Art

Perc Tucker Regional Gallery is a dynamic visual arts centre with a significant collection of north Queensland art. Housed in one of Townsville's finest heritage buildings, the gallery has an exciting and diverse program of local, national and international exhibitions with a special focus on exhibitions featuring north Queensland artists. Five exhibition display areas, including two main floor spaces, enables the gallery to have a varied exhibition program that changes regularly throughout the year. Floor talks, lectures, education programs and performances of music, theatre and dance...
The Museum is housed in the old power-station building, situated directly opposite the peanut silos in the town's Heritage Precinct. Other historic displays are located in Shire's earliest Council chambers and in Carroll's Cottage (the first building constructed in Kingaroy).The Museum's collection includes machinery used in local agriculture and the district's peanut industry. There is also a collection of tools used in trades such as carpentry, blacksmithing, dairying and the timber industry, as well as household items. The Museum also holds photos and a limited local archival records.
Local council Art Gallery. Supporting Artists and craft people of the south Bucneil area. At any one time the gallery looks at 35 artists. The gallery conducts Workshops, Art Classes throughout the year. Also competition art from time to time.A collection building each year with many good pieces "Mary Edward Burnice - Eric Jollife - Herts Castons - David Bryce". Also ceramics and woodcarvings by David Bryce. Also the Bryce Archives (1916 - 2000).
The Institute of Modern Art is a Contemporary Art Space located in the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley. Our program features temporary exhibitions that change approximately every six weeks, in four galleries and a screening room. We also present lectures and artist talks, publish artist monographs, history and theory texts, and host artists in residence.Temporary exhibitions only - no collection
The Gallery is a regional gallery servicing the Chinchilla Shire. Exhibitions change monthly, most are locally curated exhibitions from solo art groups and professionally curated exhibitions from Arts West, Regional Galleries Association of Queensland, Australian War Memorial, Queensland Art Gallery etc. We also have a travelling exhibition; 'Chinchilla Gold'.The Gallery houses the shire collection which consists of oil, watercolour, pastel and charcoal paintings, photographs, wood objects and ceramics.
Global Arts Link (GAL) is Ipswich's dynamic, world-class art gallery and social history museum in the city's beautifully restored, heritage listed old town hall. GAL presents a range of visual arts exhibitions with entertaining and educational interpretation. Explore Ipswich's history in the Time Machine, world-class art in the CS Energy Gallery. Entertain the kids the in the Energex Children's Gallery - Lottie's Place, meet our Indigenous inhabitants in Making Tracks or just chill out in the Seven News Global Lounge. GAL offers something for yound and old, for the art enthusiast to the...
Caloundra Regional Art Gallery is a 'Category A' non-collecting gallery, curating and hiring exhibitions of national and international calibre. The Gallery's motto is 'Excellence, Education and Equity'.
Pinnacles Gallery offers an exciting and diverse public program with a strong community focus. Visual Arts, craft, social history and educational exhibitions - both local and touring - are presented on a regular basis, together with workshops, artists' talks, performances and other activities.Pinnacles Gallery has a small collection of works focussing on people, places and perceptions of Thuringowa. The collection is predominately contemporary visual art and is comprised of paintings, prints and works on paper.
QCA Gallery tours and generates significant exhibitions that reflect contemporary interests held by students, staff and researchers and builds around such projects an array of public events that facilitate wider discussion, critical insight and professional development opportunities.
Since their arrival in Brisbane on 10th May 1861, the Sisters of Mercy Brisbane Congregation have established a variety of significant health, education, and social welfare programs throughout the state - from Townsville in the north, to Roma in the west, and south to Stanthorpe on the border - and missions in Papua New Guinea and other overseas locations.

The Mercy Heritage Centre is dedicated to preserving the work of the Mercy Sisters, and their well-provenanced history, and maintains collections of relevant artefacts. We also serve as a contact for the Congregational...
Urrbrae House was built in 1890 for Mr Peter Waite by the Adelaide architect Charles Howard Marriott. It was the first house in Adelaide to have red roof tiles, and electric lighting, and it also had an extensive refrigeration plant. The house and grounds are available for public inspection. A museum which outlines the history of the Waite Institute is also being developed nearby.150,000 items including artefacts, photographs and archives
The University of South Australia Art Museum is one of a national group of university museums and galleries. The Art Museum presents original exhibitions of mostly contemporary art, craft and design, including architecture, as well as presenting touring exhibitions and conducting acquisition, publication and forum programs. The Museum works to enrich the University's educational contribution to its own student and academic communities and to strengthen the University's community role in fostering the arts.The University of South Australia Art Collection is is developed and managed through the...
The Museum is located in a former bakehouse comprising grocer's shop, dining room, kitchen, upstairs bedroom and parlour, wash house, underground bakery, implement sheds and portrait gallery. The bakehouse is a special feature and is historically very important.Approximately 800 items plus large quantity of photographs

This public gallery has a temporary exhibition program which changes monthly. Publishes Broadsheet, a contemporary visual art and culture quarterly magazine.

The gallery displays a collection of paintings by local artist's in varying mediums depicting subjects and local scenes of the Fleurieu Peninsula. The gallery is housed in a refurbished building, once a bakery, in a heritage area of what was once known as Port Victor.50-100 items
The hotel is a Heritage listed National Trust building. It has been completely restored and contains a museum, licensed restaurant, arts and crafts sales and tearoom. The bedroom, lounge and dining room house period furniture and framed portraits of local pioneers. A weatherboard building houses agricultural items of pioneers. There are also collection of pioneer family photographs, old magazines and catalogues, and bottles.300 items and 100 photographs
The Hahndorf Academy houses both a German migration museum and an art gallery. The gallery content os wholly South Australian with frequent exhibitions. The academy also has artist's studios with painters, jeweller, leadlight, paper and leather crafts people.The museum contains descriptions and artefacts from the migration of the first Germans in South Australia in 1839. Shipping logs, musical instruments, school items, farming equipment, dresses etc. Also a collection of orginal charcoal drawings from the fammous artist, Sir Hans Heysen, who lived in Hahndorf.
The Museum's collections focus on: the 1894 settler's cottage; the 1910 Congregational church and manse; the AMP Society Land Development; the Gold Escort Route of 1852; and the Wild Dog Fence which saved the fledgling colony of South Australia from failing.Approximately 1,000 items including a feral dog preserved by taxidermist, as well as photographs.
The home was built for William Moyle, a Cornwall engineer who operated the adjacent cordial factory and public baths. It is made of local stone with ironwork and illustrates turn of the century well-to-do living. The house is heritage listed and displays a wide range of collections, including period costumes, stained glass, furniture, household appliances, and a doll display. A brochure is available which provides fuller details.Thousands of artefacts including 1,000 pair of salt and pepper shakers, 2,500 dolls, 600 teddy bears
The Museum seeks to depict aspects of Lithuanian life and culture, particularly for the benefit of the younger generation. Exhibits include Lithuanian art and crafts, stamps, amber, artefacts and uniforms of free Lithuania's officials.2000 items, 1500 photographs, 2000 books and journals, 50 paintings

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