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.
This exhibition highlights the evolving use of moving images within the art world. From the early 1970s works by cutting edge experimental makers through to the current crop of digital artists, these works push into the realms of moving images, stills, sounds and digital imagery - highlighting making art through to the now common use of film, both video and digital, and the manipulation of
Presentation of the 8th annual Celebrate Australia Primary School Art Competition entries.
A colourful and imaginative exhibition of paintings, drawings and collages on display.
Winners announced at the Gladstone Marina during Gladstone Regional Council's Australia Day celebrations, 3pm to 7pm Sunday, 26 January 2014.
Wander through historical documents, photographs, maps, letters and other items from the Gallery/Museum's permanent collection and learn about the old 'Colony of North Australia'.
The area once comprised of all land in the Northern Territory as well as the present State of Queensland, with its capital being Port Curtis (now known as Gladstone).
Showcases the late William Golding's extensive private collection. This fascinating exhibition of the original 'Mr Gladstone's' collection gathered during his travels abroad and in Australia, offers viewers a glimpse into one of Gladstone's most prominent and much loved figures.
Featuring kitsch ornaments, intricate oil paintings and a large variety of copper bells, the bric-a-brac
Brisbane-born painter and draftsman Lloyd Rees (1895 – 1988) is one of Australia’s most recognised and awarded landscape painters. The exhibition examines his focus on the effects of light on varied subject matters, including architecture, interiors, landscapes, figures and self-portraits. Honouring the important connection Lloyd Rees had with Queensland, especially in his
Presenting artworks created by children from Saiki City, Japan.
A Gladstone Saiki Sister City cultural exchange exhibition.
The Gallery/Museum is excited to announce an online version of this exhibition is now available to view.
Download the link below to explore.
This is the first exhibition in an alternate biennial series to the hugely successful Living Treasures series, where the emphasis within the exhibition will be on the material (clay) rather than a singular artist.
Assisted by Visions Australia and toured by Object Australian Centre for Craft and Design.
The 38th Annual Art Awards supported by local industry and the community.
SUBMISSION OF 2013 ART AWARD ENTRIES:
Wednesday 30 October – Saturday 2 November
GALLERY/MUSEUM CLOSED FOR INSTALLATION:
Monday 4 November - Friday 8 November
Saturday 9 November 2013
Featuring the stories of local Special Seniors, prepared and presented by Year 8 students of Miriam Vale State School, to celebrate Seniors Week Queensland (17-25 August 2013).
Official opening and launch of the publication by Cr Gail Sellers, Mayor Gladstone Region and guest speakers, 1pm Tuesday 8 October 2013. A light lunch will be served from 12pm.
Nominated Seniors are over 70