Artists and groups are invited to submit an application to exhibit at any time. The Management Committee of Warwick Art Gallery Inc. assesses applications at regular meetings and designs an annual program that is balanced, diverse and inclusive.
We have three exhibition spaces - the MAIN gallery, FOYER gallery and our NEW gallery located in part of the old Visitor Information Centre.
Current vacancies in our exhibition program (updated 19 Aug 2020):
MAIN gallery (Approximately 60 running metres plus temporary wall options)
6 Jan - 12 Feb 2022
FOYER gallery (7 running metres)
11 Mar - 17 Apr 2021
ORANGE WALL gallery (9.5 running meters)
20 Jan – 5 Mar 2022
By paying membership you are supporting the arts in regional Queensland. Thank you!
Warwick Art Gallery volunteers support the permanent staff in the following key positions.
Desk Duty: Light reception duties including but not limited to greeting visitors, exhibition surveillance, providing information on exhibitions, visitor statistics, phone enquiries, mail processing and sales (receipting and using EFTPOS). Basic computer skills are desirable but not essential.
Exhibitions Team (setting up/dismantling): Assisting with travelling exhibition condition reporting, handling artworks, dismantling exhibitions and packing crates. Qualifications, experience or training in visual art is essential.
Functions Team: Helping with food preparations and serving, taking photographs and general hospitality tasks.
Education Team: Assisting with our children's club and art classes.
Yarnbombing team : A year long activity where the participants work towards creating exhibitions and decorations for the Jumpers and Jazz in July festival.
You can pick up a Volunteer's Application at the Art Gallery or download and print one here
Our children’s club, The Buds Club, provides information and art opportunities for families in the region.
"Find your Creativity" Activity sheets
ACTIVITY 1 "Matchstick City" click here
ACTIVITY 2 "Rainbow Chameleon" click here
ACTIVITY 3 "Layers of Leaves" click here
ACTIVITY 4 "Stacking Animals" click here
YOUTH ART OPEN STUDIO 2020 PROGRAM
STARTING AGAIN IN TERM 4 2020 (ALL GOING WELL)
When: Every Wednesday afternoon after school. 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Cost: $2 each week
Ages: 6 to 14 years (parent/guardian are required to stay with child). Younger children need to be very motivated to learn new skills and have a genuine love of art. Children aged 6 and 7 must have an adult to sit with them to keep them focused on the activity.
DON’T MISS OUT - PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED AND IN HIGH DEMAND. IT IS PREFERRED THAT CHILDREN ATTEND FOR A FULL TERM (8 CLASSES).
We prefer that children attend every class so that we can work on developing their skills and opportunities to express ideas. We do, however, understand if other commitments mean they have to skip a week or two. Let us know in advance if your child cannot attend so we don't prepare materials for them.
Download the registration form here (one for each child please)
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These classes will use one of the world’s most favourite art materials WATERCOLOUR. We will look at many different techniques and experiment with mixing media. We will also have a special guest artist to share their techniques with us.
"Our Greatest Hits"
These eight classes will be a combination of realistic pencil drawing and printmaking activities plus more.
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All ages - FREE for Warwick Art Gallery members/Non members $20 - 1.30pm - 4.00pm
Participants will make their own Light Catcher to take home. This workshop teaches participants to construct a suspended sculpture from found timber bought in from other sites.
Participants will select their timber and clean/sand to take the twig back to a raw state. Using wire and/or magik sculpt to achieve a balanced form, the mini sculpture is ready for spray painting white (if desired). Once dry, lead crystals (2) and a hanging thread are attached ready to take home.
BYO Found timber, branches etc
A travelling exhibition organised by Warwick Art Gallery and toured by Museums & Galleries Queensland.
This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland; the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments; and the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Proudly sponsored by International Art Services and ShapeShift Design Technologies; and supported by Designfront, McPherson’s Consumer Products and Mitsubishi Pencil Company Ltd.