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Caroline Hills Winery

A special offer from The Riddoch’s 2019 Hospitality Partner   Are you looking for elegant, cost effective Christmas gifts for your family or your... Read More


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Creative Arts Fund now open

The City of Mount Gambier Creative Arts Fund is now open for applications with a total of $25,000 available to local artists and not-for-profit organisations... Read More


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Ancient Rome program of activities

The Riddoch Art Gallery is hosting the spirit of Rome in Mount Gambier with the award-winning exhibition Ancient Rome: The Empire that Shaped the... Read More


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VIP Gala a success!

The Ancient Rome VIP Gala preview night saw over 130 guests, sponsors and volunteers treated to an exclusive preview of the exhibition, with performances... Read More


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Exquisite virtual reality work coming to the Riddoch

In a moonlit backyard a mythical game of cricket is being played between two boys. Over the course of the game, we contemplate the... Read More


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Educators Event – Play On: The art of sport

For the first time the Riddoch Art Gallery will be holding a professional development Educators Event for teachers on the current exhibition Play On:... Read More


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Volunteer Call Out

THE ROMANS ARE COMING AND WE NEED HELP! Presented by the Riddoch Art Gallery, exclusively to South Australian audiences, Ancient Rome: The Empire that... Read More


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New website launched

Welcome to the Riddoch Art Gallery and Main Corner Complex! Phew, what a mouthful! But good things come in mighty packages and that’s what... Read More


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