Out of Isolation 2020- Local artists exhibition

Local Exhibition at Grassland Art Gallery

Join the communities of Blackall and Tambo to celebrate the opening of an exhibition of works by seventeen local artists at the Grassland Art Gallery, Tambo. Created during the COVID-19 lockdown, this exhibition will feature a wide array of media; acrylic, sculpture, oils, woodwork and metalwork.

Official opening Saturday August 1st at 12.00pm.

$20 per person, lunch included.

Meet the Artists

Art Gallery Artists

Come and meet local artists from Blackall and Tambo and enjoy their current exhibition of work, ‘Whispers from the Grasslands’.

Enjoy a free morning tea of scones, coffee, great company and wonderful local art.

Dress the Central West

Beauty within the Drought – Dress the Central West Gala production and fundraiser.

An evening of innovative fashion, music & theatrics merging wearable Art
and Mental Health Awareness in regional Queensland.


‘Out There’ – 5 day artist retreat with artist John Lovett

Watercolour workshop

Discover the Outback and capture memories of a lifetime along with increasing your knowledge in your chosen art medium with an exceptional tutor guiding your journey.

Price includes Blackall accommodation, meals, transfers, tutor and workshop fees. All levels welcome, including non-painting partners. Payment Plans available.

Exhibition – Relocated

Art exhibition at Grassland Art Gallery

‘Relocated , memories of a new landscape’.

Artist, Nicole Harper explores the landscape, finding new ways to interpret what she sees.

Relocated is a collection of works completed since moving to the coastal hinterland of Queensland.

Nicole will deliver a plien-air painting workshop in Tambo on May 11th & 12th.

Grassland Art Gallery Exhibition – Physical Video

Art exhibitions at Grassland Art Gallery

Grassland Art Gallery audiences have an opportunity to experience key video works from the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Collection, when the exhibition tours from February 13, 2019.

‘Physical Video’ tours extensively across the Queensland region through until May 2020.

QAGOMA Director Chris Saines said ‘Physical Video’ focused on performance and theatricality in video art from the 1970s to the present.

‘These vibrant and thought-provoking works demonstrate how artists use the physical gestures and actions of the human body to illustrate social, political and aesthetic issues,’ Mr Saines said.

‘Each work engages the body, and captures acts of endurance alongside playful exploration of elements such as air, water and fire.

‘We are thrilled to have the opportunity to tour this accessible and stimulating exhibition, which is designed with multi-purpose gallery spaces in mind, he said.

For more information visit qagoma.qld.gov.au/whats-on/touring/physical-video.