Goulburn Regional Art Gallery




Karen Egan, Metal Landsacpe, (detail), 2017, photography, 40 x 40cm


Goulburn Regional Art Gallery continues its commitment to exhibiting local and regional artists' work.  Goulburn Regional Art Gallery provides professional development opportunities for artists living in the Southern Tablelands, Canberra region and the Southern Highlands (an approx 120km radius of Goulburn) but supporting the creation of new work and raising the profile of artists in the region, as well as providing stimulating floortalks, masterclasses, workshops and artists' talks throughout the year.

In 2012 Goulburn Regional Art Gallery introduced Snapshot - a Local Artist Space in the Gallery Foyer space.  Artists from the local region are invited to submit a proposal to exhibit one large work or several smaller works in the foyer area and give an artist talk or demonstration based on their art practice.  Exhibitions run for a period of one month and are subject to an application process.

Some of the artists who have exhibited here in the past two years have gone on to be part of larger main gallery exhibitions.

Snapshot proposals will reopen in 2019

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Currently on exhibition

Karen Egan- Metal Landscape - Snapshot Exhibition

7 December 2018 - 2 February 2019

Goulburn, Karen Egan is an established artist with a practice spanning textiles and photography.  For some years, Egan has been observing and documenting the appearance of heavy vehicles carrying metal waste into and out of town.  Not knowing the finer details of where, how and why these trays were appearing, Egan instead found the form of these discarded, enigmatic objects fascinating and from then has created a new body of work, "Metal Landscape'




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