Exhibitions

Featured Exhibitions

Apr 7, 2018Apr 21, 2018

All The Places I Never Went...And Some
Claudie Frock

A series of works on paper. Landscapes imagined and half remembered. Marks made on democratic materials in repeated form, shaping a variation within a vessel of similarity.

Apr 27, 2018Apr 28, 2018

Ghost Modern Exhibition
Group Show

Recent works by local artists Hayden Mathrick and Jake Jaquiss, the exhibition opens on Friday the 27th of April from 6-10 pm and on Saturday the 28th of April from 10 am to 2 pm at 45 Argyle Street, Mullumbimby.

Apr 20, 2018May 3, 2018

Into the Deep
Melanie Tongmar

This series is an echo of a romanticised ancestry. Of sea-faring adventurers who were driven by curiosity and ambition to far away places. It is an exploration of imagination, of the literal and metaphorical journey.

Mar 2, 2018May 20, 2018

Abstraction | Australian Women Artists
Group Show

In Australia, it was progressive modernist women in the 1920s who were the chief protagonists in the opening up of avant-garde practices to artists at home, directing taste away from a growing conservatism and dominance of landscape and portraiture.

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Apr 7, 2018Apr 21, 2018

All The Places I Never Went...And Some
Claudie Frock

A series of works on paper. Landscapes imagined and half remembered. Marks made on democratic materials in repeated form, shaping a variation within a vessel of similarity.

Nov 24, 2017Apr 22, 2018

Prime Ingredient in a Big Piece of Pi
Frank Murri

By looking into the realm of pure mathematics, there lies within a beauty which transcends its usual form. A quote comes to mind which encapsulates this synergy between mathematics and art.

Apr 27, 2018Apr 28, 2018

Ghost Modern Exhibition
Group Show

Recent works by local artists Hayden Mathrick and Jake Jaquiss, the exhibition opens on Friday the 27th of April from 6-10 pm and on Saturday the 28th of April from 10 am to 2 pm at 45 Argyle Street, Mullumbimby.

Apr 4, 2018Apr 29, 2018

The Ripple Effect
Dellene Strong

"My focus is that crucial place where the land meets the sea. A place of serenity, beauty and constant movement, these are the aspects I try to capture and honour in my paintings." - Dell Strong

Apr 4, 2018Apr 29, 2018

LOUD In The Gallery
Group Show

LOUD in the Gallery is a dynamic exhibition celebrating National Youth Week, with final year works on showcase from secondary schools in the Ballina Shire.

Apr 20, 2018May 3, 2018

Into the Deep
Melanie Tongmar

This series is an echo of a romanticised ancestry. Of sea-faring adventurers who were driven by curiosity and ambition to far away places. It is an exploration of imagination, of the literal and metaphorical journey.

Mar 3, 2018May 6, 2018

Beguile: European Masters
Group Show

'Beguile' brings together 21 prints from the Lakeview Collection, which spans from the work of Rembrandt through to Goya and Renoir ending in the 20th century with Destino; a fascinating collaboration between Walt Disney and Salvador Dali

Apr 7, 2018May 6, 2018

Facing World War One
Group Show

Tracing letters sent from the front line through the War Office to back home, Facing World War One: Stories of loyalty, loss and love captures the poignant voices of the family and loved ones of enlisted soldiers.

Apr 10, 2018May 9, 2018

These Are Not Ready Mades
Alison Allcock

CUBE presents Alison Allcock these are not ready mades At first glance it seems as if the cubes are commercially manufactured but, unlike Dada artists who were known for their use of everyday readymade objects, each of these pieces is handmade.

Apr 27, 2018May 9, 2018

Yeah, I am Here, Kind of? Maybe?
Bradlee Wiseman

Bradlee Wiseman will show new works on The Trinda Wall at the Byron School of Art Project Space.

Mar 31, 2018May 12, 2018

Big River Country
Harry Westera

Harry Westera's new body of watercolour paintings capture the light and character of the Clarence Valley. Big River Country explores an ever changing landscape from canefields and pastures to the construction of the new Harwood Bridge.

Apr 20, 2018May 16, 2018

This Side
Tabitha McGregor

Exploring the language of the unconscious, intuitively choosing found objects, words and symbols to represent life experiences and emotions an exploration of the relationship between life and death, memory, choices, balance, love and loss.

Apr 21, 2018May 20, 2018

The Roads Take Us...
Group Show

Caitlin Reilly and Kate Ford have been out wandering the hinterland of Byron Bay developing a poetic response to place.

