This multi functional space has vastly improved the Gallery’s capacity for public programming with weekly art group meetings and regular workshops and artists talks creating a vibrant atmosphere.
The Gallery's facilities support an exhibitions program that includes a mix of touring exhibitions and locally generated exhibitions. The Gallery is a Category A facility and a member of Queensland's regional gallery network and Museums Australia.
In 2004 the Gallery was part of a committee that initiated a community project to breathe new life into the central business district following a distruptive period of streetscaping. The initiative was named Jumpers and Jazz in July. Now a significant community festival, Jumpers and Jazz in July is a major annual project for Warwick Art Gallery incorporating multiple textile (yarn bombing) art projects, exhibitions and workshops.