2018 Program 2018 Program

11 May - 17 June 2018

Phil RoltonParis-Noosa: Art, Environment & Realism

An exhibition by local artist Phil Rolton
Paris-Noosa is a series of contemporary realism paintings created with pen and watercolour, depicting the artist’s commitment to Noosa’s natural environment and the artist’s love for the urban street life of Paris.


Have you ever wondered ?

An exhibition by Miles Allen
'Have you ever wondered' by Miles Allen asks questions about our sense of ownership, possession, repurposing and the ever-changing element of life and time passing.


Naked Beauty Displayed

An exhibition of paintings and drawings by local artist and author Glenise Clelland celebrating the human form.




Imaginate from 21 June - 15 July 2018

Imaginate is a children’s art exhibition and festival hosted by Noosa Regional Gallery. The gallery will be transformed into a space of sensory excitement and visual delight with educational and interactive displays covering the whole gallery. 





Noosa Open Studio - A Preview
20 July - 2 September 2018

A selection of artists participating in Noosa Open Studios will be exhibiting their work in the gallery. This annual art trail is an opportunity for the public to visit the private studios of local artists and learn more about their creative processes. It is a free event held across the Noosa shire from Friday August 17 to Sunday August 26, 2018. For more information, go to www.noosaopenstudios.com.au



As far as the eye can see
7 September - 14 October 2018

As far as the eye can see presents Australian printmakers whose practice includes investigations into their local landscapes. It also celebrates the breadth and depth of printmaking practice in Australia today. 

A Blue Mountains Cultural Centre exhibition curated by Rilka Oakley in association with the Print Council of Australia’s 50thAnniversary celebrations. Image:JULIE PATERSON Mountain landscape (in process) 2016, screenprint on linen A/P 35 x 44 cm



Lyn McCrea Memorial Drawing Prize 
19 October - 2 December 2018

The Lyn McCrea Memorial Drawing Prize, dedicated to the memory of the late Lyn McCrea (1944 – 2015); contemporary visual artist, art educator and art collector.  



Draw 2018 
19 October - 2 December 2018

Noosa Regional Gallery is proud to present DRAW! The student drawing prize for 2018. This prize is open to all students currently living on the Sunshine Coast in years 10, 11 & 12. DRAW 2018. 



ArtCycle 2018
19 October - 2 December 2018

A Community Art Exhibition and Competition Inspired by Council’s Towards Zero Waste strategy. Final artworks will highlight the creative ability to discover a new future for household items that have served their initial purpose.