23 May EXHIBITIONS CLOSING SOON AT GLADSTONE REGIONAL ART GALLERY & MUSEUM
Don’t miss the opportunity to see an exhibition by Queensland artist, Deb Mostert, and a display of images from our region’s photographers.
Australien Future – tales of migration, 13 April – 25 May
This exhibition of paintings, film footage and sculptural installation by Deb Mostert examining migration.
The works draw parallels between migratory experiences in Australia for both people and birds. Imagery is drawn from Deb’s family’s migration, overlaid with the migration stories of our shorebirds.
Deb Mostert is a first generation Australian, both her parents having left the Netherlands with their families in the 1 950’s. The Mostert family initially lived in Gladstone in a small house on Glenlyon Street.
Also on display is digitised footage that the artist’s grandfather took in 1955 of the journey from the Netherlands to Gladstone. This exhibition is supported with funding by Arts Queensland Queensland Arts Showcase Program.
Intercity Images 2019, 13 April – 25 May
Photographers of the Gladstone Region have captured the spirit of Central Queensland’s lifestyle, people and environment for the annual photographic exchange between the Sister Cities of Gladstone Region and Saiki City, Japan.
Intercity Images 201 9 is a display of all eligible Gladstone Region entries. Thirty local entries have been selected to be shown in Saiki City later this year.
A Gladstone Saiki Sister City Advisory Committee initiative, supported by Gladstone Regional Council.
The Gallery & Museum is a community cultural initiative of the Gladstone Regional Council, located on the corner of Goondoon & Bramston Streets. Open I Oam — 5pm, Monday to Saturday, admission is free. We hope to see you soon.