Past exhibitions & events
16 Sep 2023 — 05 Nov 2023
Dylan Sarra is a Brisbane-based artist who originates from the Bundaberg region in Queensland and belongs to the Gooreng Gooreng peoples. Sarra's artistic journey is deeply entwined with the transformative power of Indigenous art and how it contributes to written language.
12 Aug 2023 — 29 Oct 2023
Exploring how we arrived at this point – from the archaic to a language of compressed space – Bruce Reynolds’ work invites consideration of the ancient and the ‘now’.
24 Sep 2023 — 24 Sep 2023
Join us for a morning gathering, as Bruce Reynolds engages in discussions and responds to inquiries regarding the origins and progression of the work showcased in How Soon Is Now?
23 Sep 2023 — 23 Sep 2023
In this workshop, participants will cast a low relief piece from their own design. They will be shown how to carve their unique design in the negative which will then be cast as a positive panel. Hand colouring techniques will be shared and the resulting sculpture could be hung or hand coloured.
18 Sep 2023 — 18 Sep 2023
Embark on a captivating journey with artist Dylan Sarra as he leads you through an exclusive guided tour of his newest exhibition, "Burnett River Petroglyphs." Following the tour, immerse yourself in a hands-on workshop held in our community gallery.
07 Jun 2023 — 19 Aug 2023
'Junior Curators' presents an exciting opportunity for young people aged 8–13 years to engage in their own behind-the-scenes exhibition development program with the Ipswich Art Gallery.
03 Jul 2023 — 17 Jul 2023
Drawing on this year’s NAIDOC Week theme, ‘For Our Elders’, the gallery will form a quiet space of reflection, and conversation around key themes represented through the 50-year-long NAIDOC Week poster project.
06 May 2023 — 09 Jul 2023
Through the lens of photography, Grant Quinn focuses his first solo exhibition, Architectural Layers, on documenting the aesthetic reverence in the work of renowned Ipswich Architect George Brockwell Gill.
17 Jun 2023 — 17 Jun 2023
Join local printmakers Grey Hand Press in the Ipswich Community Gallery for this beginner-friendly Monoprint Workshop.
04 Jun 2023 — 04 Jun 2023
Join David Greenhalgh, the National Gallery of Australia’s Kenneth E Tyler Assistant Curator, International Prints & Drawing, for a morning talk on Rauschenberg & Johns: Significant Others.
04 Mar 2023 — 14 May 2023
Green, Red and Black is a collective ceramic installation that captures Ipswich-based artist Jane du Rand's interpretation of the ever-evolving Australian natural landscape.
04 Mar 2023 — 01 May 2023
Decades of daily observations have been preserved through Ipswich-based artist Deb Mostert's sketchbook practice, and she showcases her collection for the first time in Everyday Sketchbooks.
04 Mar 2023 — 30 Mar 2023
The exhibition encapsulates the creativity, patience, and social and ethical concerns of its many makers and aims to celebrate the versatility of the textile medium.