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Exhibitions at Noosa Regional Gallery

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Soak up a Range of Fascinating Exhibitions
The Noosa Regional Gallery was established in 1981 and is located in Tewantin on the picturesque Noosa River. They have a diverse annual program and their Gallery Shop stocks products sourced from locals at affordable prices. Open Tuesday Friday 10am 4pm and weekends 10am-3pm.

Noosa Regional Gallery
Coral in the Heavens courtesy of Noosa Gallery

In celebration of International Day of World's Indigenous People on August 9th, their three current exhibitions are on display until August 21st. But when the exhibition closes, the Gallery can help you to source these artists and their work.

Noosa Regional Gallery
by Hope O'Chin courtesy of Noosa Gallery

'As One, a celebration of working together for community' features works by artists from the Nandjimadji Art Group, based on the Sunshine Coast and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists living with disability. Their work will be on display along with two borrowed outrigger canoes that they have painted.

'Red Desert Gatherings' is an exhibition of artworks created by participants of the Red Desert Gatherings art program, Alice Springs, founded in 2010. This is a group of artists who paint and share the traditional stories and culture of their land.

''Belongingness' identity to one's sense of places' is by visual artist and long-term advocate for change, Hope O'Chin, who has used paintings and photographs of storylines to illustrate her perspective of a contemporary sense of place through language, storytelling and poetry.

Noosa Regional Gallery
Midnight Oil courtesy of Noosa Gallery

And on display from 2 September - 22 November 2016 will be the nationally acclaimed exhibition The Making of Midnight Oil which celebrates the 'power and the passion' of our inspirational rock band. It examines their impact on social and cultural history across a 40 year period and will showcase rare and iconic items, as well as exclusive footage and unreleased music.
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Why? Open our Minds to New Local Culture
When: Closed Mondays
Phone: (07) 5329 6145
Where: 9 Pelican St, Tewantin QLD 4565
Cost: Free to Nominal
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