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.
An exhibition of paintings, film footage and sculptural installation examining migration by artist Deb Mostert. Imagery drawn from her family’s migration in the 1950s is overlaid with the migration stories of our shorebirds. This exhibition is supported with funding by Arts Queensland - Queensland Arts Showcase Program.
Submerged is presented by the Australian National Maritime Museum and the Australian Maritime Museum’s Council membership and is the result of a national project with workshops held across the country to develop the exhibition and to source shipwreck stories. Sixty-eight shipwreck stories were nominated by 46 maritime museums and heritage institutions from around Australia with 14 of the most
A presentation of the 13th 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.
Winners announced during Gladstone Regional Council's Australia Day celebrations,
This exhibition examines the often-forgotten stories of the Australian Peacekeepers, both past and present, with objects, images and memorabilia drawn from the Gallery & Museum’s historical collection as well as private loans from individuals in our community
Wetlanders is an exhibition of prints, artists’ books and drawings about the wetlands of Moreton Bay and the migratory shore birds that overwinter in the region every year.
Created by members of Migaloo Press Artist Collective, the exhibition examines the artists’ response to the importance of intertidal zones for these shorebirds’ diminishing feeding grounds.
The exhibition is inspired by the
Overwintering, is an artists’ book produced by Firestation Print Studio, Melbourne and Migaloo Press, Brisbane, which comprises thirty-two artist’s prints created in 2018. The organisers, Edith May, Jennifer Stuerzl and Sue Poggioli worked together to produce a book that features images of a wide range of migratory birds and the endangered habitats they need for their survival.
This exhibition surrounds you with the sights and sounds of birdlife found on Bimblebox Nature Refuge in Queensland. This unique installation combines artists’ prints, poetry, prose and musical interpretations of birdcalls contributed by over 450 people worldwide.
Each bird species found on Bimblebox is lovingly described by a writer, an artist and a musician. Musician’s bird calls and
Clay Stories is a significant survey exhibition of contemporary artworks in ceramics that have been created by both highly established and emerging Indigenous artists in remote parts of regional Australia.
The exhibition presents pieces that are both sculptural and vessel-based, with each body of work representative of the artists’ connection to Country and as a strong medium for story-telling.
Johanna DeMaine is an internationally recogised ceramicist whose passion for clay started in Gladstone in 1971 with the guidance of Jenny Elliot and Marilyn Haertel. After traveling overseas with her husband Ted, they settled back in Calliope in 1975 and built a house and studio establishing DeMaine Pottery. In 1981, with the help of a Crafts Board grant the studio and gallery relocated to