Glenelg Art GalleryFree
A treasure trove of local Artists including Fiona Heysen & John Alty, Office of the Circle of Arts Foundation. One of the largest and varied Aboriginal Art Collections in Australia as well as local artists from all backgrounds. A place where Artists gather and are often painting in house. Established in its new format in 2008, Glenelg Art Gallery first opened in a small Moseley Street building. Now, a large split level space right next to the tram stop at the beach offers a place to relax and browse, to meet Artists, ask questions, find a treasure or perfect gift, it is a vibrant space and you are buying directly from the Artist so the larger part of your purchase goes directly to them, making this an important part of personal support for local non and Indigenous Artists, who visit from central Australia, Alice Springs and Communities down through the APY Lands. A large variety of hand made gifts, jewellery, books, sculptures and paintings. Artists from the Gallery participate in all major events such as SALA & Fringe and include many Award winners as well as emerging artists.
Tour groups, School groups and others are welcome to book a Gallery Tour, Cultural Talk or Specific Workshop ie: Painting with the Aunties is an afternoon painting with Aboriginal Artists and suitable for all ages.
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Welcomes and assists people who have challenges with learning communication understanding and behaviour includes people with autism intellectual disability Down syndrome acquired brain injury ABI dyslexia and dementia
Caters for people who are deaf or have hearing loss
Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids
Caters for people who use a wheelchair