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Upcoming Exhibitions

Gunggari Dhandigu (Country) Exhibition

‼️Calling Artists‼️


Mitchell on Maranoa Gallery invites you to exhibit in the upcoming "Gunggari Dhandigu" Exhibition 2024. This exhibition is for artists to showcase their connection to Country.



- Entries must be product of an artist of Gunggari descent

- All mediums and levels of experience welcome


🎨Theme: Celebrating Gunggari Country

Artworks submitted must be relevant to the theme, showcasing a connection to Gunggari Country through art.


🗓️Key Dates:

- Official Exhibition Opening: Saturday, 24th February 2024 at 6pm (Mitchell Library)

- Entries Close: Friday, 16th February 2023

- Exhibition Dates: 24th February 2024 - 6th April 2024


📦Submission Details:

- Artists are required to submit their entries by delivering the artworks to the Mitchell Library, 33 Cambridge St, Mitchell, QLD, 4465. Accompanied with an entry form.

- Entry Forms can be collected from the Mitchell Library or found on this page above.


ℹ️For More Information:

Questions and inquiries can be directed to

Feel free to each out for additional details about the exhibition, entry forms, and any other information.


Join us in celebrating Gunggari Country through art!

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We want your masterpieces.

We invite all people with a disability or mental illness to be involved and start creating for next year’s Art for Art’s Sake Exhibition.


Adjusting to a disability requires adapting to a lifestyle, it isn’t a case of being brave or courageous, but being prepared to face life and all it has to offer. People with disabilities go to school, get married, have families, laugh, cry just like everyone else. What is courage is facing the challenges and doing it anyway.

Creativity takes courage. It is about having faith in oneself, to leave one’s comfort zone and try something new.

“The effort to see things without distortion takes something like courage and this courage is essential to the artist, who has to look at everything as though he saw it for the first time.” Henri Matisse

The annual Art for Art’s Sake exhibition, though focused on artists with disabilities, (including mental health concerns), this year reflects on the courage of being people who just happen to have a disability, and their courage to express themselves as an artist.


Entry Forms can be collected from the Mitchell on Maranoa Gallery/Library. Also on this Facebook page or downloaded from our website HOME | Mitchell Art Gallery (

Entries close on the 12th of July, Friday. Artworks must be accompanied by a completed entry form.

The Exhibition will run from the 20th of July until the 31st of August 2024.

Opening Night

Saturday, 20th of July at 3pm – Open for all who would like to attend.

For more information contact via this page or email us at:


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