This year marks 30 years of the Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery, and to celebrate a series of exhibitions have been announced by Council.
The current exhibition is the first of two, the second is set to take place at the end of the year.
Held in the Flinders Gallery section of the Art Gallery, the exhibition features artworks by Anna Hubert, Carolyn O’Neill, Kylie Coomblas, Mark Zed, Marek Herburt, Pamela Crocker and Wendy Pfeiffer.
The public are also invited to a special closing event of the 30 Year Celebrations on June 26, from 1-3pm. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/cynthia-schwertsik-my-name-celebrating-30-years-of-pprag-tickets-341081071667
Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery was established in 1992, exhibiting in the old baggage room of the closed passenger railway station in Port Pirie.
The redevelopment of the railway station into the Regional Tourism and Arts Centre in 1994 included the first purpose built dedicated A-class art gallery.
Gallery facilities now include an Artist in Residence Studio, Community Gallery and Workshop, with public programs encompassing outreach to schools, community groups, disability services and youth support agencies.
Photo: By Port Pirie Regional Council