Exhibitions 2019

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.

Current Exhibitions

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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Recent Exhibitions

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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Bohemia – a Family Odyssey

Talent often runs in generations of families and this is true of the Agnews. This is the story of four generations of an artistic, intellectual and benevolent family and their associations with Dunwich and the Benevolent Asylum there.   Bohemia – A Family Odyssey exhibition
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Redland’s Creative Alliance Art Exhibition

  ‘The Redlands’ exhibition consists of 27 artists from all levels of experience and backgrounds. Some from the islands and some from the mainland. Works are varied in oils, watercolour, acrylic, sculpture, pottery, photography, enamel work and jewellery and all inclu
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Vibrancy & Delicacy

The Redland Museum Inc invites you to visit the Museum for its latest exhibition – Jan Acton's Vibrancy and Delicacy Jan is an artist who captures an accurate scientific record of the flora and fauna of a unique landscape, in all its diversity, as well as capturing the beaut
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elemental 2017

During the floor talk, at 3pm on Saturday 25th February, Daniel will discuss the concepts for this exhibition which were nature based and inspired from ancient cave paintings. He chose several natural elements to work with combining them with the human form, exploring creative ideas i
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Plastic Planet

For those of us concerned about  the preservation of our environment and  interested  in preventing ecological disaster, this dynamic exhibition by Wellington Point resident, Karen Benjamin, has much to offer.  This creative environmentalist is concerned about the
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Charcoal and Ash

What do charcoal and ash suggest to you? To Cleveland artist, Jennifer Wilkinson, they suggest the devastating fires on Minjerribah
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Transience

Do Australian landscapes, and scenes make an impression on you? Have you ever noticed the changes that appear according to the ever changing light? If you can answer “yes” to these questions, you will empathise with artist Elizabeth Buffy Jackson…
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Sri Lankan Impressions

Did you know that Sri Lanka is recovering from a 40 year civil war, constant wet weather lethal landslides and a devastating tsunami? However, none of these are reflected in this colourful and vibrant exhibition by Macleay Island artist, Anni Badger, who undertook a 15 day journey thr
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