Past

2022

STORYTELLING IN COLOUR

from The Riddoch Collection

15 - 30 Jan 2022
Cathleen Edkins Gallery

Exploring the exquisite colours and stories from The Riddoch’s collection of Aboriginal art. Image: Emily Kame Kngwarreye b.Circa 1910, d.1996, Utopia, Northern Territory Language... Read More


REMEMBERING THE FUTURE

Tim Gruchy

13 Nov 2021 - 30 Jan 2022
Main Gallery

Tim Gruchy’s extensive career spans the exploration and composition of immersive and interactive multimedia through installation, music and performance, whilst redefining it’s role and... Read More


CURIOUS MINDS: WOMEN OF THE SOUTH EAST

from The Riddoch Collection

5 February - 23 March 2022
Main Gallery

Curious Minds: Women of the South East is an exhibition that demonstrates and celebrates the enduring contribution women make to the arts and will feature... Read More


PETRICHOR

Georgia Button

5 February - 3 April 2022
Cathleen Edkins Gallery

The title ‘Petrichor’ refers to the specific smell of rain after a period of warm dry weather, often invoking visceral thoughts of summer. But... Read More


FAITHFUL GIFTS

Needham Art Prize Retrospective

9 April - 8 May 2022
Cathleen Edkins Gallery

The Needham Religious Art Prize was established in 1998 through the Anglican Parish of Mount Gambier, to encourage artists to interpret or portray an... Read More


SOUTH EAST ART SOCIETY – OPEN ART AWARDS 2022

Various artists

2 April - 8 May 2022
Main Gallery

South East Art Society Inc. (SEAS) encourages the practice of Visual Arts and their promotion throughout the Limestone Coast and surrounding regions. Now in... Read More


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Image: Belinda Bonney, Reconciliation of the Nation: we all walk together as one (detail)