Exhibitions

Featured Exhibitions

Feb 17, 2024Mar 16, 2024

Dancing in the Moonlight
Ian Thomas

A celebration of our vibrant and diverse queer community, an ode to the joy and resilience that binds us under the moonlit sky. It honours the power of love and the solidarity that emerges from shared experiences.

Feb 3, 2024Mar 23, 2024

Earth Matter
Group Show

This exhibition brings together six local artists, Penny Evans, Kay Lee Williams, Kat Shapiro-Wood, Lae Oldmeadow, Betty Russ, and Charlotte Haywood, who use materials and processes from the natural world exploring a range of ideas from reflection on the beauty and logic of the natural world to more direct activism.

Mar 23, 2024Apr 20, 2024

Unfinished Business
David Morgan

Local artist David Morgan seeks to raise questions about Australia's great unfinished business through the medium of artist books. How can we address the on-going injustice of Indigenous dispossession and all the ills that accompany this history?

Feb 17, 2024Apr 28, 2024

339 Steps...
Cher Breeze

Tracing the footsteps of her forbears through the back alleys and cemeteries of Sydney. 339 Steps… responds to these observations and memories, finding meaning, expression, and empathy for the human condition in mark-making.

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Feb 2, 2024Feb 28, 2024

Modern Spaces
Group Show

MODERN SPACES is a selection of new works by Tweed Shire based artists, Kylie Findlay, Samara Bult, Josette MacPherson, Megan Cochran, Steve Skinner and Jenna-Lee Joy working in larger scales to create statement pieces.

Feb 8, 2024Feb 29, 2024

Island Dream
Kristie Vaughan

Vaughans new works navigate the subtle nuances of changing light and colour whilst capturing the beauty found in life’s imperfections and connection to balmy Australian summers.

Feb 14, 2024Mar 3, 2024

Pattern Pattern
Group Show

An exhibition exploring the theme of pattern with artworks by Annie Monks, Bianca Hayden, Emma Lang and Swerve Harris at the Levee Lounge & Bar, Lismore.

Dec 1, 2023Mar 3, 2024

Vanishing Point
Andrea Portela Moreno

The first solo exhibition by emerging Northern Rivers artist Andrea Portela Moreno. Her large-scale perspective paintings explore the vanishing point as a visual and conceptual point of mystery, questioning the hidden narratives that lie beyond the horizon.

Dec 1, 2023Mar 3, 2024

Murmurs from Nowhere
Grace Fayrer

The first solo exhibition by emerging artist Grace Fayrer. The works explore the interaction between digital projection and sculptural structures. They consider the nuanced relationship between form and framework, and in doing so, contemplate the subtlety of boundaries.

Mar 8, 2024Mar 15, 2024

Other Spaces - Fabien Garcia
Fabien Garcia

Gallery 3 Presents Other Spaces - an odyssey into the landscapes envisioned by French artist Fabien Garcia. With a surreal twist, he beckons us to meander through these ethereal realms. Embracing figuration,

Feb 23, 2024Mar 15, 2024

The Art of Woman
Group Show

A group show by Artists who identify as women. Featuring local emerging artists of the Northern Rivers. This diverse and exciting exhibition is being held in conjunction with International Women's Day and the Lismore Women's Festival 2024.

Feb 17, 2024Mar 16, 2024

Dancing in the Moonlight
Ian Thomas

A celebration of our vibrant and diverse queer community, an ode to the joy and resilience that binds us under the moonlit sky. It honours the power of love and the solidarity that emerges from shared experiences.

Mar 17, 2024Mar 22, 2024

This Heart is a Lonely Hunter
Monica Buscarino

A collection of analog photos and typewriter thoughts from Buscarino's desert escapades over the last few years—finding moments of contemplation and immersion in the intricate interplay of existence and time.

Dec 5, 2023Mar 23, 2024

Game On
Group Show

Get ready to embark on a thrilling journey through time and nostalgia at the "Game On" exhibition! Step into a captivating world where childhood memories come to life, featuring a treasure trove of over 200 vintage toys spanning from the early 1900s to the 1980s.

Feb 3, 2024Mar 23, 2024

Earth Matter
Group Show

This exhibition brings together six local artists, Penny Evans, Kay Lee Williams, Kat Shapiro-Wood, Lae Oldmeadow, Betty Russ, and Charlotte Haywood, who use materials and processes from the natural world exploring a range of ideas from reflection on the beauty and logic of the natural world to more direct activism.

