Sandstone Sculpture by Graham Knowles. Photo: Gail Taylor.

Lapunyah Art Gallery is a regional art gallery situated in the Cultural Precinct within the Central Business District of Chinchilla. Recognised as a warm and welcoming space for exhibiting artists and visitors, Lapunyah has a changing program of local and touring exhibitions across two gallery spaces.

Useful information

80-86 Heeney Street, Chinchilla, QLD
Free

Features

Gift shop
Disabled access
Toilets
Accessible toilets
Baby changing facilities

Opening hours

Monday10am – 4pm
Tuesday10am – 4pm
Wednesday10am – 4pm
Thursday10am – 4pm
Friday10am – 4pm
Saturday9am – 12pm
SundayClosed

More information about Lapunyah Art Gallery

Entirely managed by a team of dedicated volunteers, the Gallery increases the profile of local artists and provides thought provoking contemporary exhibitions for the community. The highly skilled volunteer staff provide professional development support through exhibition opportunities complimented by community workshops.

With a focus on strong teamwork Lapunyah develops the professionalism of their volunteers through a unique in house exhibition mentoring program and regular skills training.

The Lapunyah Art Gallery holds images of local Acacia and Fungi by Grace Lithgow and works by significant artists such as Hugh and Anthony Sawrey, Rex Bacchus-Smith, Tom McAulay, John Morrison and Paul Ching-Bor.

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