A smiling and friendly crowd of friends, families and history and museum lovers gathered for the opening of ‘Now and Then’ at Gympie Regional Gallery last night. Each of the artists has approached their interaction with the museums from a different perspective, making a show that is interesting and diverse, and which offers an insight into … More Opening Night – Now and Then
As part of his contribution to the ‘Now and Then’ exhibition Robin Hines has made a series of large scale maps of historic precincts in Gympie. The maps will be on display in the foyer of Gympie Regional Gallery for the duration of the exhibition. Visitors to the gallery are invited to take up a … More Make Your Mark! Tell Us About Gympie’s History Now and Then.
Robin Hines has been making art for a long time. He’s a pragmatic and practiced artist who’s been more or less making his living by his ability to paint all his life. But that doesn’t mean he’s stuck in one genre or one style. He prefers to experiment and try his hand at whatever takes … More Studio Visit – Robin Hines
G150 artist Meaghan Shelton will be creating an installation within the Mill office at the Gympie Woodworks Museum. Since this Saturday, October 15th is Open Day at the Museum, with the sawmill operating and many things happening, Meaghan will be taking up residence for the day and beginning work on her installation. She’s interested in … More Artist in Residence at The Woodworks Museum
On the opposite end of town to the Gold Mine Museum, Gympie Woodwork Museum tells the story of Australian forests and forestry. A significant collection of woodworking tools, photos, machinery and woods form part of a ‘living’ museum that includes a working steam driven timber mill and a working blacksmith shop, as well as being … More Gympie Woodworks Museum
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