View some of the finest pieces from the Ipswich Art Gallery’s collection of 19th and early 20th century fine art and folk art, as well as contemporary works reflecting Ipswich’s heritage.
Experiment with colourful craft materials to make a deliciously bright soft sculpture or your very own shiny splat wall piece. You can take your creation home or display it in the Gallery for others to see.
Kenneth Macqueen (1897-1960) is widely acclaimed as an Australian modernist and ‘the most distinctive watercolourist of his generation’.
Take a second look at some treasures held within the city’s art collection with a selection of works by Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Ricky Swallow and Michael Cook.
Discover a kaleidoscope of epic proportions! Be mesmerized by the psychedelic imagery of The real thing a human-scaled, interactive kaleidoscope by new media artist Jordana Maisie.
Enter the dazzling world of Light Play where children can explore their artistic potential in an interactive space created especially for them! Play with overhead projectors and illuminated light boxes and discover what happens when light is cast on different materials.
Lyne Marshall is a modern artist traveller whose explorations, and the experiences encountered in the landscape, provide the inspiration for her artworks.