Exhibitions

The World That We Want

10th Sep 2014 - 5th Oct 2014

An Exhibition by Mackay Kindergarten and Preschool is open for viewing from Wednesday 10th September – Sunday 5th October 2014
 
Inspired by the book "The World That We Want" by Kim Michele Toft and their recent beach cleaning excursion…three and four year old children from Mackay Kindergarten and Preschool made some very interesting creations using some of the items they found on the beach.

They would like people to come and see how recycled pieces can be transformed into colourful artworks.

Other individual artworks will also be included in the exhibition, such as 'Life In A Rotten Log'

Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens Lagoons Gallery is open Wednesday to Friday 10 am - 3pm and Weekends from 9am - 4pm

Cost: Free

For all enquiries regarding the Lagoons Gallery, email botanic@mackay.qld.gov.au  or phone
Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens on 49527300.

“Sunday Painters”…an Exhibition by Uta Wild and Mary Brown.

21st Jan 2015 - 1st Mar 2015

This exhibition has been postponed till January 2015 by request of artists.

Local Artists, Uta Wild and Mary Brown are well known painters in traditional and figurative abstraction images. Both have won many art prizes and sold their works both nationally and overseas. They have been classed as natural colourists and their exhibition 'Sunday Painters' will include landscapes, still life, figures in landscapes and marine images.

Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens Lagoons Gallery is open Wednesday to Friday 10 am - 3pm and Weekends from 9am - 4pm

Cost: Free

Contact Botanic Gardens 49527300 or email botanic@mackay.qld.gov.au

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Exhibit your artwork at the Lagoons Gallery

The Lagoons Gallery, located at the main entrance of the Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, features art exhibitions and displays with environmental and cultural themes.

The Botanic Gardens provides you or your group with the opportunity to exhibit your artwork or display at the Lagoons Gallery, which is accessed by a growing number of Mackay residents and visitors in a unique garden/gallery/cafe setting.

It's simple to apply, simply complete the exhibition proposal and submit it to Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens.