Take a tour of the Glasshouse – come back stage and see firsthand the technical equipment and areas of a performing arts venue.
This exhibition features new works created by the celebrated Australian artists Wendy Sharpe and Bernard Ollis during their recent travels through Syria, Iran, Egypt, Morocco and Central Asia.
Free Gallery entry
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.
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
Reversal is a photographically-based installation that draws on Rose Macaulay’s 1953 book, Pleasure of Ruins.
The Luminosity team are excited to present an another action-packed three day event full of inspiring speakers at the top of their fields including marketing strategists, social entrepreneurs.
Accessible Art Tours provide a welcoming relaxed environment, helping enhancing connection to the exhibitions on display, while encouraging self-expression.
Every Friday you can enjoy an hour of music, and all for a donation with musicians ranging from 9 to 90, every week is different!
Gold coin donation
The Glasshouse Regional Gallery are opening the doors to two new exhibitions in July, and we invite you to come and join us!
Based on the 1952 MGM musical this classic musical comedy is light, fast, entertaining and really funny, with its priceless dialogue and upbeat, much loved score its designed to make you smile the whole way through.
John Mawurndjul AM is celebrated for his mastery of rarrk and his depiction of djang, a tradition shared by generations of Kuninjku artists.
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