - 28 October 2016. The Port Curtis Division have been selected to host this year's conference at the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre where approximately 500 women from around the State are expected to attend. To celebrate this special event, the Gallery & Museum have put

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