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Guided Gallery Tours

Every Sunday. These free and entertaining weekly tours will provide valuable insights into current exhibitions. Simply turn up a little before 2pm on any Sunday to meet your guide. When: Every Sunday at 2pm Where: Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery Cost: Free! This post has been syndicated from the Swan ...

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Inland to Outland

29 March – 26 May 2019. From the outback’s Broken Hill – the iconic centre of Australian naive art to metropolitan Melbourne and the country between, this exhibition draws together artists with a uncompromised passion for making. Bruce McPhee, Jason Mcarthur, Wayne Elliott, Sandy Peeters, Matthew Clarke, Di Giddings and ...

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29 March – 26 May 2019. Winners of this online youth photographic exhibition feature in this popular Swan Hill Regional Library competition. Now in its ninth year, entries are judged by the public for people’s choice  and by an industry expert. This year entries will address the theme of ‘Joy’. ...

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Into the space

31 May – 28 July 2019. A slight sense of unease connects these works… or does it? This collection of prints and drawings raises more questions than answers. Featuring works by Euan Macleod, Dagmar Cryulla, Wendy Stavrianos, David Frazer, Nicci Cumpston, Ruth Johnstone, and Stuart McFarlane, Into the Space will ...

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Circa 50

8 February – 26 May 2019. Works from the Permanent Collection Get to know more of our collection in this exhibition of prints, paintings and sculptures by mid twentieth century Australian artists including Sir Russel Drysdale, John Brack, Sir Sydney Nolan, Clifton Pugh, Ola Cohn,Noel Counihan, John Olsen and Constance ...

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Sam Picasso: Thought Sculptor

3 May – 28 May 2019. Drawing on a lifetime of stories and anecdotes, illustrations, notes, versions and observations are typed, cut, collaged and then photocopied. A series of paintings and drawings add to this intriguing conceptual journey. When: 3 May – 28 May 2019 Where: Swan Hill Regional Gallery ...

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