Horsham Regional Art Gallery

Current

  • Ground Floor Galleries

    Conflated

    01 June - 20 October

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Upcoming

  • Mack Jost Gallery

    NAIDOC EXHIBITION 2024: Keep the fire burning! Blak, loud & proud

    06 July - 01 September

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  • Council Gallery

    Amabile Dalfarra-Smith: Rhythm of the Land

    06 July - 01 September

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Past

  • Collection Gallery

    Australian Female Photographers
    from the Collection

    17 February - 16 June

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  • Community Gallery

    Kathryn Ellen Wilson: Faces of Balmoral

    17 February - 12 May

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  • Mack Jost Gallery

    Don’t Define Me

    17 February - 16 June

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  • Handbury Gallery

    Know My Name: Australian Women Artists

    02 March - 19 May

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  • Exhibitions

    Women painters in the Mack Jost Collection

    23 November - 04 February

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  • Community Gallery

    Shirley Newton

    29 November - 04 February

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  • Exhibitions

    WIMMERA
    Greg Mallyon

    02 December - 04 February

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  • Exhibitions

    Worlds of Infinite Possibility

    18 November - 18 February

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  • Collection Gallery

    The many faces of Wes Walters

    06 October - 04 February

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  • Community Gallery

    Shane Boland

    16 September - 15 October

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  • Council Gallery

    The Secret Language of Flowers

    15 September - 26 November

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  • Exhibitions

    NAIDOC Week Art Exhibition 2023

    02 July - 10 September

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  • Art Is... Festival - Fire
    Town Hall Gallery

    Art is… FUNdamental: Wimmera Artists on Fire Exhibition

    20 May - 11 June

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  • Community Gallery

    Seussical the Musical – Community Gallery Exhibition

    27 May - 24 June

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  • Handbury Gallery

    CREATION
    Deborah Kelly + collaborators

    08 July - 05 November

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The Horsham Town Hall and Horsham Regional Art Gallery acknowledge the traditional lands of the Wotjobaluk, Jaadwa, Jadawadjali, Wergaia and Jupagulk people. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.