Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery

Bringing art to the people and people to the arts

Transportation and Transformation

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1 September – 15 October Stories of an industry and community evolving. The third in a trilogy built around the shared history of Port Pirie and its main industry, Transportation and Transformation is produced in collaboration between Nyrstar and the Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery. Transport has played a vital role throughout the many transformations and technological changes of the Smelter and in the working social history of the city....

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The Gentle Arts & Friends of the Gallery Exhibition

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20 October – 5 November Vivienne Crisp Gallery Embroiders’ Guild of Port Pirie Ever popular and always beautiful, the remarkable skills of this highly talented group are inspiring.  Come along and talk to some of the members about their work. Flinders Gallery Friends of the Gallery Exhibition The friends of Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery include many talented local artist.  This is their opportunity to exhibit as a group – an...

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The First Line of Grace

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11 November – 10 December Vivienne Crisp Gallery The First Line of Grace is an exploration of the aesthetic of individual subjects from the natural world. From years of observation, Annette Marner and Kirstie Jamieson bring us photographic images of sensual beauty. Image: Kirstie Jamieson, ‘Drosera’

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Clan St Vincent Rodda

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11 November – 10 December Flinders Gallery ‘I don’t know much about ‘Art’ but I know what I like’ Clan Rodda is a local Port Pirie identity, artist, student and teacher. This exhibition celebrates a lifetime of art and art from life. Image: Clan Rodda ‘Fifty shades of Green – Mums Garden, oil 1965    

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Sister Art

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15 December – 28 January, 2018 Flinders Gallery Sister Art Sister Art is a South Australia art group founded by sisters Proo Geddes and Sandi Hill.  Together with Alison Waye they began exhibiting as Sister Art in 2015.  Three painters; Proo is a watercolourist, Sandi paints with acrylics and Alison works with oils. Feature Image: ‘At the Hop’ Proo Geddes, ‘Row Boats’ Sandi Hill, ‘Ace’ Alison...

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Gerry Wedd: Kitschen Man

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Jam Factory 9 June – 9 July Celebrating the achievements of one of South Australia’s most outstanding and influential craft and design practitioners. Gerry Wedd’s hand built and wheel thrown ceramics brim with a dry wit oscillating from the humorous to darkly disturbing.    

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