Programs & Events


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    Meeting monthly (3rd Wednesday of the month) 10.30am-11.30am, the local Learning & Life (people with disabilities) group visits the Gallery & Museum to try their hand at something fun and creative. 

    Cost is $2 per person, the art-making activities are provided and lead by a local artist or one of the Gallery & Museum staff members.

    Contact the Gallery & Museum on 4976 6766 or

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    Let your little adventurer experience art through play without worrying about the mess!

    Tuesday Art Play is tailored for children between 18 months to 5 years old, aimed at interactivity and visual art awareness, rather than creating a finished product. All materials provided; wear clothes that can get messy.

     

    10.30am–11.15am, Tuesdays, during school term

    $5 per child, per session (adults

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    Courageous Conversations aims to break down barriers and promote healthy discussions around topics shown in current exhibitions.
    Courageous Conversation inspired by LOVE BiTES
    All are welcome to join our first Courageous Conversation inspired by the current 'LOVE BiTES' exhibition.
    An open dialogue with Sergeant Vicki Dredge, and CEO of Women’s Health Trish Lisle, around domestic and family
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    Join Gladstone Regional Council's RADF Chair, Cr Glenn Churchill, committee members and successful recipients of Gladstone Regional Council's Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Round One 2021-22, in celebration from 10.30am, Saturday, 11 June 2022.

    The event includes book launch of Meet me at the Café by Paulette Flint, with guest speakers.

    RADF is Queensland Government and Gladstone Regional

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    In conjunction with the Gladstone NAIDOC Committee, join award winning multimedia artist Donna Maree Robinson, to learn how to use the iMotion app (on iPhones or iPads) to create an animated digital artwork based on your own illustrations. You'll also discover well as how to plan and project your work outdoors, as part of local NAIDOC Week (3-10 July 2022) celebrations.

    Further local NAIDOC Week

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