Exhibitions

Exhibitions

The Gallery aims to meet the artistic and cultural needs of Geraldton, Greenough and Mid-West residents as well as state, national and international visitors who pass through the building every year. Annually the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery hosts some 25 art exhibitions on rotation through its four gallery spaces.

The Project Gallery and associated Gallery support contributes significantly to the professional development of contemporary visual arts and crafts in Geraldton and surrounding centres. The Project Gallery is designed for exhibiting works of contemporary art practice, particularly experimental and ‘cutting edge’ works, installations and performance based art. If you wish to exhibit your works in this Gallery please call the Art Gallery on (08) 9964 7170 for an application form. A $150.00 exhibitor’s fee is applicable.

Current Exhibitions

Seven Decades – City Collection

Seven Decades – City Collection

An exhibition of selected works from the City of Greater Geraldton Art Collection spanning seven decades.

The City of Geraldton Art Collection constitutes over 470 artworks and consists of a mixture of paintings, drawings, textiles, photography, sculpture and digital prints. There are four main areas of the Collection including the Sir Claude Hotchin’s Bequest, the Elizabeth Durack collection, the Norman Lindsay collection gifted from the Wingrove estate and a fourth area consisting of an eclectic mix of donations and purchases of traditional and contemporary Australian art

Into the Woods by Olga Cironis

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.

There is Unrest in the Forest; There is Trouble in the Trees

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.