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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The 2019/2020 Adelaide Entertainment Book,
available now at Gallery M
Purchase over the counter or click here

GALLERY M OPENING HOURS

Gallery M will be closed from
Friday 19 to Monday 22 April
for the Easter Long Weekend Holiday
as well as
Thursday 25 April
to commemorate Anzac Day
Staff and volunteers at Gallery M wish you a happy and safe holiday period.

GALLERY M OPEN COMTEMPORARY ART PRIZE 2019

Entries are now open for the fourth 'Gallery M Open Contemporary Art Prize', an exciting opportunity for South Australian artists to exhibit their work in one of Adelaide's premier visual art spaces, as part of the SALA Festival.

For more information and to download and entry form, click here

CURRENT EXHIBITION: concludes Sunday 12 May

WHOLE GALLERY




Through Our Eyes

an exhibition of pastel works by members of the
Pastel Artists of South Australia (PASA)

NEXT EXHIBITION OPENINGS: 5 - 8pm Friday 17 May

TWO EXHIBITIONS

UnCommon Ground

An exhibition of Indigenous Australian artworks from Private Collection, Adelaide

Opening Events start at 7pm
Welcome to Country:
Suzanne Russell, Kaurna Elder
Guest Speaker: Dennis Stokes, Chief Executive Officer
                              Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute

invitation image: (The late) Cecil Johnson Japangardi,  Waripiri, Lajamanu N.T., Wanakiji or Ngayaki Jukurrpa  (’Bush Tomato’ or Wild Tomato’ Dreaming)c.1988, acrylic on canvas, 92x60cm;  Private Collection, Adelaide; © the artist, © courtesy Warnayaka Art, Lajamanu



Postcards from the HeArt

an exhibition of postcard size works in any media by members of the
Red House Group Inc

to be officially launched at 6.30pm by Councillor Matthew Shilling
Southern Hills Ward, City of Marion