The Glasshouse Regional Gallery are opening the doors to four new exhibitions in May, and we invite you to come and join us!
Calling all. This is our last cry before our eternal silence. This message sent by Morse code in 1997 was the poetic starting point for Angelica Mesiti as she embarked on creating her exciting new work: Relay League.
Reversal is a photographically-based installation that draws on Rose Macaulay’s 1953 book, Pleasure of Ruins.
Stokes spent time exploring Claude Monet sites, exploring parallels between these and Australian locations the exhibition explores drawing as a vehicle to interweave a connection between place and memory.
Gallery Entry is Free
Celebrating Aboriginal art and culture, on the Mid North Coast.
Free Gallery entry
Saltwater Freshwater Arts is a celebration of Aboriginal arts and culture from the Mid North Coast of NSW.
Gallery Entry is free
Two day workshop aimimg to interweave drawing processes and materials encouraging each participant to embrace and investigate a range of approaches to seeing and interpreting landscape in order to find their own meaning.
Accessible Art Tours provide a welcoming relaxed environment, helping enhancing connection to the exhibitions on display, while encouraging self-expression.
Each Saturday in June the gallery will run a series of casual drop in opportunities to collaborate on a concept driven weaving work that will travel with the exhibition.
Saltwater Freshwater Arts 2019: Aboriginal Art Award and Contemporary Cultural Objects exhibition is our inspiration and we will be using a broad range of materials including natural fibres to create unique artworks.
Immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture, with a weekend full of language, storytelling, exhibiting artists in residence, floor talks, meet the curator and much more…
Gallery and events are free
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