COMING IN AUGUST – City Collection Acquisitions & Gifts

COMING IN AUGUST – City Collection Acquisitions & Gifts

An exhibition of selected works purchased for the City of Greater Geraldton Art Collection from 2009 to present.

This diverse exhibition includes works by Olga Cironis, Paul Uhlmann, Marianne Penberty, Eveline Kotai, Gordon Barney, Dani Andree, Robert Cleworth, Tony Windburg, Biddy Timbinah, Mark Miragliotta and more.

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COMING IN AUGUST – Into the Woods by Olga Cironis

COMING IN AUGUST – Into the Woods by Olga Cironis

The exhibition title, “Into The Woods Alone” is based on her uncle’s worried response when she announced that she was to travel to remote villages in the mountainous region of Northern Greece where her mother and father were born, then to villages and townships in Czechoslovakia where as refugees from the Greek Civil War her family settled before arriving in Australia in late 1971.

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COMING IN AUGUST – There is Unrest in the Forest; There is Trouble in the Trees

COMING IN AUGUST – There is Unrest in the Forest; There is Trouble in the Trees

Rebecca Dagnall’s exhibition There is unrest in the forest; there is trouble in the trees shows expansive photographic works exploring the iconography of evil in the suburban cultural realm.

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Charity Variety Concert July 26 at the QPT

Charity Variety Concert July 26 at the QPT

With a little help from our friends… special guests Mia Royce and Aaron Willcox starts 7pm An evening of music and comedy performed by staff of the City of Greater Geraldton….. all proceeds donated to Foodbank Tickets: Adults $20.00 Concession $15.00 children U14 $10.00 with a special auction of a Beautiful Pearl pendant courtesy of Chimera Pearls and [...]

CLOSURE OF THE GERALDTON REGIONAL ART GALLERY – 12 May to 13 August 2014

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.