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 Plan your visit to Warwick Art Gallery using our Exhibitions Calendar.

Our three unique exhibition spaces are updated every 4 to 8 weeks.  We are open 10 am to 4 pm Tuesday to Saturday.

COVID19 Safety Plan Updated 28.05.2020 Click here to read

From 4 January all visitors to Warwick Art Gallery must check in, wear a mask and show proof of double vaccination 



 6 Jan 2022 - 12 Feb 2022
Algalrhythms – Life Movement
Algalrhythms is a body of new work resulting from Svenja’s five-week residency on King Island in December, 2019. Her first solo exhibition, it also marks a dramatic shift in her practice from a decade working in wearable art, to creating low-relief wall works, paintings, and digital and lino prints. This body of work is an ode to biophilia; the cycle of life, the beauty and power of nature, and our place within it. (Biophilia - "the connections that human beings subconsciously seek with the rest of life").


 20 Jan 2022 - 26 Feb 2022
Books on Tour – The Artist and the Author
Terese Eglington
Combining a love for painting and an interest in poetry and writing, Terese Eglington has written, illustrated and published six children’s book, her most recent being The Butterfly Tree. This exhibition expands on the experience of her book, especially celebrating the recent influx of butterflies. Terese is intrigued by the symbolism of the butterfly, its metamorphosis and beauty. 
 17 Feb 2022 - 26 Mar 2022

Pub Rock
National Portrait Gallery
The pub rock phenomenon that spread across
Australia throughout the 70s and 80s resulted
in an evolution of music and culture that had a lasting impact on the nation’s identity. This vibrant (sometimes sweaty) exhibition of homegrown rock ‘n’ roll, punk and pop features works from the National Portrait Gallery collection alongside images by leading Australian music photographers.

A National Portrait Gallery Exhibition
Supported by the National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program, an Australian Government program aiming to improve access to the national collections for all Australians.

3 Mar 2022 - 9 Apr 2022
Celtic inspired group exhibition
To coincide with CelticFest in Warwick 25-27 March. Art was central to the lives of the ancient peoples we label as Celts who lived in Iron Age Europe and is perhaps the best way to understand the connections between them. Whilst ancient Celtic art varies between time and place, common features include sculptures of gods and warriors, a love of depicting forest animals and the use of flowing forms and abstract patterns. 
 6 Apr 2022 - 7 May 2022

Edge of the Present – Mixed reality installation by Alex Davies, based on original research and concepts by JR Brennan and Alex Davies, in association with Alessandro Donagh De Marchi, Faisal Sayani, and Artist/Psychologist Michaela Davies
Inspired by neuropsychological research into the workings of memory and imagination, and made in collaboration with psychologists, mental health specialists and participants with lived experiences of suicide survival, this compelling immersive experience invites us to ‘invent the next ten minutes’ – something that is a challenge when we find ourselves inhabiting the ‘edge of the present’.

Supported by the Regional Art Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and Southern Downs Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland

14 Apr 2022 - 21 May 2022
BESPOKE: Print, Paper and Process
Cattledog Printmakers
Warwick’s Cattle Dog Printmakers celebrate their seven-year anniversary with an exhibition that showcases the wide-ranging processes that encompasses the craft of the printmaker and papermaker. The exhibition comprises work by group members that has been produced by using a range of printing techniques including linocuts, lithographs, collagraphs, etchings and engravings. In recent years the group has extended their practice through the exploration of bookmaking, collage and papier-mache.
This exhibition also includes a collaborative installation “Bespoke” that consists of several small and unique three-dimensional works, all of paper, as well as a visual narrative that illustrates this interesting and diverse craft.
12 May 2022 - 9 July 2022
Repair is not always neat and tidy
Leah Kelly
Leah Kelly’s exhibition captures moments of trauma and destruction in art making and the beauty in the strength it takes to repair. The trauma referenced throughout this work is that of domestic violence survival, the beauty that is found in that hope and the strength that it takes to survive. Leah’s practice traverses ceramic and glass processes in a contemporary art context. 
26 May 2022 - 9 Jul 2022

From the Ground Up
Warwick Potters Association





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