Sir Claude Hotchin donated 39 works to the Geraldton Town Council in 1959 and a further 4 works in 1962 including those by Hans Heysen, Kathleen O’Connor, Robert Campbell, Cyril Lander and Robert Juniper.
Hunting for Foxes, is a contemporary photography project that challenges long held stereotypes of women living in regional Australia. Join us on the journey as 50 women from the small rural community of Mullewa explore a fantasy side of themselves, an alter-ego, an element of themselves that may lay dormant, otherwise never given the opportunity to be explored.
Tilting at Windmills presents a series of exquisitely crafted three dimensional artworks, which explore the effects of communication difficulties for an individual in a society where information must be gathered and assimilated in overwhelming quantities.
Share your story – What does belonging in Geraldton mean to you Be part of a unique digital arts project Stories can be just a sentence, or longer insights inti the importance of place, work, family and friends. We look forward to hearing what living in Geraldton means to you. Where: The Wedge Building [...]
The Geraldton Regional Art Gallery will be closed from Monday 12 May until Wednesday 13 August while the replacement of the entire air-conditioning system is completed. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to your continued support when we reopen.