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A unique feature of Redland Museum is our program of changing exhibitions. A new major exhibition is mounted in a beautiful 100 square meter dedicated galley every six to eight weeks throughout the year. These major exhibitions are drawn from the Museum’s reserve collection, or from the works and collections of local artists or community organisation.

In addition a variety of smaller exhibitions are presented from time to time, showcasing the hobbies, collections and talents of Museum members.

These displays are renowned for the variety and quality of their content.

We have also put together a number of online exhibitions. Please enjoy these wonderful videos, until your next visit to the Museum.

New Exhibition
17th May – 30th June

Rotary in Australia and New Zealand are celebrating 100 years of service. From 17 May to 30 June 2021, Redland Museum will host an exhibition featuring projects of the Rotary Clubs of Quandamooka Country.

The exhibition will feature displays of historical projects undertaken by Clubs locally including The Rocks at Tingalpa Creek, the Santas displayed at Wynnum, Manly and Capalaba, jarjums yarnin’ literacy project at Dunwich, and the Lodge at Redlands Hospital.

International Projects relating to water, health, education, and peace will also be highlighted. Of particular interest is Rotary’s project in the eradication of polio. Rotary International has reduced the number of cases from approximately 360,000 in 126 countries to less than 100 in 2 countries in the last 40 years. Several local Rotarians involved in immunisation campaigns overseas will have their stories, caps and vests exhibited.

Whilst at the exhibition, check out the fascinating Textiles displays, Including Luis Filardi Carneiro’s blazer wore in 1989 as an exchange student from Brazil to Cleveland Rotary Club. Three decades afterwards, Luis returned on holidays with his wife and two children to Cleveland. He stayed and in 2019-2020 became the President of Cleveland Rotary.

It is fitting that the exhibition is at the Redland Museum as the Museum was a project of the Cleveland Rotary Club. Norm Dean OAM, a past President of Cleveland Rotary was the inaugural Redland Museum President. In more recent times, the Rotary and Rotaract Clubs of the Redlands developed the Rotary Heritage Library at the Museum to celebrate the centenary of The Rotary Foundation.

Past Exhibitions

The Lazaret on Peel Island

Peel Island (Teerk Roo Ra) 31st May 2007 was the 100th Anniversary of the foundation of the Lazaret on Peel island.  To commemorate the anniversary the Friends of Peel Island Association together with the Redland Museum presented the exhibition “Going to the Gums”. Patients referred t
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Marine Mastery

The art of renowned Redland marine artist Don Braben will be featured in the August/September exhibition at Redland Museum. Together with artefacts on loan from the Queensland Maritime Museum, the exhibition will embrace the annual commemoration of Merchant Navy Day on 3rd Septem
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Three Well Known Australians

Martin Shaw has lost count of the number of times he has been asked to reveal the identities of the three figures in his painting. Each time he has politely refused. Titled Three Well Known Australians the work depicts three stick figure characters against a yellow background. The poi
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Redland Poets Cornered

Redland Poets Cornered, a selection of poems by Redland identities past and present, together with related works of art. Narelle Renn, Jan Acton, Ruth Venner and Robyn Foster are among the artists and poets represented. All these artists have exhibited paintings and poems in the Museu
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Creative Tapestry

Our latest exhibition Creative Tapestry is a display of works undertaken by a dedicated local group established over 25 years ago. The group meets at Manson Framers, Wynnum on Saturday morning. The exhibition features a wide variety of subjects, all of which have been selected as outs
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Ex Nostra Bibliotheca

The exhibition, ‘Ex Nostra Bibliotheca’, at the Redland Museum during January and February, will reveal fascinating items from the Museum’s newly created Rotary Heritage Library. The Rotary Clubs of the Redlands provided the funding to fit out the Library. The exhibi
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QUEENSLANDSCAPES – A Brian Hatch Exhibition

On Display are Acrylics, Oils, Watercolours, Limited Edition Prints & Scrimshaw Read More  
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‘Mangroves of Moreton Bay’and retrospective works by Clare Loveband

‘Mangroves of Moreton Bay’and retrospective works by Clare Loveband Clare’s early days of schooling were set among the gum trees and birds at Lilli Pilli, near Port Hacking River in Sydney. When she started working, she loved escaping at the weekends to the Pitt
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The Bay and Beyond – A Journey in Colour and Light by Linda Woodward

This exhibition displays a selection from Linda's earliest works to the present, highlighting several paintings done specially of the Redlands and Moreton Bay area. An interesting component of Linda's exhibition is her collaboration with Joan Bevan, Author of the Play & Sa
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