Current Exhibitions

Reconnaissance

Gallery: BRAG

Exhibiting Space: Gallery Two

Gallery: BRAG

Exhibiting Space: Gallery Two

Dates: 14 Mar 2017 - 30 Apr 2017

Artist/s: Karl de Waal

In this exhibition of new works Karl de Waal interprets the interconnectedness of all things through the natural composition of the aerial view. 

Reconnaissance is a combination of wall mounted and free standing sculptures using collage and assemblage and a variety of materials. Karl employs a myriad of

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Outback Landscape 2 LR

Karl de Waal, Outback Landscape II, 2016, string, twine and glue, 79x95cm

Aussie Icons and the Wild Cosmos

Gallery: BRAG

Exhibiting Space: Gallery One

Gallery: BRAG

Exhibiting Space: BRAG

Dates: 23 Mar 2017 - 7 May 2017

Artist/s: John Olsen

In Aussie Icons and the Wild Cosmos, well known Bundaberg-based sculptor John Olsen is preserving history through the use of recycled metals. John’s striking sculptures consider civilization’s finite tenure as the predominant species on planet earth. His work recognises that there are many challenges ahead in our changing environment and

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John Olsen 2016 Peacock recyled metal objects ball bearings wire 60 x 67 x 71.5 LR

John Olsen, Peacock 2016. Recycled metal objects, ball bearings wire, 60 x 67 x 71.5cm

Attitude as Form

Gallery: CHARTS

Exhibiting Space: CHARTS

Gallery: CHARTS

Exhibiting Space: CHARTS

Dates: 4 Apr 2017 - 21 May 2017

Childers Arts Space is bejewelled through April and May with the work of 22 practitioners from Australia and New Zealand. Through contemporary jewellery, Attitude As Form reflects current thinking in the fields of fashion, art, craft and design, and our personal and cultural expressions of adornment.

Co-curated

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Claire Townsend, 'Marked I', 2015, Sterling and fine silver, 40x30x20mm. Image by Bewley Shaylor.

The One Million Stars to End Violence Project

Gallery: BRAG

Exhibiting Space: The Vault

Gallery: BRAG

Exhibiting Space: BRAG

Dates: 23 Mar 2017 - 27 May 2017

Artist/s: Maryann Talia Pau, Bundaberg Regional Galleries, Bundaberg Spinners and Weavers

Across summer, across town, across the region Bundaberg Regional Galleries, it’s volunteers, visitors and the Bundaberg Spinners and Weavers group have been weaving stars to contribute not just to a local display, but to a much larger installation at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games as part of the One

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