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Gallery to celebrate the Hear We Are! exhibition

Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery is thrilled to announce its final exhibition of the year, ‘Here We Are!’

This exhibition is a celebration of the gallery’s iconic permanent collection, offering an extraordinary opportunity for art enthusiasts to experience a curated display of cherished artworks before the much-anticipated commencement of the Art Gallery’s redevelopment.

Gallery Director, Ian Tully said the ‘Here We Are!’ exhibition promised a journey through time and creativity, showcasing a diverse array of artwork that has found a permanent home within the walls of the gallery.

“From awe-inspiring paintings to thought-provoking sculptures, this collection reflects the cultural richness and artistic legacy of the region.

“This exhibition is a testament to the artistic heritage and cultural significance that the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery proudly holds.

“It is a moment to appreciate the depth of talent and creativity encapsulated in our permanent collection.
“Following the exhibition, these remarkable pieces from the permanent collection, will go into storage as we embark on the exciting journey of the Art Gallery’s redevelopment,” Mr Tully said.

Mr Tully said ‘Here We Are!’ exhibition would serve as a tribute to the artists, collectors, and supporters whose contributions have shaped the gallery’s narrative and established it as a beacon of artistic expression within the Swan Hill region.

The final showcase of the year will be launched on Friday, 8 December from 6-8pm.

“I extend a warm invitation to art enthusiasts, locals, and visitors to come along and immerse yourself in the compelling stories and artistic expressions of the region,” Mr Tully said.

In anticipation of the forthcoming redevelopment, the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery invites everyone to be a part of this culminating celebration and join in the appreciation of the ‘Here We Are!’ exhibition.

For more information, please contact the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery on 5036 2430 or visit:

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