Maryborough Art Society Inc.

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... exhibiting art, crafts and works by local artists in a series of changing displays.

The Maryborough Art Society provides a venue for local and regional artists to showcase their work. Art exhibitions ensure the local district can continue to enjoy the arts. We are proud to display art works by award winning artists in a great variety of styles, sizes and prices.

The Maryborough Art Society is located in the old Winter Garden Theatre Building at 282 Kent Street, Maryborough. The gallery is operated by volunteers, entry to the gallery is free and the premises is wheelchair friendly.

The gallery is open 7 days a week –
Monday to Saturday, 10am to 2pm
Sunday, 10am to 1pm.


ART SOCIETY NEWS

Members Art Exhibition 2018
This will be run from 20th August to 17th September 2018. Entries close on the 17th August at 2.00pm.
Official Opening: 3.00pm on Saturday, 25th August 2018.

There will be 8 different categories in which you can enter and there will be prize money on offer. For more details and entry forms, please contact the Gallery on (07) 4122 4408

Gallery Improvements
The Art Society has been successful in gaining a Gaming and Community Grant for the installation of Gallery Lighting, this will make the Gallery far more attractive to those wishing to hold exhibitions.

Maryborough Art Festival
The Art Festival unfortunately will not be held in 2018, however the Art Society is planning to hold this event once again in 2019.


ABOUT THE ART SOCIETY

The Maryborough Art Society was first formed as the Maryborough Art Group in 1947 by a small group of people with a common interest in art. This group flourished, later becoming the Wide Bay Art Society, which was responsible for starting the annual Winter Art Festival.

In 1988 the Art Society went through more changes; it was offered accommodation in the old Gatakers building and changed its name, becoming incorporated as the Maryborough Art Society Inc.

In 2009 the Art Society relocated to its current location, where it continues to provide a venue for the people of Maryborough and the local district to enjoy the arts.