Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery

  • Phone: (07) 4688 6652
  • Address:
    Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery
    531 Ruthven St
    Toowoomba, QLD 4350
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Located beside City Hall at 531 Ruthven Street, the Toowoomba Art Gallery was established in 1938, making it the oldest public art gallery in regional Queensland .The current Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery facility was opened in March 1994 and is owned and maintained by council.Admission is free.Access for the disabled is from street level, with a lift leading to the upper floor. Toilet facilities cater for visitors using wheelchairs and parents and guardians tending babies and young children. Parking is available in Ruthven Street and in nearby off-street car parks.Gallery hours:Tuesday - Saturday: 10am - 4pm.Sunday: 1pm - 4 pm.Public Holidays: 10am - 4pm.Closed Christmas Day and Good FridayPlease note that The Gallery Shop closes at 3:45pm - ie 15 minutes before the Gallery closes.


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Lloyd Rees: Life and Light

5th April

Brisbane-born painter and draftsman Lloyd Rees (1895–1988) is one of Australia’s most recognised and awarded landscape artists. He twice received the...

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Lloyd Rees: Life and Light

5th April

Brisbane-born painter and draftsman Lloyd Rees (1895–1988) is one of Australia’s most recognised and awarded landscape artists. He twice received the...

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Ah Xian: Metaphysica

29th March

Ah Xian is a senior Chinese-Australian artist who is best known for his contemporary use of traditional Chinese cultural motifs, techniques and materials...

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Still Life: Joachim Froese Photographs 1999-2011

25th January

This survey exhibition presents a selection of Froese’s work that has concentrated on photographic still life and often explores personal family history....

Free

Void

17th January

Void is a hand woven wire installation by Carly Scoufos that continues her exploration of space. Her installations explore the utilisation of alternative...

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Imprint

8th January

Imprint is the personal journey of local artist Maryika Welter. Her exhibition expresses the connectedness with people through the process of...

Free

Toowoomba Takatsuki Photographic Exchange

4th December

As part of Toowoomba’s Sister City programs with Takatsuki in Japan, a photographic exchange program has been developed between the Toowoomba and...

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The continuing faith

4th December

Local artist Corrina McLaughlin explores what it means to have a faith within today’s society as related to the idea of God and religion. Corrina’s work...

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