It may be the final exhibition for the year at the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, but it could be one of the most memorable.
Goulburn Bustle, the exhibition that presents the breadth of the gallery's permanent collection, is back.
New Goulburn Regional Art Gallery director Yvette Dal Pozzo opened the exhibition on Instagram Live on Friday, November 5 and introduced the four galleries.
Goulburn Bustle sees the permanent collection take over the gallery's main exhibition space with new acquisitions, hidden gems and favourites from exhibitions past.
Curated by the gallery team, the show generates new perspectives on the great bustling crossroads that is our collection, our legacy, and a labour of love.
Ms Dal Pozzo said the gallery featured Canberra based contemporary artist Genevieve Swifte's new series of works entitled 'Blister'.
"These sensitive pencilled drawing document moments from the artist's life and they resonate with our quiet and fragmented experiences of the past year," she said.
"The series began as a collection of observational drawings, including self portraits and still life drawings that formed a diaristic or documentary narrative."
Ms Dal Pozzo said the window, curated by Collector resident James McKay, was something to behold.
"These works each approach the subjects of cultural and geographic history and displacement with nuance, foregrounding their personal narratives and lived experiences," she said.
The display, curated by Lauren Carroll Harris, includes five video works from artists exploring connections to heritage in place-making works of history, expatriation, repatriation, family and personal storytelling.
Goulburn Bustle will be open until January 8.
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