Mountains, Sea & Beyond

2nd June to 26th June 12:00 am - 12:00 am

An exhibition of paintings, prints and drawings by Rowena Evans and sculptures by Sue Gorringe-Lupton taking the viewer on a journey from the Snowy Mountains to the ocean, and beyond: into the realm of the imagination.

All are welcome any time during opening hours 8:30 – 4:30 every day at Snowy Region Visitors Centre, Kosciuszko Rd Jindabyne. Works are for sale.

Tracey Moffatt

19th May to 8th July 06:00 pm - 12:00 pm

Tracey Moffatt is one of Australia’s most successful international artists, known for her film, photography and video works. Drawing on cinema, television and the media, her art is equally inspired by popular culture, recollections from her childhood and art history.

This exhibition is touring from MAMA (Murray Art Museum Albury) and features the entire SOMETHING MORE series as well as selected works from across Moffatt’s career.

Postcards Show at Spiral

16th June to 12th July 10:00 am - 04:00 pm

Now in its seventh year, Spiral Gallery’s annual Postcard exhibition is coming up in June and we are keen to receive your entries for this iconic annual show. Entries are sought for Junior, youth and adult sections with great prizes on offer. New this year is a section for a series (three or more) of cards. Contact us for entry forms and get creating.

Yuin Muru Njin Gadhu

6th July to 12th September 12:00 am - 12:00 am

The works of Indigenous artist Richard Campbell will be on exhibition at the Bundian Way Gallery from 6 July into September.

Richard is from the Yuin Monero nation. His father’s totem is Umbarra Black Duck and his mother’s is Goonyuu Black Sawn. They are Breily descendants from Bugenbro who sang to Tom the Killer Whale around Eden.

He paints to relive life’s stresses and to express his emotion, to learn and keep connected to traditional aboriginal art and pass knowledge and skills to next generations.

  • Contact Name: Delegate Progress Association
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  • Venue Name: Bundian Way Gallery
  • Venue Address: 66 Bombala St, Delegate
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Treasures of Australian Art 1880 to 1940

15th July to 30th September 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Howard Hinton Collection, in the sheer breadth of its cover of Australian art from the 1880s to the 1940s, is the only collection of its kind in regional Australia.

Howard Hinton, an avid collector of art and visitor of artists’ studios, developed his collection for the purpose of encouraging artists, educating students, and for the benefit and enjoyment of the public. He first donated works to the Armidale Teachers College in 1929 and, by the time of his death in 1948, had given away over 1,200 works.

The Collection reflects Hinton’s early love for Victorian travel paintings as well as respect for the conventions of Australian landscape art. The Lindsay family is strongly represented as is Streeton, Roberts, Gruner, Hilder, Murch and Feint.

The Shirl | National Youth Portrait Awards

6th October to 25th November 06:00 pm - 12:00 pm

The Shirl is a $10,000 acquisitive biannual portrait prize for artists between the ages 16 – 25. There is no other Portrait prize specifically for young and emerging Australian artists. The Shirl is the little sister to the BVRG’s $50,000 Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award.

We encourage HSC students, tertiary students or practicing emerging artists to enter. Entries can be of any 2D traditional medium or a digital new media piece, animation, gif etc. The entered work must have been completed within the last 12 months and must be the original work of the exhibitor.

Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7

1st December to 17th February 06:00 pm - 12:00 pm

‘Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7’ presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art’s flagship 2012 exhibition, ‘The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’.

In the late twentieth century, Indonesia lived through significant social and political changes that saw the country emerge from the militaristic government of the Suharto era (1967–98), to become the largest economy in South-East Asia. Since the 1970s, groups of contemporary artists in Indonesia have banded together to challenge social, political and economic structures as well as the arts establishment, creating a powerful voice of protest and criticism in their works.

BVRG is the only venue outside of Queensland to present the exhibition.

Etched in Stone

26th June to 2nd December 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Eden Killer Whale Museum’s exhibition Etched in Stone provides a local perspective on the stories behind the names of the First World War servicemen who are commemorated on Eden’s Cenotaph.

While memorials honour the names of service personnel, space prevents individual stories being told. The Fallen have always been given a special place in history, but what of the men who returned home physically and emotionally changed forever? Etched in Stone tries to understand the experience of some of Eden’s 122 First World War servicemen – the courageous and the deserters, the young and the old, the loss or survival of brothers, those who went on to serve in the Second World War and those who never made it out of Australia the first time around.