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Cairns Regional Gallery is Far North Queensland’s only visual art museum and in 2005 it celebrates it’s 10th Birthday: a decade of documenting and presenting history, heritage and contemporary culture of this vast and distinctive region of Australia and the world through the visual arts, craft and design.

Housed in a refurbished heritage building in central Cairns, the Gallery incorporates four individual exhibition spaces inside the building, showcasing an average of 30 exhibitions per year, and featuring the work of national and international artists, with a strong focus on local and...
Contemporary Australian paintings, prints, drawings, mixed media, ceramics and sculpture, including works by William Robinson, Mandy Martin, Tom Risley, Joe Furlonger. Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works. Gold Coast Historical Collection. Evandale Sculpture Walk.Approximately 1,300 works of art
Social history displays of items of cultural and historic interest in a building of historic significance (former School of Arts - National Trust listed). Specialising in photographic displays with large collection of originals and copies. Also needlework and lace artefacts.3500 photographs and continually growing - predominantly on the Maryborough Burnett region, 3000 books, hundreds of files. Wedding gowns 1890-1910.
The museum is located in the former Sisters of Mercy convent erected in 1887-1889. Following restoration by the National Trust, the James Cook Museum was opened in 1970. A $2.3 million Commonwealth Federation Fund grant in 2001 has enabled a rear Gallery extension to be added and the interior displays updated.The new Endeavour Gallery contains the original anchor and cannon from Captain Cook's ship "Endeavour", plus detailed items relating to Cook's extended stay in Cooktown in 1770.The museum also contains other items from Cooktown's early history.Photographic collection of approx 2,000...
The Museum is housed in the upstairs portion of a heritage listed building, formerly the ambulance centre. Local arts and crafts are for sale, and the museum hosts workshops for a range of disciplines such as silver smithing, quilting, writing, pottery and painting.The museum's collection includes ambulance memorabilia and a bush nursing collection.
The museum building was formerly a Scared Heart Convent of the Sisters of Mercy; two story timber 15mts x 25mts, internal walls are stained with tongue and groove crow's ash (1946). Yarraman Railway Station (1913) and Arthur Brown's butcher shop (c.1920). The grounds contain a scrub/rainforest area, farm machinery, plant shade house, water wise garden and unique water tank system from convent days. The total area is 1.2 hectares.The collection started in October 1997. Yarraman Heritage Centre has a wide range of community involvement, manly because of the necessity to attract large fundings...
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...
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 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.
The Outback Regional Gallery was officially opened on 11 April 1998 during the Easter in the Outback celebrations marking the opening of the Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton.
The Outback Regional Gallery aims to enrich the cultural life of the community by presenting quality exhibitions from diverse sources, while promoting exhibiting opportunities for local and regional artists. The presentation and management of exhibition is carried out by professionally trained members of the Gallery Volunteers Group, drawn from the local community.
The Outback Regional Gallery is the only gallery in...
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.
We are situated on the main street in the Old Telegraph station c.1860. Focusing the history of the building and towns history. McKinlays artefacts (explorer)Small archival records, small collection of photographs, telegraphic memorabilia, household items. Gawler's early industrial era. General items of the towns businesses.
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
The Museum is housed in a former General Store and timber yard. The collection comprises machinery, tools, clothing, photographs and household goods used by early settlers in the district. Each summer holidays an exhibition is held in the museum as an added attraction.Approximately 2,000 items
Local history of the district from 1880. Special sections on agriculture, entertainment, sports, marine, schools, churches, transport, household items, photographs, maps and books. The museum if also responsible for the care of Stokes Methodist Church and Pioneer Women's Memorial. Caretakers of the Provis Memorial Park. Markers at the sites of early schools and other places of historical interest. Listing of the heritage listed buildings in the area.900 items, 450 photographs. Memorabilia of local - transport, churches, schools, shipping, shops, early settlers, agriculture, entertainment,...
A local and social history museum depicting the heritage of Wallaroo. Main themes: copper mining and smelting period (1861-1923) History of the port of Wallaroo since 1861. General local history - sport, entertainment, industry, civic affairs and religion. Located in the first post office building 1865-1910. Has been Museum building since 1975.Over 3,000 exhibits depict the Industrial, Mining, Smelting, Maritime and Social History of the port of Wallaroo. The Museum is also home to the former Tipara Reef Lighthouse (1877-1996) Re-located to the Museum in 2001.
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.
This privately owned tourist complex contains an extensive museum housed in 5 buildings with over 100 metres of glass show cases. Over 100 collection are featured, including displays of antiques, gemstones, butterflies, clocks, weapons, cameras, coins, birds eggs, badges, irons, bottles, fossils and shells. A feature of the complex is a display of local reptiles.120 varied collections
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