Roxby Downs hosts the Roxbylink Art Gallery which is situated within the Roxbylink Cultural and Leisure Centre on Richardson Place. The Gallery aims to provide a unique, quality venue that is open for the display of a variety of cultural activities and products.
Exhibitions are sourced both locally and from across South Australia. The Gallery also serves as a venue for professional touring exhibitions that aim to compliment other existing local community and regional facilities.
The Roxbylink Gallery endeavours to present a diverse and interesting exhibition programme of the highest quality and welcomes submissions from artists, designers, curators, writers and organisations. Applications can be received anytime, however please note that programming is prepared in advance.
Exhibitions of high calibre that seek to engage with the themes and residents of our regional community are particularly encouraged. Roxbylink Gallery representatives reserve the right to reject works not deemed suitable for exhibition at their discretion.
Admission to the galley is free and is in a prime location for anyone visiting the centre.
Room Size: 22m hanging space & 40m2 floor area
Negotiations can also be made to use the additional 10m hanging space in the adjoining corridor
Floor: Polished floor boards
Walls: Rendered texture painted white with variable hanging height of 4m
Hanging System: Aluminium tracking with adjustable 2m lengths of translucent nylon cable. Cast alloy picture hooks are fitted to, and adjusted along, the nylon cable. Each cable can accommodate more than one hook and each hook and hanger set can take weight up to 10kg
Display Equipment: Four (4) large and four (4) small plinths are available for display
Lighting: Halogen down lights
Power: Four (4) low level power points, one (1) above entry door
Security: CCTV covers the gallery space and door remains locked out of hours to protect all exhibition works against damage, theft and vandalism
Access: Entry via the Visitor Information Centre, no direct access to gallery
There is no charge for use of the exhibition space, however Roxbylink Gallery charges a 20% commission on any works sold (exclusive of GST).
Are you interested in exhibiting in the Roxbylink Gallery?
Download the Exhibitor Application Form to find out more.
Gallery Director - Cassie Weir
Phone: (08) 8671 0500
29th February - 2nd April 2019
Coversation with Myself - Monte Clements
Photography on canvas
'Over the last year i have been blown away, again and again at how willing my friends are to embrace my quirky photos. 'Why do you do these photos?' i know the answer without thinking about it. "Because i stopped feeling interesting sometime ago" - it's tough being isolated in a mining town. If you don't drink, play sports or have a relationship - what do you do to keep your mind alive. How do you remind yourself you have a personality when everyone you know constantly sees you in a hard hat, safety glasses, dust mask, bright orange overalls and gum boots - Just one in a crowd.
After a few months of posting photos of myself on Facebook and receiving offers of help and encouragement, i realised other people needed this escape to. So i opened my door and got others involved, which led to an Instagram account with over 160 photos, which i'm incredible proud of considering it's a hobby.
6th July - 4th August 2019
My Paintings Speak for Me - Kunyi June Anne McInerney
Acrylic on canvas
In this exhibiton, South Australian artist Kunyi June Anne McInerney draws upon her experiences as a menber of the Stolen Generation in the Oodnadatta Mission Home during the 1950's. Kunyi's vibrant use of colour, facial expression and depiction of landscape document the memories of her childhood to refelct on her own dispossession, revealing an often-invisible part of Australian history.
9th August - 19th September 2019
A Rose Between Two Thorns - Heather Gordon, Yvonne Dalton & Ben Roberts
Textile, Metal, Mosaic
An unlikely trio with varied art practice and experience. Being filled with creative ideas they are bubbling, streaming in, longing to be explored and made into reality.