welcome to Gallery M 

Gallery M is a high quality visual arts venue, located in the Marion Cultural Centre, about thirty minutes south west of the Adelaide CBD.  It is operated by the Red House Group Inc, a not for profit artist managed organisation, on behalf of the City of Marion.

The Gallery is available for visual arts exhibitions for groups, individual artists or community projects, and provides a versatile exhibition area with approximately 66 linear metres of hanging space if all freestanding moveable partitions are utilised.

The Gallery Shop sells a wide range of hand crafted items by local artists is adjacent to the gallery.

The venue is open seven days a week (closed public holidays)

Entry is free – everyone is welcome 

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PLEASE NOTE THAT GALLERY M WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY 25 APRIL FOR ANZAC DAY

Calling for Artists!

For the third exciting year the 'Gallery M Open Contemporary Art Prize 2018' is offering an opportunity for South Australian contemporary artists to exhibit, with prizes to the value of over $5,000.

The exhibition, with work selected by independent judges, will be on display in Gallery M from 10 August - 2 September 2018.

For more information, click here

2017 Major Prize Winner
Beverly Southcott, 'Re Looking One - Energy Matters'

ENTERTAINMENT BOOKS ARE HERE!

Please support Gallery M by ordering your 2018 Entertainment Book from us - click the image (left) to order online and get the benefit of over $20,000 in vouchers.

Books can be collected from Gallery M , or digital versions are downloaded straight to your smart phone.  Just $70 each.

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS - concluding Sunday 13 May 2018

TWO EXHIBITIONS

Colour Streams

an exhibition of textile works by the Wild Fibre Artists
Bev Bills, Gem Congdon, Margaret Harris, Jackie Pearce,
Charmian Quintrell, Lynne Radcliffe, Liz Steveson,
Kaaren Temme, Yvonne Twining & Vikki Waller

Rita Broadway Retrospective

An exhibition to honour the London born, South Australian artist
Rita Broadway [1948-2015]

NEXT OPENING NIGHT - Friday 18 May 2018

TWO EXHIBITIONS

Kumangka

together, in one, in company

artworks in various media to celebrate and showcase local artists during Reconciliation week. The theme for National Reconciliation Week 2018 is 'Don't keep history a mystery'.

Official Opening 7pm
Welcome to Country: Suzanne Russell, Kaurna Elder
Guest Speaker:  Daphne Rickett,  Artist

Rita Broadway Retrospective

artworks in various media, featuring elements of text
by members of the
Red House Group Inc

to be officially opened at 6.30pm by Janeen Brian
Award-winning Australia children's author and poet