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Meet Graham and support great local art

You can meet Graham and experience some amazing local art next Friday night at Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery. The community is invited to the launch of three exhibitions – Graham, Big Fish 3 and Artists of the Murray Mallee. Gallery Director Ian Tully said Graham was a unique exhibition ...

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Meet Graham at Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery

You can meet Graham – the only person designed to survive on our roads – this October at Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery. The Gallery is excited to announce that Graham will visit the Gallery from 20 October until 26 November. “Graham is a phenomenal character, he shows us what ...

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Riverfront enhancement trail, Stage 2

Work has started to give the area near the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery and Spoons Riverside a facelift. The shared pathway will be extended from the PS Gem, in front of Spoons Riverside to the levee bank, complementing the existing timber wharf. A deck will be built across the ...

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ACRE 3 Seminar set to inspire this September

Farmers, mental health workers, artists and community leaders from regional Victoria and NSW will come together this September for the ACRE 3 Seminar at Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery. NFF Vice President Les Gordon will open the event, and will be followed by speakers from innovative and successful rural arts ...

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Thousands flock to Da Vinci Machines

More than 3,300 people have visited Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery to see Da Vinci Machines. And with the Art Gallery’s guest book reading like a perfect report card, it includes positive comments from people as far as Onkaparinga SA, Kingaroy QLD, Canberra ACT and Dianella WA. Swan Hill Art ...

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David Frazer Acquisition

We are excited to announce the acquisition of our first artwork to be purchased through the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery Acquisition Fund. Central Victorian artist David Frazer’s ‘Slow Boat’, 2016, linocut, 120 x 180cm, is an epic single colour relief print. This work builds on the gallery’s collection of Australian ...

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