Gloucester Gallery opening hours:

10am - 4pm Wednesday to Saturday

10am - 1pm Sunday 

Entry is free. 25 Denison Street, Gloucester, NSW 2422

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Gallery opening hours:

10am - 4pm Wednesday to Friday

& 10am - 1pm Sunday

Entry is free.

Gloucester Gallery is a community exhibition space located in the historic School of Arts building in the heart of Gloucester and situated at the foot of the world heritage Barrington Tops.

We host an exciting program of quality monthly exhibitions presented by visiting and local artists and community groups.Our gallery is a much loved and inviting space for artists and art lovers alike.

We welcome everyone to our Gallery and to advertised openings that launch each exhibition.

The 'Gloucester Gallery' is a Gloucester Arts & Cultural Council Inc. (GACCI) initiative, established in 1999.

Our motto is "Art for All". We hope to achieve this by:

-providing a facility for the use by the entire Gloucester community to display our district's culture.

-fostering the practice, study and appreciation of the arts in our community.

-encouraging & supporting artists in their artistic, economic & professional development.

Workshops will be announced on our main page and on our facebook page.

To see our exhibition policy please see the exhibiting information page.

The Gloucester Gallery and Gloucester Arts & Cultural Council Inc (GACCI) is supported by the NSW Government through Regional Arts NSW, the Mid North (Barrington) Coast Council and the generosity of local business and a dedicated team of volunteers.

Gallery Director - Rachel Saunders 

0425 203 877

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Exhibitions program January to June 2020 postponed

Wednesday 1 January 2020 - Tuesday 30 June 2020
Exhibitions for the first half of 2020.

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