RAUSCHENBERG & JOHNS
3 JUNE – 30 JULY | IPSWICH ART GALLERY | FREE
From their run-down New York studios, Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns began a private creative dialogue that introduced everyday signs, objects and media into their work. This exhibition draws upon the National Gallery’s Kenneth Tyler Collection of prints, with works by both artists produced between 1967 and 1973, and holdings of key works by their predecessors and contemporaries.
MAKE SOME NOISE
22 APRIL – 16 JULY | IPSWICH ART GALLERY | FREE
From crunching chips to tapping your toes, sweeping the floor or listening to birds singing, musical sounds surround us every day. Make Some Noise is a brand-new exhibition for children to explore these everyday musical concepts through hands-on open-ended activities and experiential play spaces.
ARCHITECTURAL LAYERS: NEW WORK BY GRANT QUINN
6 MAY – 9 JULY | IPSWICH ART GALLERY | FREE
Through the lens of photography, Grant Quinn focuses his first solo exhibition, “Architectural Layers,” on documenting the aesthetic reverence in the work of renowned Ipswich Architect George Brockwell Gill.
NAIDOC POSTER EXHIBITION
3–18 JULY | IPSWICH COMMUNITY GALLERY | FREE
In celebration of NAIDOC’s rich history and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art evolution, an exhibition of NAIDOC Week posters spanning from its inception to 2023.
LITTLE THINGS BIG THINGS: INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION FOR CHILDREN
26 JUNE – 21 JULY | QUEENS PARK ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTRE | FREE – BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
Featuring large-scale artworks from the children’s book Little Things Big Things, by local artist Eva Fritz, this immersive, inspiring and educational installation invites participants to explore themes around environment, sustainability, and community connection.