Japanese Art in Collie

The Rikai (Understanding) exhibition opened on 24th February attended by a crowd of enthusiastic people who had a liking both for art and Japanese Culture. The opening speech to the attendees of the... READ MORE

Group Visits

The Collie Art Gallery welcomes clubs and companies to arrange group visits for their members/staff. One such visits was arranged by the Probus Club of Bridgetown during the Yidumduma Bill Harney: Bush Professor... READ MORE

Rikai (Understanding)

Head to the Collie Art Gallery to see this unique collection of woodblock prints by renowned master printmaker Hiroshi Tomihari (b. 1936). Named as a Japanese ‘National Treasure’, Tomihari specialises in a style... READ MORE

Volunteers Morning Tea

Collie Art Galley once again showed their appreciation to their dedicated volounteers via a lovely morning tea organised by Fran Dorozenko. People were treated to a great social get-together and the event was... READ MORE

Reflective Regeneration

Reflective Regeneration is the title of a sculpture commissioned by the Shire to prominent WA sculptors, Joan-Walsh Smith and Charles Smith, to be installed in front of the Gallery. The sculpture is inspired... READ MORE

Gallery Functions Excel

The Collie Art Gallery provided the perfect venue for a range of functions throughout the festive season.  The Collie Chamber of Commerce enjoyed the use of the facilities in the lead-up to Christmas... READ MORE