File FGF74 - Noosa Regional Gallery File

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Noosa Regional Gallery File


  • 1981- (Creation)

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1 folder ; 30 cm.

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Established in 1981, the gallery is a publicly owned non-collecting gallery funded by Noosa Council. The gallery also administers an annual scholarship known as the Noosa Regional Gallery Travelling Scholarship. It consists of three bursaries that provides professional development opportunities through travel for artists and designers of the Sunshine Coast.

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From the Fryer Library Art Exhibition Catalogues of Queensland.

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Contains material such as art exhibition catalogues, invitations and ephemeral items relating to Australian artists exhibiting in Queensland galleries.
Fryer Library holdings include: Mamaa - The Untouchable ones - Wanjina works from the Ngarinyin, Arthur Boyd & Brett Whitely, Tribal elders - Warlpiri tribe, 2002 ; Ocean elemental, 2004 ; Floating land, 2005 ; Marc Standing, Stephan Dunlop, Judy Barrass, Jill Brose, 2006 ; Floating land, 2007 ; Books 07 ; Wild/flower Women [Kathleen McArthur], 2016/17.

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Unrestricted access.

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  • English

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Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.




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