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Plan your visit to Warwick Art Gallery using our Exhibitions Calendar.

Our three unique exhibition spaces are updated every 4 to 8 weeks.  We are open 10 am to 4 pm Tuesday to Saturday.

Main Gallery

Foyer Gallery

Orange Wall Gallery

 24 Aug - 6 Oct 2018

Warakuma National Museum of Australia

Warakurna: All the Stories Got into our Minds and Eyes is an exhibition of contemporary paintings and sculptures that document a new art movement emerging from the Western Desert community of Warakurna. These paintings combine familiar Western Desert symbols and dots with a new, more figurative style, to recreate scenes of everyday life and to tell historical and contemporary stories. The works are the creative vision of a group of artists including Eunice Yunurupa Porter, Judith Yinyika Chambers, Dianne Ungukalpi Golding, Jean Inyalanka Burke and Dorcas Tinamayi Bennett. The Warakurna paintings are not just art, they recount incidents and remember people that have impacted on the artists’ lives.

24 Aug - 6 Oct 2018

Home Sweet Home: a new yarn installation by the Warwick Art Gallery Yarnbombing Team

 16 Aug - 22 Sep 2018

In the Round Ann Fogarty

 11 Oct - 8 Dec 2018

Seasons Warwick Artists Group

27 Sep - 3 Nov 2018

In Sight

Warwick State High School student exhibition

14 Dec 2018 - 12 Jan 2019

Balnhdhurr - A lasting Impression Touring exhibition from Artback NT

Balnhndhurr – A Lasting Impression celebrates twenty years of printmaking through the Yirrkala Print Space based at Buku-Larrnngay Mulka Art Centre. Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre, located in the coastal Arnhem Land community of Yirrkala, was established in 1975 as a resolute act of selfdetermination. Yirrkala Print Space began in 1995 when a purpose built area was designed to host a printing press and to enable artists to ‘seize the means of production’. With a philosophy to provide an environment to educate and engage, Yirrkala Print Space acts as a training area for emerging artists and is staffed by Indigenous printmakers. Balnhdhurr – A Lasting Impression showcases a diverse range of fine art
prints that map the chronological evolution of the Print Space and its activities from the first black and white linocuts produced, to the technically diverse and innovative outcomes of major community projects. The prints on display are both visually engaging and rich with cultural content providing a wealth of material to be drawn out for student engagement.


8 Nov 2018 - 5 Jan 2019

Bloom where you are planted

Curated by Warwick Art Gallery Director Karina Devine

17 Jan  - 23 Feb 2019

Iconic Queensland Touring exhibition from Flying Arts Inc.

The Iconic Queensland touring exhibition showcases artworks from 28 regional and remote Queensland artists. Curated by Henri Van Noordenburg, the exhibition challenges perceptions of what Queensland icons are, through the artists’ unique interpretation of their communities, characters and environments. From dribble-castles made of sand to the suburban sight of Nana watering her garden on a sun-drenched day, the artworks provide a unique snapshot of regional life through the eyes of its artists.

10 Jan - 2 Mar 2019

Plein Air Park: Recreation Enjoyement of Light

Julie Purcell

28 Feb  - 6 April 2019

Tainted Landscapes Chris Fletcher, David LeMay and Michael Pospischel

7 Mar - 11 May 2019

Warwick Art Gallery will present exhibitions and activities to support the 2019 Adina Polocrosse World Cup to be held in Warwick 22 - 28 April 2019

11 April - 11 May 2019

Unseen Donna Davis

23 May - 29 June 2019

Plastic Doesn't Grow on Trees Mary Barron

16 May - 22 June 2019

Fiona Hayes

4 July - 17 August 2019

Wanton, Wild and Unimagined

Alison McDonald

4 July - 17 August

Warwick Art Gallery Yarntopians installation

27 June - 10 August 2019

2018 Tree Jumper Hall of Fame winner Margaret Armstrong


  • Always worth a visit - there is something new and inspirational to see
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