It Was Time: Artwork from the 60s and 70s
This exhibition uncovers hidden gems from the Gallery’s Collection, for a special celebration of artworks created in the Whitlam era.
The Grafton Regional Gallery was opened in 1988 and is a cultural service of the Clarence Valley Council supported by Create NSW and other funding bodies.
The Gallery aims to be an accessible centre of excellence in the visual arts for the redsidents of and visitors to the Clarence Valley adn to promote understanding and development of the visual arts.
The Gallery has a permanent collection of over 1,300 artworks which, through an active acquisition policy of purchase, donation and gifting is steadily growing.
The Collection is showcased through curated exhibitions for display in the region, for touring throughout Australia and through published catalogues. In addition, works are loaned to galleries adn museums and are utilised in outreach eduactional programs.
Image Credit: John Witzig Nat and the Girls 1972, Courtesy Gallery Collection