The Collection – Through a child’s eye (until March 20) captures the inquisitive imagination of our region’s kindergarten students as they attempt to interpret and recreate selected works from the Gympie Regional Gallery art collection.
Barely wearable (until April 1) highlights Sydney-based artist Ruth Downes’ passion for reappropriating everyday materials, from aircraft headsets to coffee capsules, into wearable art that playfully celebrates their intrinsic beauty.
This is a thought-provoking exhibition on human consumption and its relationship to environmental issues.
Fragments Within (March 25 to May 1) is an interactive exhibition by Ken Munsie’s use of objects that have had a previous life; reworked into quirky art. With undertones of life, death and rebirth, this exhibition is not to be missed.
Entry to the Gympie Regional Gallery at 39 Nash Street is free, with opening hours from 10am to 4pm, Tuesday to Saturday.
For more information, or to make bookings for workshops and themed activities, visit gympie.qld.gov.au/gallery or call 5481 0733.