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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    A collection of cherished and preloved children's toys, books and games, borrowed from the permanent collection and local families. 

     

    These precious and timeless items have been adored by many generations and will be sure to delight those who visit both young and old.

     

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    Introducing a diverse selection of artist's prints from the permanent collection. 


    Exploring images and issues through a variety of traditional and digital techniques.

     

    FREE PRINT MAKING WORKSHOPS: Friday 26 February 2016

    Turn a drawing of a familiar building into a print with help from experienced local artist and teacher during two FREE Workshops with Freedom of

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    Paintings, drawings, photographs, mixed media, installations and poetry by local artist, Jan Ross-Manley.

    Contemporary works inspired by life on the land, from early cattle stations to modern farming. 

     

    This exhibition received financial assistance from the Gladstone Region Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), a partnership between the Queensland Government and Gladstone Regional

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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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    Section 1: Easel Paintings
    Section 2: Works on Paper
    Section 3: Three Dimensional and Fibre Works
    Section 4: Digital Works



    A complete list of winners can be downloaded at the base of this page.


    2015 Judge: Mr Simon Wright.
      Simon has held programming, exhibition, curatorial and management positions in private, commercial, public gallery and museum realms since 1993. Currently he is the

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    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, Monday 31 August 2015

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    Selected works in all media by young artists 15 - 18 years of age. 


    Visitors to the exhibition are encouraged to vote for their favourite artwork to receive the ‘People’s Choice Award'.  The winner will be announced at the exhibition's conclusion and will become the face of all publicity materials for the following year's exhibition.


    Running annually for 21 years, this

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    Featuring the stories of local Special Seniors, prepared and presented by students of Toolooa State High School to celebrate Seniors Week Queensland (15-23 August 2015).

    Official opening and launch of the publication by Cr Gail Sellers, Mayor Gladstone Region and guest speakers, 1pm Thursday 20 August 2015. A light lunch will be served from 12pm.

    Nominated Seniors are over 70 years of

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    Saltwater Country is a travelling exhibition developed in partnership between Museums & Galleries Queensland and Gold Coast City Gallery. Curated by Michael Aird and Virginia Rigney. Saltwater Country has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body; and is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an

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    In 1988 Jim Wolfensohn (the Australian-born former president of the World Bank) generously donated funds to enable the National Gallery of Australia to buy museum-quality works of art to travel remote Australia as part of a unique exhibition program. In this program, a wide range of audiences, including those living with disability, are able to experience art first-hand, in a compelling

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