Janjari, a major new work by internationally renowned Badtjala contemporary artist Dr Fiona Foley marks the first acquisitive commission by Hervey Bay Regional Gallery since reopening in 2022.
Hervey Bay Regional Gallery is proud to present Hervey Bay School of Displacement with nationally renowned artist Keg de Souza.
Raised in Hervey Bay and currently residing on the Sunshine Coast, Michael Cook interrogates the legacy of colonisation by remixing, inverting and reconstructing icons of Australian identity.
Hervey Bay: Designed for creatives, join arts consultant Olivia Everitt for a 3 hour grant writing workshop exploring the art of writing successful grant applications for arts projects and artists.
An exploration into the interconnectedness of life on earth – between human, animal, and plant beings, this exhibition featuring Angela Valamanesh is part of the Jam Factory’s Icon series.
Women’s connections to nature are explored through art and design with this exhibition featuring artists from the Fraser Coast, Bundaberg and beyond.
Land, Sea and Sky is a survey of works by Aboriginal artists connected to the Fraser Coast region. The exhibition’s title refers to the country that belongs to the Butchulla people.
'that land ... I still got it on my mind'
HBRG is honoured to have amongst its collection four prints from the Samsara suite of aquatints by prominent Butchulla artist Dr. Fiona Foley.
As part of Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality exhibiting at HBRG, Gatakers, HBRG and Artback NT proudly present Retrac(k)ing country and (s)kin.
The light fades but the gods remain is a major exhibition showcasing two key series by Bill Henson, one of Australia’s most eminent artists, exploring the suburb of Glen Waverley where he grew up.
Showcasing the work of members of Hervey Bay Spinners, Weavers and Fibre Artists inspired by the theme Colours of Australia.
Showcasing the work of members of Hervey Bay Spinners, Weavers and Fibre Artists this pop-up accompanies the Colours of Australia exhibition- now at HBRG.
Kunmanara Carroll’s captivating paintings and ceramics merge his deep knowledge of country with his beautifully intricate yet minimalist style.
Veiled Paradise surveys three decades of Badtjala artist Dr. Fiona Foley’s practice.
'To companion a companion' is an exhibition by Fernando do Campo that proposes humans as a companion species to birds.
The Dingo Project: Wongari investigates the spiritual mythology and historical narratives that connect dingoes to Aboriginal Australia.
Nothing says Queensland quite like the colour Maroon.
A MURRIALITY is the first survey of renowned Waanyi artist Gordon Hookey.
An exhibition celebrating the work of Hervey Bay environmental advocate Alan Peebles.
Girra: Fraser Coast National Art Prize is a new initiative of Hervey Bay Regional Gallery and Fraser Coast Regional Council.