Exhibition Gallery and Arts Resource Centre
- The focal point for the visual arts in East Gippsland.
- Vibrant public gallery showing an average of 22 exhibitions a year.
- Exhibitions range across all art forms and media and feature local artists as well as artists from intrastate, interstate, national and international.
- Staff and volunteers provide a broad range of information about the region's arts community, galleries and craft outlets.
- Available for individual or community group hire.
- EGAG is principally funded by the East Gippsland Shire Council with support from Arts Victoria.
- The EGAG exists to promote, stimulate and develop arts and culture in the East Gippsland Shire through a program of high quality, innovative and accessible exhibitions and activities.
4 Apr–29 Apr
Mad Hatters artea Party
2 May–27 May
leaf to landscape
Pauline Crunden & Tracie Toohey
28 Feb–25 Mar
Out of a Tree & A Collection of Miscellany
Di Deppeler & Eileen Thurgood
28 Feb–25 Mar
Mad Hatter’s arTea Party Children’s Activity Day
3 May 2014
1st Session 10am – 11am Kindergarten children
2nd Session 11.30am – 12.30am 9 – 11 year old
Digressions, detours and side tracks - eclectic contributions to a traveling Journal
CANCELLED Veronica Young
Saturday 12 April 2014
1pm – 3pm
At her studio –
Free Family Day at EGAG
Saturday 29 March 2014 between 10am & 2pm
Volunteers orientation day
4pm, Wednesday 12 March 2014
East Gippsland Art Gallery Inc. is seeking expressions of interest from Artists to deliver a public art installation project at Bairnsdale, East Gippsland.
EGAG’s Award for ARTIST BOOKS
“revolutionise the form of the book”Next award & exhibition August 2016
Toyed and True 26 Sept - 21 Oct is about handmade toys. Entry form & details...read more
Everyone is invited to be part of the fun and madness of Alice in Wonderland by sending a ‘postcard from the rabbit hole’. Postcards to be received at EGAG by 24 April ...read more
Textiles, Jewellery and Woodcraft
2013 Hal Porter Short Story Competition - 20th year!
Australian writers are invited to enter a short story, written in any style for the first prize of $1000.
and the winner is Claire Aman from NSW with “Love Me Tender”
and the winner is..
Demonstration by accomplished British artist in palette knife oil painting technique – Saturday 14 December 2013
Washi Naïve art workshop - Saturday 18 January 2014
with Linden Dean
Artist book workshop with Dineke McLean
Gallery hours: Tuesday–Friday 10am–4pm
Entry is Free
Address: 2 Nicholson Street Bairnsdale Victoria 3875
Phone: 5153 1988
Fax: 5153 1026
Email: click here
Make your first stop the Gallery shop for Christmas gifts.
The Gallery Shop is a boutique showcase of quality items created by Gippsland artists.