Gympie Regional Gallery

The Gympie Regional Gallery is housed in the beautiful and original School of Arts Building, built in 1905.

It is a community-oriented gallery, celebrating its own professional and amateur artists, as well as displaying a range of high quality exhibitions from around Australia.

We aim to promote the development of the arts as an integral part of the lives and industry of the local community bringing educational opportunities, cultural enrichment, economic and social benefits to the entire region.

Our vision is for the Gallery to be recognised by the region, as providing the community with accessible and exciting art, encouraging local artists and adding to the region's tourism potential.

The Gallery is located at 39 Nash Street, Gympie and open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

Contact us on (07) 5481 0733 or email gallery@gympie.qld.gov.au for more information.

The Gallery would like to acknowledge their major sponsor:

Gympie Times

What's on at the Gallery What's on at the Gallery

Browse the current exhibitions, workshops, discussions, performances and after-school activities below.

Please note that the Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday and is closed on Sunday and Monday - some events are displayed on these days in our calendar but should be ignored.

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Displaying 'August to December' Alerts/Events
 
Long Table Dinner: A Walk in New York with Ken Gailer - Gallery - General: 10 August 2018

Celebrate the achievements of local artist Ken Gailer for a sumptuous long table dinner. 

Untutored Life Drawing - Gallery - General: 14 August 2018

The human form has been a subject for artists since prehistoric times. 

 

Some Like it Hot - Gallery - Exhibition: 15 August 2018 to 8 September 2018

A collaborative exhibition of recent kiln, wood and raku fired artworks by the Cooloola Potters Group, originally founded in 1973 as the Gympie-Widgee Potters.

 

Art and Alzheimer's Gallery Tours - Gallery - General: 20 August 2018

Art and Alzheimer’s tours provide an opportunity to connect with the world in enriching and life-enhancing ways, as people living with Alzheimer’s can often feel isolated.

 

Untutored Life Drawing - Gallery - General: 28 August 2018

The human form has been a subject for artists since prehistoric times. 

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