It's been a while, but there's great news for art lovers out there!
The Goulburn Regional Art Gallery is back open to the public and there is plenty of magnificent masterpieces on show.
There is a ceramic artworks exhibition 'Earthbound' and Kim Williams and Lucas Ihlein's exhibition in Gallery Two which explores plastic and its double-edged existence in human lives.
There is also the Window which is curated by local artist Bill Dorman and holds a series of works by another local photographer, Stephen Hartup.
The opening of the exhibitions was held in September, but this will be the first time people will see the artworks in real life.
A spokesperson from the art gallery said it was great to be open to the public again.
"As a space that thrives on highlighting art practices from our community and further afield, we can't wait to see our current exhibitions activated once more," she said.
"We have a brilliant run of shows that encourage deep thinking, connection to the earth, thoughtful practices and intricate processes.
"Each of these shows has a beautiful connection to material qualities, propensities, agencies and vitalities.
"We can't wait to introduce you to these shows, and hear your thoughts on such diverse forms, practices and worlds."
Education workshops, such as the Afternoon Art Club and Art Teenies will remain as online resources.
The gallery will be adhering to all state government guidelines which are as follows:
- Check in using the Gallery's QR code via the Service NSW app or with the Gallery iPad
- Entry is permitted for fully vaccinated persons only and proof of vaccination or exemption must be provided
- All persons over the age of 12 are required to wear a mask indoors
- Children under 16 who are not vaccinated will need to be accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult from the same household
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