Exhibitions

Featured Exhibitions

Jul 3, 2019Aug 25, 2019

Flipside
Diana Miller

Working as a metaphor for the contradictions and ups and downs of middle-aged life, Diana’s process-driven approach imitates the way in which we all sometimes need to break down in order to be put back together again.

Aug 8, 2019Sep 15, 2019

STEPPENWOLF
Kade Valja

'STEPPENWOLF' is Valja's most experimental exhibition yet, being meters away from his studio the installation work featured will transform over the month of August (8th-25th) to be in final form for this special night.

Sep 6, 2019Oct 1, 2019

The Darker Garden
Nikky Morgan-Smith

This body of work created during an artist residency Nikky Morgan-Smith attended in Vanuatu is a fluid and floating response to an experience of heritage, history, and landscape, both personal and communal or collective.

Aug 16, 2019Oct 13, 2019

Idle Worship
Group Show

Idle Worship explores contemporary notions of reverence, worship and idolisation. Curated by Natalie Bull & Zoë Robinson-Kennedy, focuses on personal manifestations and our need to look beyond the celestial and seek comfort in everyday deities.

All Exhibitions

Jun 22, 2019Aug 25, 2019

Eesti
Jay-Dee Lopez

Eesti is a video work consisting of field-recordings and photographs taken over a number of weeks in the village of Mooste, Estonia.

Jul 3, 2019Aug 25, 2019

First Light, Last Light
Sharon McIlwain

First Light, Last Light is an intimate collection of landscape paintings that explore the space between dawn and sunrise, and between sunset and dusk. A time of mystery, beauty and the sublime.

Jul 3, 2019Aug 25, 2019

Flipside
Diana Miller

Working as a metaphor for the contradictions and ups and downs of middle-aged life, Diana’s process-driven approach imitates the way in which we all sometimes need to break down in order to be put back together again.

Jul 3, 2019Aug 25, 2019

Elemental
Group Show

A combined exhibition by Jacqui and Sam Sosnowski, Elemental is a combined exhibition of wood lithography and primitive fired ceramic vessels

Jul 3, 2019Aug 25, 2019

Nests
Kirsten Ingemar

Nests explores homecoming and transformation through plant dye and leaf imprints on silk.

Jul 20, 2019Sep 1, 2019

Japan | Around Corners
Group Show

Travelling together to Japan, the artists were inspired by the streets and landscapes of this country. Days were spent walking the streets and taking unplanned detours around corners to explore and discover the aesthetic of this unique culture.

Aug 24, 2019Sep 3, 2019

Lacexhibition
Group Show

A group exhibition of mixed works by emerging artists from Lismore Tafe including sustainable sculpture, ceramics, traditional woodcut prints, etchings, drawings, oil paintings, portraits and cloudscapes.

Aug 9, 2019Sep 3, 2019

Pause
Stu Murphy

These images are captured from a drone which I use to search for colours, lines and textures that please me. In my head I’m composing paintings and I often catch myself referring to them as such.

Jul 6, 2019Sep 8, 2019

Gesture of Balance
Grant Vaughan

Grant Vaughan’s work belies our expectations of worked timber. Characterised by a gestural interplay of smooth, rolling forms and juxtaposed with sharp flowing lines and edges, the work is made using a meticulous reductive process.

Aug 8, 2019Sep 15, 2019

STEPPENWOLF
Kade Valja

'STEPPENWOLF' is Valja's most experimental exhibition yet, being meters away from his studio the installation work featured will transform over the month of August (8th-25th) to be in final form for this special night.

Jul 21, 2019Sep 29, 2019

Photos of Ballina Shire 1950s -1980s
Dick and Joan Brown

This exhibition features photos showcasing Ballina Shire and its people from the 1950s till the 1980s by Joan and Dick Brown, who were part of the group that established the Ballina Camera Club.

Aug 24, 2018Sep 30, 2019

Three Decades
Group Show

2018 marks the Gallery’s 30th anniversary. To honour this milestone, I have curated an exhibition from the collection which celebrates its development since 1988 and surveys the four focus areas that inform acquisitions.

Sep 6, 2019Oct 1, 2019

The Darker Garden
Nikky Morgan-Smith

This body of work created during an artist residency Nikky Morgan-Smith attended in Vanuatu is a fluid and floating response to an experience of heritage, history, and landscape, both personal and communal or collective.

Aug 2, 2019Oct 12, 2019

Colour Correction
Konstantina

The explosive use of colour in this series by local artist Konstantina annotates today’s political and socio-political environment from her perspective as an Aboriginal woman, mother and activist.

Aug 16, 2019Oct 13, 2019

Idle Worship
Group Show

Idle Worship explores contemporary notions of reverence, worship and idolisation. Curated by Natalie Bull & Zoë Robinson-Kennedy, focuses on personal manifestations and our need to look beyond the celestial and seek comfort in everyday deities.

Aug 28, 2019Oct 20, 2019

You Don't Know Me Like That
Jack Griffin

As we enter a new generation where non-binary gender identities are being increasingly recognised by society, this series explores gender fluidity and androgyny from a youthful perspective.

Aug 28, 2019Oct 20, 2019

What To Unpack On A Journey
Matt O'Brian

These works are about experiences in places, acknowledging the artists’ lineage and ancestry and the slippages that occur with representing landscape ethically.

Aug 28, 2019Oct 20, 2019

Virtually Impossible
Group Show

Virtually Impossible is a collaboration between Western Sydney artist Andrew Christie and SPRUNG!! Integrated Dance Theatre, using 3D scanning, modelling and printing to extend and explore the Sprung!! dancers capacity for movement.