COVID-19 Closure: suspension of public access
Due to the current situation, Gallery M will be closed until we are told it is safe to re-open. The situation will be constantly reviewed in light of latest health updates.
Current exhibitions will remain in place until we re-open, but the coming exhibition timetable may be impacted.
This decision has been made by the City of Marion to protect users and staff, and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Three Friends – One Passion
Traditional, contemporary and abstract artworks by Pene Bilsborough, Susan Jenkins & Gillian Keelan
These three friends have come together to display their art – a very eclectic presentation, with a diversity of genres, in media ranging through pastels, watercolours, acrylics, oils and acrylics with resin finish.
What I Value
A diverse range of artworks from clients and staff of Community Living Options
Community Living Options is a values-based Disability and Mental Health support provider covering the whole of Adelaide and the Fleurieu region. Their mission is to help create positive life journeys, supporting individual’s dreams, choices and individuality. Both staff and clients are exhibiting their artwork.
A touring exhibition of art quilts made by members of the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) Oceania region.
This juried exhibition explores the many interpretations of connection, from relationships to physical bonds, the simple state of feeling connected, and how we connect in difficult circumstances with ideas or people who are different our unlike ourselves.
Paintings, mosaic & fabric collage by Liza Merkalova, Ivan Rehorek, & Caroline Rehorek
“Our dreams are a journey into the places we once knew, or maybe haven’t been to so far. People we knew and loved are also there, as are all the people we haven’t met yet. Here we represent these apperceptions, the parts of our own stories – our lives past and yet-to-be are all present here – so welcome to the parade!”
2020 exhibition timetable
Gallery M is a versatile exhibition venue, that can have up to four exhibitions running concurrently.
This is achieved by utilising large free standing walls, that can be configured to create quarter, half or whole gallery spaces.