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Arts Learning Opportunities in the Gladstone Region

The Gladstone Region has a diverse range of art making opportunties for locals and visitors, alike. Download a copy of the latest brochure here and get creative!... Full Story

Calling for Volunteers!

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Connecting Arts with Curriculum Professional Development workshops

Artists and primary/middle-school teachers are invited to join us for Flying Arts’ innovative Connecting Arts with School Curriculum (CASC) seminar at Gladstone Regional Gallery and Museum. Both educators and artists will come away with new ski... Full Story

Eco-Filming with local artist Felicia Lloyd

This year's EcoFest theme is 'Small Change Creates Real Change', highlighting how the community can help the environment by making small lifestyle changes.   In celebration of the 2016 theme, local artist Felicia Lloyd will be in residence at ... Full Story

Friends in Art

  A friendly group of artists, ranging from complete beginners to the more experienced, who meet weekly at the Gallery & Museum to participate in lessons planned by the group as a whole in a social environment.  The social group of art... Full Story

Join the GRAGM Society

Help support the development of art, cultural, historical and heritage appreciation in the Gladstone Region by becoming a member of the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Society.   Download a membership form below:... Full Story

Learning & Life Group

  Meeting monthly (3rd Wednesday of the month, except January), the local Learning and Life (special needs) group visits the Gallery & Museum to try their hand at something fun and creative.  The art-making activities are provide... Full Story

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MEDIA RELEASE_ Eco-Filming with local artist, Felicia Lloyd

Take the opportunity to head out to the Tondoon Botanic Gardens from 9am to 3pm this Sunday June 5, for plenty of eco-friendly opportunities, during Gladstone Regional Council's annual EcoFest celebrations.   This year's EcoFest theme is 'Smal... Full Story

MEDIA RELEASE_ Floor Walk of 'Industrial Fibre, Fibre and Industry'

When trying to depict heavy industry through art, perhaps weaving and sewing aren’t your first choices. However, local artist, Lidia Godijn, has done just that in her outstanding exhibition currently on display at the Gladstone Regional Art Gal... Full Story

MEDIA RELEASE_ Funding Opportunity

The Gladstone Region Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is calling on local groups or individuals to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for their upcoming arts and culture projects that begin after August 1.   Submit an EOI by 5pm Tuesd... Full Story

MEDIA RELEASE_ Learning about Japanese culture through craft and hands on activities

Staff and volunteers from the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum are gearing up for this year's 'Saiki Children's Day'.  Hundreds of primary school aged children are expected to walk thought the doors between 10am and 1pm Friday 27 May,... Full Story

MEDIA RELEASE_ Students explore important topics through art

May is 'Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month'.  To raise awareness of these issues within the Gladstone Region, the LOVE BiTES Program was started by the Coordinated Community Response to Domestic and Family Violence Committee (CCRDFV).... Full Story

Exhibitions

Industrial Fibre, Fibre and Industry

An installation of fibre works exploring the diverse colours, reflections and shapes of industry. Local artist, Lidia Godijn has created a body of work which reflects the heavy industry in the Gladstone Region through the eyes of a fibre artist.  The works are constructed in the very traditional ways of loom weaving, sewing and stitching.&nbs... Full Story

LOVE BiTES

An exhibition of works created since May 2015 to now, in the LOVE BiTES Program.  Over 350 artworks by local highschoolers, shown on paper, canvas and via digital displays, are included in the 2016 exhibition.   An initiative of CCRDFV (Coordinated Community Response to Domestic and Family Violence), the LOVE BiTES Program teaches ... Full Story

2016 Saiki Children's Day

A Gladstone Saiki Sister City Advisory Committee initiative, modelled on Japan’s centuries old annual Children’s Day, offering Gladstone Region’s children a glimpse into the lives of their Japanese peers, through a variety of hands-on craft activities.    This is the 6th year this FREE annual event has run at the Galle... Full Story

Essential Services - Ambulances, Fire, Police

Join us for a retrospective look at Gladstone's Health, Fire and Police Services and discover a time when the local vet was also the town's doctor and dentist.   Explore the colourful history of these essential town services and see how they have vastly changed from the local facilities we know and use today.  Photographs and objects fr... Full Story

Community Elders, Past and Present

A selection of photographs from the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum historical archives of local Community Elders.   On display during NAIDOC Week:  3 - 10 July 2016... Full Story

My Country, I still call Australia Home: Contemporary Art from Black Australia

Works by Queensland Indigenous artists from the Queensland Art Gallery’s extensive Collection.  The exhibition examines the associations and interpretations Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists have to country (land and nation) and features more than 25 works by 20 artists.   The exhibition includes artworks from the Gall... Full Story

22 Years of Golding Showcase: Port Curtis Callide Valley Youth Art Exhibition

Selected works in all media by young artists 15 - 18 years of age.    Visitors to the exhibition are encouraged to vote for their favourite artwork to receive the ‘People’s Choice Award'.  The winner will be announced at the exhibition's conclusion and will become the face of all publicity materials for the following ye... Full Story

Curtis Coast Literary Carnivale: The Picture Book Art of Gregg Dreise, Dave Hackett and Lucia Masciullo

An exhibition of original illustrations and displays by well-known children's book illustrators, Gregg Dreise, Dave Hackett and Lucia Masciullo. Presented by the Curtis Coast Literary Carnivale and the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum.   Official exhibition launch: 6pm, Monday 25 July 2016   There are a number of events and... Full Story