arc yinnar

Gallery arc. High quality exhibitions are hosted every 2, 4 or 6 weeks in this large and elegant Gallery space which measures 20 x 7 metres. Each calendar year a mix of shows are hosted with an emphasis on the contemporary approach to art making and a wide range of media. Floor Plan here. Application Form here

The small gallery size is 415cm x 300cm and has an up to date hanging system. Floor Plan here Application Form here

Open Entry group shows are open to artists to exhibit at the minimal cost of $10 or $12.50 per artwork. Examples include the 'Members and Friends exhibition in Summer'; in 2010 we held 'COLOUR IT!' around the theme of using colour to express your emotions and moods. Annual exhibitions include the ‘ARC WOMEN'S SHOW’

Exhibition proposals from individual artists and groups are welcome and we encourage you to plan 12 months ahead, contact the Gallery Coordinator with your idea and Exhibition guidelines are available from the arc office.  Solo and group shows attract payment of gallery hire for a minimum of 2 weeks with no commission on sales - if transactions are handled by the artist themselves.

Curated Exhibitions such as 'My Big Backyard: Reflections on Landscape', 2017 showcase a particular theme or media relevant to those artists invited to participate. Open hours with staff attending are 12 till 4pm Friday to Sunday.


LRG EMERGING ARTIST AWARD 2021: Sept 18 - Oct 17, 2021

 Protected I by Christine Bourchier. 

Tenuous Perceptions: photographs, drawing, printmaking and sculpture by Christine Bourchier. The exhibition is an award partnership between the Latrobe Regional Gallery, arc Yinnar and the Arts Academy at Federation University, Churchill. Christine completed her Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts in 2020. The Closing Event for this exhibition is on Saturday 16 October 2-4pm, restrictions permitting. All welcome. 

Owls of nebraska Sept 18, 19, 25 & 26

Owls of Nebraska have an event in the Sparc Gallery with their new album recording and printing the sleeves in situ  which will be for sale and includes a poster and custom made cover art. They will also showcase original drawings, collages, photographs and prints made as part of the inferno e-book research supported with a grant from Regional Arts Victoria and screened as part of the Owls of Nebraska Checkmate live performance (image) at the Latrobe Regional Gallery earlier this year.

linda ellery solo exhibition Aug 9 - 28

 From TAFE to Masters

 a retrospective exhibition featuring paintings, sculptures and mixed media works, created over many years. .

close to home

Open Entry group exhibition around the theme of 'home'

doing family

A curated exhibition around many themes of 'family' and what that might mean.

lrg emerging artist award 2020: Feb 13 - March 10, 2021

 Jeremy Kasper, The Meeting Place, 2019.

The first exhibition for the year in Gallery arc signals our building re-opening after major refurbishment. Between Places: recent works on canvas and paper by Jeremy Kasper. The exhibition is an award partnership between the Latrobe Regional Gallery, arc Yinnar and the Arts Academy at Federation University, Churchill. Jeremy completed his Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts in 2019. The Opening Event for Between Places is on Sunday 21 February 2-4pm. All welcome. 

fabric and thread - feb 13 - 28

 Textiles by Dinah Barton in SParc

 An exhibition of recent textile work by Loch Sport artist Dinah Barton. Join us at the opening on Sunday 21 Feb, 2-4pm 

gippsland sculpture exhibition 2021 - march 21 - may 9

 Full information and your invitation is available HERE



annual women's exhibition feb 29 - march 28, 2020

Embracing Female Rage.......

Open to all Female artists to exhibit work that relates (or not) to the theme of Rage. Please note the opening event is on Sat March 7, 2-4pm and the works will be on show from Friday Feb 28.

Twenty Twenty exhibition feb 1 - 22, 2020

Open Entry group exhibition.

What is your unique vision for 2020? Please join us for the first show in our exhibition program on Saturday 1 Feb from 2pm.

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