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Events & Workshops

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Events & Workshops

Gayndah Art Gallery AGM

“Friends of Gayndah Gallery have their AGM coming up, on Wednesday, 13 March, 5.30pm at Gayndah Art Gallery.

"All positions on the Committee will need to be filled, so if you would like to be involved, we would love to see you there!  The AGM will be followed by the monthly meeting, and we welcome everyone to come along with fresh ideas and suggestions for the future of Gayndah Art Gallery.”


Gayndah Development Association's 'Bluebird (of Happiness) Art' Workshops

Gayndah Development Association's 'Bluebird (of Happiness) Art' sessions begin this month at the Gayndah Art Gallery.

The 2 hour art therapy sessions tailored to adults are open to anyone aged from 18 to 98 and include fun mindset exercises to start each workshop followed by an art/craft activity.

The focus of the workshops is to provide a cheerful space for well-being which combine ways to tap into a positive headspace, alongside creativity, conversation and community in an uplifting and welcoming setting.

The meet ups are provided via sponsorship from the Queensland Mental Health Commission & will be delivered by Arts North Burnett,  and are supported by Gayndah Art Gallery.  
There will be room for 15 participants at each session so prior bookings are required.  Bookings/enquiries can be made via the gallery on

4140 8057 or  

Having some sessions on a weekend allows those who work Monday to Friday to attend at times. Times are as follows:

January:    Saturday 20th - 12:30pm - 2:30pm

                    Saturday 27th - 12:30pm - 2:30pm

February:  Saturday 10th - 12:30pm - 2:30pm

                    Saturday 24th - 12:30pm - 2:30pm

March:       Saturday 23rd - 12:30pm - 2:30pm

                    Saturday 30th - 12:30pm - 2:30pm

These workshops will run for the duration of 12 months and are free to attend.  Participants are welcome to bring along a cuppa and a smile, and share in some positive vibes.

(The venue has lift access for those with mobility issues and the space is air-conditioned).

For Booking Related  Enquiries:

Email us: or


Digital prints by Ness Bambling of the working Penwhaupell Station.


Desserts at the Sunday Lunch celebration, complimented with artwork by Zarabella Bambling and photography by her Great-Grandmother Philippa Bambling.

Visitors and guests admiring the exhibition.


Zarabella, Art, Ness and Josie Bambling of Penwhaupell

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 Amanda Wager at the opening of her exhibition.  A lovely evening, attended by over 40 people from Gayndah, Mundubberra and Biggenden.

Ross Driver


Jane Glenn - Gayndah Art Gallery, and John Simpson - Biggenden Arts & Crafts Centre with Amanda Wager.

Former Gayndah Railway Station Master, Des Randall, accepts a painting, donated  by Ross Driver, on behalf of the Gayndah Heritage Railway.

Des Randall accepts a painting on behalf of the Gayndah Heritage Railway by Ross Driver

Attending the 10th Anniversary of the Gayndah Art Gallery, from left, Carmel Hafner, Jane Glenn, Michelle and Liam Dougherty.


Jennine Darrow (R) presented her patchwork wall hanging, "Ginger Jars", to Jane for her recent significant birthday.


Artist Sue Capewell with a painting she did from a photograph of a dog taken by former Gayndah resident Jessie Wein.

Janet Nott, Jane Glenn and Jennine Darrow at the afternoon tea to celebrate the "Sew Wot" exhibition recently.

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