Geelong Gallery collection
installation view, Geelong Gallery, 2018
Photographer: Andrew Curtis

Geelong Gallery collection
installation view, Geelong Gallery, 2018
Photographer: Andrew Curtis


Geelong Gallery is temporarily closed


A message from the Geelong Gallery Board

In response to the COVID–19 (Coronavirus) pandemic and in line with Government and health authority advice, Geelong Gallery will be closed to the public from Friday 16 July to Tuesday 27 July inclusive.

Geelong Gallery's current exhibitions include 2021 Geelong contemporary art prizeBlanche Tilden—ripple effect: a 25 year surveyCollection leads: Zilverster (Goodwin and Hanenbergh)—AmatorSarah Walker—Her small white hands (Wall commission #2) and We see recognition—a children’s art exhibition.

Geelong Gallery Store is trading online.

Our purpose is to provide experiences of art that enrich people’s lives. We understand that engagement in the arts is essential to our wellbeing and is particularly important in times of uncertainty. We encourage you to continue to engage with the Gallery and the cultural sector on social media and by accessing our digital resources and programs.

Thank you, once again, for your support and understanding during this difficult time. All of us at Geelong Gallery wish you and your families good health and we look forward to welcoming you back to the Gallery again.

Please consult the Department of Health and Human Services guidelines and recommendations provided here for further information.

 

Gerard Mullaly
President

Jason Smith
Director and CEO

 

 
Geelong Gallery temporary closure

Geelong Gallery is temporarily closed in line with Government and health authority advice.

Stay in touch

We encourage you to continue to engage with the Gallery by visiting our 360° virtual tour, staying in touch with us on social media, watching Curator insights and artist interviews on the Gallery Channel and accessing our digital resources and programs.

Geelong Gallery Store 

Geelong Gallery Store is open online. Every purchase you make supports the Gallery and the clever and creative individuals living in our region.

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