Celebrating 30 Years of Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery

Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery: Friday 13 May – Sunday 26 June 2022

 2022 marks 30 years of Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery and we are excited to present a celebratory exhibition, featuring a selection of artworks by local artists. The exhibition is the first of two exhibition  that will celebrate the scale and strength of emerging and established contemporary art practice in our region, with the second taking place at the end of the year. Held in the Flinders Gallery this exhibition features Anna Hubert, Carolyn O’Neill, Kylie Coomblas. Mark Zed, Marek Herbuet, Pamela Crocker and Wendy Pfeiffer.

Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery was established in 1992, exhibiting in the old baggage room of the closed passenger railway station in Port Pirie. The redevelopment of the railway station into the Regional Tourism and Arts Centre in 1994 included the first purpose built dedicated A-class art gallery. The gallery air-conditioning was replaced in 2019 with museum-grade climate control to ensure the longevity of the gallery. Gallery facilities include an Artist in Residence Studio, Community Gallery and Workshop, with public programs encompassing outreach to schools, community groups, disability services and youth support agencies. These programs cater for all ages and diverse community groups.

Special Finissage Event June 26th 1-3pm Book via Eventbrite. Booking Essential

DATES                              Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery   | 13 May – Sunday 26 June 2022
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Image Credit:  Marek Herburt, Standing in a Heat, Acrylic on Canvas,132 x 182cm.