Mar 2, 2018May 20, 2018

Abstraction | Australian Women Artists
Group Show

In Australia, it was progressive modernist women in the 1920s who were the chief protagonists in the opening up of avant-garde practices to artists at home, directing taste away from a growing conservatism and dominance of landscape and portraiture.

Mar 11, 2018May 20, 2018

In the Swim

This exhibition features stories, photographs and memorabilia about water sports such as swimming, water polo and surfing associated with the people of Ballina Shire.

Mar 2, 2018May 20, 2018

Of Rivers and Floods
Rob Olver

The images in this exhibition seek to capture the damage to the natural and human environment of the Tweed, but also the resilience and humour of the people and communities affected by this natural disaster.

Mar 2, 2018May 20, 2018

Zoonoses
Nicola Hooper

Nicola Hooper explores concepts surrounding ‘zoonoses’ or animal diseases that cross over to humans. Her works, created mainly on paper, include prints, artist books, sculptures and wallpaper.

Mar 21, 2018May 21, 2018

A Place to Call Home
Group Show

This photographic exhibition features highlights of a collection of around 22,000 photographs taken by government photographers documenting the experiences of post-World War II migrants to Australia.

Apr 7, 2018May 27, 2018

Montages | The Full Cut
Group Show

Montages: The Full Cut, 1999 – 2015 presents the full suite of eight montage films by artist Tracey Moffatt and her long-time collaborator Gary Hillberg.

Mar 21, 2018May 27, 2018

Clarence InFocus
Group Show

Contemporary Clarence was the theme for the Clarence InFocus competition, which runs in conjunction with the annual plunge Arts and Culture Festival.

Mar 21, 2018May 27, 2018

Pollinate
Jenny Kitchener

This exhibition is the eleventh from this nationally recognised printmaker and regional artist who has been surrounded and influenced by the rhythms of the Australian bush, which underlies all her work.

May 4, 2018May 29, 2018

Vicki Swift Retrospective
Vicki Swift

Serpentine Community Gallery presents Vicki Swift. 1946 - 2017. A retrospective exhibition celebrating the life and artistic career of a well loved member of our community. Please join us at opening night to see a range of Vicki’s beautiful work.

May 2, 2018Jun 3, 2018

The View Reveals Itself
Jane Woodruff

The physical and metaphysical were intimately entwined in the journey of the building of Jane Woodruff's studio in 2017.

May 2, 2018Jun 3, 2018

My Mother Speaks to me...
Oksana Waterfall

"I am forever a watcher. That is never truer than watching my family and friends. I have subconsciously been drawn to documenting them in my practice."

May 2, 2018Jun 3, 2018

Different Settings
Group Show

This exhibition examines aspects of artistic relationships between four family members who have developed art practices in close proximity for decades.

May 2, 2018Jun 3, 2018

Finding Peace in Traditional Symbolism
Laila Page

My work uses the language, the symbolism, to make sense of life and its difficulties.

Jun 9, 2018Jun 11, 2018

Go Art Exhibition
Group Show

The sixth annual Grafton Open Art Exhibition (Go Art) transforms the Grafton High School Multi-Purpose Centre (MPC) by showcasing artworks by both Adults and students. It is held on the June long weekend (9, 10, 11) 2018. The opening night is a free

May 17, 2018Jul 13, 2018

The Curtain Breathed Deeply
Justene Williams

The exhibition is a determinedly chaotic, immersive and inter-related sequence of installations, seducing visitors into and through a spectrum of hypnotising sets and video installations abounding in sensory overload and cacophony.

May 25, 2018Jul 15, 2018

Border Art Prize
Group Show

The Border Art Prize is a biennial exhibition which supports the endeavours of artists in NE NSW and SE QLD. The exhibition is open to all media and subject matter and attracts a wide variety of styles from both well-known and emerging artists.

Mar 16, 2018Jul 29, 2018

Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Studio
Fiona Lowry

In 2017 Sydney-based artist Fiona Lowry worked in the Gallery’s Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Studio to develop a body of work for a solo exhibition. The artist was interested in revisiting a landscape that she spent some time growing up in.

Oct 13, 2017Oct 21, 2018

Go figure - Works from the collection
Group Show

Go figure presents a selection of works from the Gallery’s collection that showcase dynamic representations of the human figure. This exhibition is inspired by a group of spectacular works in bronze by the renowned sculptor Rayner Hoff.