Grassland Art Gallery Grassland Art Gallery



30 Arthur Street, TAMBO, QLD, 4478 

07 4621 6600


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The Grassland Art Gallery is a public exhibition space located centrally in Tambo and is free to visit. The front façade of the building references a historical shop that occupied this site in earlier times.

The Gallery is the only Council-supported, purpose-built, climate controlled facility within a 300km radius, extending from Longreach to Roma.

The Grassland Art Gallery has a contemporary cool and inviting exhibition area that has a running space of 40 metres. It has a rotating exhibition program of locally produced and curated

displays, regional artists and touring exhibitions. The gallery programming is managed by the Tambo Arts Council in a collaboration with the Blackall-Tambo Regional Council's Arts and Cultural Officer.

The Gallery offers a large community workshop and meeting space that is well equipped for a range of events and activities. It is the cultural hub that also connects and interacts closely with the historical precinct in presenting Tambo's rich cultural heritage. A relaxing courtyard connects the Gallery and workshop spaces. 

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In the Gallery........



Whispers from the Grasslands 

14 artists from the Blackall-Tambo regional area were joined by family and friends to celebrate the opening of the 2019 local exhibition at the Grassland Art Gallery, aptly titled 'Whispers from the Grassland'. 

A crowd of fifty art enthusiasts enjoy an afternoon of great art, good food, wine and good company. Several works were sold at the event and more were snapped up in the week following. Four years ago the Committee decided to hold the local exhibition as a biennial event, which is proving to be a successful stategy as new artists emerge and participate. Credit must go the local arts organizations, the Tambo Arts Council and the Blackall Cultural Association, whose volunteers access Council's Regional Arts Development Fund to deliver workshops with tutors who inspire and encourage. 

If you haven't seen the exhibition (and even if you have), make sure you don't miss it!. Whispers fromt he Grasslands will be on display unitl the beginning of August.




Comming Soon 

Past and Present by Sydney astist, Georgina Hart.

Georgina is excitied to exhibit a new collection of works inspired by her journey in Art. Her love of nature and colour will shine through each whimsical story which is dug form her imgaination and inspired by her observations. 



The Grassland Art Gallery was awarded a Special Commendation in the prestigious statewide 2013 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards (GAMAA) for the Significantly Tambo exhibition developed as part of Tambo's 150-year anniversary events and festivities.

The Grassland Art Gallery, Tambo, was recognised for outstanding achievement in the category of ‘Organisations: Staff of Under 4' for its Significantly Tambo exhibition.

The Significantly Tambo exhibition marked the first local history exhibition to be co-curated with the Tambo community, comprising significant objects that represented important events and eras in Tambo's heritage.

This whole-of-community approach brought new audiences and engagement to the Gallery and facilitated the telling of Tambo's history and stories, some of which were little known.

In awarding the Grassland Art Gallery a Special Commendation in this category, the judges recognised Significantly Tambo as an important exhibition for the region. It demonstrated

the effective use of objects to present the stories of the region's heritage, and the use of social media to publicise and promote the exhibition during prime tourism season to achieve both community and entrepreneurial outcomes.

Alison Shaw (Gallery Liaison Officer) and Josh Tarrant at the GAMA

For further information please contact the Gallery Liaison Officer - Alison Shaw on (07) 4621 6600 or by email on