Aug 7, 2023Mar 23, 2024

Supertonic
Group Show

Supertonic, a multi-sensory music exhibition, which uses augmented reality to enhance experience explores the vibrant musical world of the Northern Rivers and Gold Coast region through recordings, scores, instruments, sounds and stories of people creating music.

Feb 23, 2024Mar 24, 2024

YOLO
Myra James

A collection of over 50 thought provoking exhibits, primarily paintings, aimed at young and learner drivers. 'You Only Live Once' captures the risks of poor driving behaviour, shedding light on potential consequences, from bad habits to distractions.

Mar 1, 2024Mar 30, 2024

'WARABA' Group Show
Group Show

'WARABA' is a group show Sunny Martin Willoughby, Nathan Dawson & Anne-Marie Dineen. Opening night Friday March 1st, 5-9pm. Exhibition runs until Saturday 30 March, 2pm. Flourish Gallery hours: Wednesday to Friday 10am - 4pm Saturday 10am - 2pm

Oct 20, 2023Mar 31, 2024

Bring It On Home
Group Show

Bring It On Home is an invitation to everyone in the Northern Rivers to think about housing beyond their doorstep, to learn what we have around here and, more importantly, what's missing.

Nov 3, 2023Apr 7, 2024

The Immortal Poet
Group Show

The figurative works of Garry Shead held within the Tweed Regional Gallery are rich in allegories and metaphors for the transience of life. The Immortal Poet presents a selection of Shead’s etchings and includes his series on the literary icon and fictious Australian poet, Ern Malley.

Mar 23, 2024Apr 20, 2024

Unfinished Business
David Morgan

Local artist David Morgan seeks to raise questions about Australia's great unfinished business through the medium of artist books. How can we address the on-going injustice of Indigenous dispossession and all the ills that accompany this history?

Feb 17, 2024Apr 28, 2024

Wish You Were Here
Kelly O'Dempsey

Wish You Were is an immersive installation of collaged works on paper, projected animation, sound and Augmented Reality. Uncanny household objects collide with uncertain landscapes, with repetitive rhythm, monotonous loops and neon lights.

Feb 17, 2024Apr 28, 2024

Close Focus
Group Show

Comprising a selection of paintings, drawings, and sculpture, each artwork explores one small aspect of nature. From the whisp of feathers repeated a hundred-fold, to the flower garden of her family home, Keeler-Milne’s subjects convey a sense of the universal contained within the minutiae.

Feb 17, 2024Apr 28, 2024

339 Steps...
Cher Breeze

Tracing the footsteps of her forbears through the back alleys and cemeteries of Sydney. 339 Steps… responds to these observations and memories, finding meaning, expression, and empathy for the human condition in mark-making.

Feb 17, 2024Apr 28, 2024

Proud To Be A Binge
Madeleine Richey

Continuing her life-long dedication to learning about her Kamilaroi culture, Richey spent time on-country learning about her familial connections to Gunimaa (mother earth) and how this determines her art practice.

Feb 17, 2024Apr 28, 2024

Interior with Figures
Group Show

Rindi Salomon and Andrew Shillam have been exhibiting regularly and in the exhibition Interior with Figures, they explore interior spaces, the domestic, the shadow within the individual, and the enclosed space of a community.

Oct 18, 2023Apr 28, 2024

Light and Life
Group Show

Light & Life brings together superb still life paintings by Margaret Olley from public and private collections alongside new work by three contemporary Australian painters – Laura Jones, India Mark and Mirra Whale.

Nov 9, 2023May 31, 2024

ArtVenture
Group Show

In collaboration with Lismore Regional Gallery and vacant shop owners, Lismore City Council presents ArtVenture which showcases the saved artworks in the permanent collection that have been carefully restored to bring a renewed richness back to the city and reflect its resilience.

Nov 1, 2023Oct 26, 2025

Monet in the Tweed
Claude Monet

Claude Monet's Meules, milieu du jour [Haystacks, midday], 1890 is the first of five works to be shared with the Tweed Regional Gallery as part of the National Gallery of Australia’s Sharing the National Collection initiative.