Gallery M is open, with some restrictions in place

We are very pleased to advise that Gallery M is now resuming normal opening hours (Monday - Saturday 10am-4pm & Sunday 1-4pm)

Limits on members of the public entering the gallery will apply. Visitors will be required to use hand sanitization on entry and record their attendance via QR code or on a form provided by the gallery.

These requirements are legal obligations under current Emergency Management directions. This situation will be constantly reviewed in light of latest health updates.

current exhibitions

Snapshots From Life

A half gallery exhibition of artworks in various media by members of the Red House Group Inc

The theme for this Red House Group exhibition takes its inspiration from the photographic snapshot. Moments that record, holidays, adventures, family members, chores, hobbies, favourite foods, objects – anything that you can connect back to your own life.

Artists are required to create work to a specific size of 30cm x 40cm, it can be portrait or landscape, framed or unframed but must meet this finished size. 3D objects must reference the 30cm x 40cm and be no taller than 40cm.

Kaurna: Still Here

A half gallery exhibition of artworks in various media by Peter Turner & Clem Newchurch

Artists Peter Turner and Clem Newchurch are recipients of The Guildhouse First Nations Collections Project with the South Australian Museum (SAM), a collaborative project providing artists with the opportunity to research the Museum’s extensive collection and develop a new body of work for exhibition. The exhibition at Gallery M has been supported by the City of Marion, to celebrate and showcase First Nations artists as part of Reconciliation Week.

The artists responded to the George French Angas collection of 1880’s illustrations of botanicals, First Nations people and the south-eastern coastal landscape of South Australia, with a particular focus on works depicting Kaurna/Rammindjeri people painted between Adelaide and Cape Jervis. Utilising their deep connection to the landscapes depicted in the illustrations and incorporating their own research into their Ancestor’s practices, Peter & Clem have recreated carvings, art and craft pieces similar to what their Ancestor’s made prior to European colonisation.

upcoming exhibitions

The Time of Our Lives

A half gallery exhibition of artworks in various media by members of the Christine Ingleton, Judi Hayball & Jill Golden

This exhibition of oils has been created to celebrate these three artists’ excitement at discovering a new world – rather late in life when they first began to immerse ourselves in painting.

Now it’s their time to share what they love to do.


A quarter gallery exhibition of artworks in various media by Christine Davis

Christine is an emerging artist who is pursuing her passion of creating artworks exploring drawing, painting and printmaking. She has been developing her own unique style of fine art using oils, watercolour, printmaking and pencils. Christine’s art is her way of revealing the beauty around us, and this exhibition will showcase the stunning Fleurieu Peninsula of South Australia.


A quarter gallery exhibition of textile artworks by Libby Pusz

Libby’s work utilises discarded or recycled fabrics like silk, linen, voile, tulle and lace, then stitches them onto natural fabrics in abstract applique designs. By using small pieces in the design, and leaving edges raw, she aims to draw attention to the qualities and construction of the textiles.

2022 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.