2016 Exhibitions

  • Willandra Three Rivers

    Willandra Three Rivers
    22 October - 20 November

2016 Exhibitions

  • CSU Art
    16 January - 6 March

    CSU Art Exhibition

    Charles Sturt University and Griffith City Council have a strategic agreement in regards to tertiary education in the City. Charles Sturt University also has the largest and most substantial public art collection in the Riverina. To strengthen the relationship between our City and University, Griffith Regional Art Gallery (GRAG) is hosting an exhibition of works on paper curated by the University’s Art Curator, Dr. Thomas A. Middlemost.

    More Information:
    • Media Release
    • Artists Website
  • Soroptomists
    19 March - 17 April

    Soroptimists - Looking Forward, Looking Back

    Soroptimist International Griffith proudly presents its inaugural Art Exhibition "Looking Forward: Looking Back" at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery."Looking Forward: Looking Back" will showcase the beautiful, unique and visually compelling talent of female artists in the Riverina as they join Soroptimist International Griffith in celebrating its  60th anniversary.


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  • Vic McEwan
    23 April - 29 May

    Vic McEwan - Recent Works

    To celebrate and promote local art practice in the Eastern Riverina, GRAG is hosting an exhibition by our region’s most prominent contemporary artist and the inaugural Art NSW Regional Fellow Vic McEwan. The exhibition will consist of video and sound works.

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  • Marramarra
    4 June - 10 July

    Murrumbidgee Marramarra

    An Aboriginal Arts Project by Uncle Stan Grant and supported by the Aboriginal Lands Council and the Aboriginal Medical Centre.  The aim of this Project is to facilitate Aboriginal Community Groups to engage in the Arts in the catchment for Griffith.  Public Program’s have been working with Youth Off the Street kids and the Aboriginal Medical Centre Women’s Group towards this exhibition. 

    More Information:
    • Media Release
    • Education Pack
  • Grounded
    23 July - 7 August

    Grounded In Griffith

    A personal reflection and exploration into the unique stories of local families by local primary students. The exhibition celebrates the centenary of Griffith as a culturally diverse community. The mixed media works are colourful and engaging. The celebration event will be held on Thursday 4 August at 6pm.

    More Information:
    • Media Release
  • Grounded
    13 August - 11 September

    ACO Virtual

    ACO Virtual is a creative collaboration between the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Mod Productions. Separate audio and visuals of each musician’s performance have been captured so that audiences can interact with andcontrol the sound and visuals. The installation runs for 30 minutes in a loop and includes music that has been specifically selected for the installation format and to maximise audience participation.

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  • NCJA
    13 August - 11 September

    National Contemporary Jewellery Award

    This is Griffith Regional Art Gallery’s biennial flagship exhibition. This exhibition will attract Australia’s finest Jewellery makers, crafts people and artists to enter the acquisitive award. In 2016 Griffith Regional Art Gallery has established strategic partnerships with Australian National University’s School of Art and Sturt – Centre for Australian Contemporary Craft and Design. 

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  • Flower Power
    17 September - 16 October

    Flower Power - Brighter is Better

    The annual community exhibition Flower Power will be on again to coincide with the Griffith Festival of the Gardens. Residents of Griffith and surrounds will be invited to submit artworks based on the theme “Brighter is better.”

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  • Willandra
    22 October - 20 November

    Willandra: Three Rivers

    “Willandra: Three Rivers” is engaging artists across the Riverina in a number of residencies at Willandra National Park over 2015/16 to produce artworks evocative of the area’s unique landscape. This exhibition is a partnership between Western Riverina Arts, National Parks and Wildlife Services and Griffith Regional Art Gallery.

  • HSC
    26 November - 18 December

    HSC Graduates Exhibition

    Graduating HSC students who have completed major works in visual arts, design and technology, industrial arts and textiles and design, have been invited to be part of this year’s 2016 HSC Graduates exhibition. This is an annual exhibition showcasing work by students within Griffith Regional Art Gallery’s region.

    More Information:
    • Media Release
    • HSC Entry Form


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