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Perc Tucker Regional Gallery Perc Tucker Regional Gallery is located in one of Townsville’s finest heritage buildings, on the corner of Denham and Flinders Streets, in the city centre. The Gallery has a ground floor and first floor level with seven exhibition spaces.

On display are works by North Queensland artists as well as national and international touring exhibitions. Guided group exhibition tours are available upon request and prior bookings are essential.

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Thirty-six Views of Castle Hill Sue Smith 19 December 2014 – 15 February 2015 In Thirty-six Views of Castle Hill, Queensland artist Sue Smith (who lived in Townsville in 2011-12) composes her own ukiyo-e, a floating world of contemporary experience.

The paintings contemplate the bittersweet beauty of experience, with the timeless, immoveable hill as backdrop to the constant flux and impermanence of all things.

Image: Sue Smith Reverie 2014

oil and acrylic on canvas, 59 x 50.3cm

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Imagining Place: Cultural Memories of North Queensland Sandi Hook 30 January – 22 March 2015 Imagining Place investigates the cultural journeys of explorers and the unique qualities of ‘place’ in North Queensland. Artist explorer Sandi Hook immerses herself in the natural environment, following paths crossed by early explorers to reveal a new sense of

the intimacy between place and pathfinder, past and present. The shattering and reconstruction of vessels emerges as metaphor for colonial incursion, colonisation and containment of place.

Image: Sandi Hook Valley of Lagoons Swing

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Stars in the river: the prints of Jessie Traill A National Gallery of Australia Exhibition 20 February – 10 May 2015 This exhibition celebrates the artistic career of one of Australia’s most important printmakers of the twentieth century, Jessie Traill. Embracing the medium of etching in the early 1900s, Traill forged a radical path for printmaking in Australia through the duality of her vision. Depicting the beauty of the natural environment alongside dynamic images of industry, her lyrical responses show a profound

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understanding of the dilemma that requires nature to be sacrificed in order for the modern world to progress. Drawn entirely from the National Gallery of Australia’s outstanding collection, Stars in the river: the prints of Jessie Traill examines the various facets of Traill’s printed oeuvre.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Image: Jessie Traill From overseas 1913

etching and aquatint National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, purchased 2007 © Estate of Jessie Traill

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The Intuitive Landscape Richard Lane 27 March – 10 May 2015 In his first major solo exhibition in twenty years, Richard Lane unveils a new series of ‘post-painterly abstraction’ works, extending upon his explorations in this field in the 1980s and 1990s. Inspired by the Townsville landscape and the ground coverings found in his own backyard - which backs directly on to the

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Image: Richard Lane Hervey Range [detail] 2013 acrylic on canvas, 75 x 100 cm

WOW®, World of WearableArt™ Glencore Children’s Exhibition 29 May – 12 July 2015 Perc Tucker Regional Gallery will be the exclusive Australian venue for the major international touring exhibition WOW®, World of WearableArt™ in 2015. One of New Zealand’s major cultural success stories over the past 25 years has been the spectacular growth of the World of WearableArt™, better known as WOW®. In that time, this landmark event has encouraged an explosion of creative activity, inspiring a

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Image: Marjolein Dallinga SKIN Canada

Country & Western: landscape re-imagined 1988-2013 Curated by Gavin Wilson 24 July – 20 September 2015 Country & Western: landscape re-imagined 1988-2013 is a comprehensive landscape exhibition that aims to bring into focus the contrasting insights and cultural imperatives, both Indigenous (country) and non-Indigenous (western), that have given shape and substance to our evolving attitudes and perceptions of the national landscape over the past 25 years.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

In the post bi-centennial landscape, artists have referenced the past, the future and the ever present, to identify and give a sense of place to the space they occupy. The experience can be grounded in the physical reality of a site, along with its deep, often-elusive spiritual associations. Yet, the idea of the bush as hostile and bewildering lingers on.

Country & Western: landscape re-imagined 1988-2013 forms part of Gallery Services’ National Touring Program, supported by Glencore

Image: Euan Macleod Present 2008

oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas 124 x 100 cm Purchased by the Tweed Regional Gallery Foundation with the assistance of Ashby Utting, 2008

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2015 Townsville Young Artist Awards and Annual Youth and Emerging Artist Exhibition 25 September – 11 October 2015 Townsville is home to a strong contingent of young and emerging artists, practicing in a variety of traditional and digital mediums. The annual exhibitions showcase works by a selection of these artists, with the 2015 Townsville Young Artist Awards offering prize categories for participants aged from pre-school - 18 years.

Each year, Gallery Services engages a leading Australian contemporary artist to undertake an intensive workshop for Townsville’s youth and emerging artists. The Annual Youth and Emerging Artist Exhibition features the works produced by the participants at these workshops.

Image: Regan Tamanui aka Ha!Ha! Maori Chief 2013 aerosol on paper Gift of the Artist 2013 City of Townsville Art Collection

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Ben Quilty: after Afghanistan 16 October – 29 November 2015 Archibald Prize-winner Ben Quilty is one of Australia’s most talented and respected artists. In 2011 Quilty travelled to Afghanistan as the Australian War Memorial’s official war artist. His task was to record and interpret the experiences of Australians deployed as part of Operation Slipper in Kabul, Kandahar, and Tarin Kot in Afghanistan and at Al Minhad Airbase in the United Arab Emirates.

After spending over three weeks talking to Australian servicemen and women in Afghanistan, Ben Quilty felt an overwhelming need to tell their stories. This exhibition features work made from this experience and the close relationship he formed with his subjects. For his official war artist commission, Quilty has created large-scale portraits that focus on the intense physicality of these soldiers and on the emotional and psychological consequences of their service.

Image:Ben Quilty Trooper Luke Korman, after Afghanistan (detail) 2012 aerosol and oil on linen, 190 x 140 cm ART94526

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The 60th Townsville Art Awards and 2015 Townsville Open Art Award Townsville Art Society 23 October – 15 November 2015 Organised by the Townsville Art Society, this annual exhibition is the region’s most prestigious showcase for local artists, evidencing the diversity of practice within the region. Headlined by the major acquisitive Townsville Open Art Award, sponsored by Townsville

City Council, the exhibition also includes a host of further prize categories celebrating acrylics, watercolours, oils, pastels, ink, pencil and charcoal drawings, printmaking, and miniatures.

Image: Donna Maloney Curtains of Rainforests 2014

mixed media, 80 x 62 cm Winner of the 2014 Townsville Open Art Award

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2015 Visual Art Student Exhibition TAFE Queensland North 20 November – 6 December 2015 The annual exhibition by Visual Arts students of TAFE Queensland North’s Townsville Campus showcases the talent of the individual artists emerging from the school, and includes

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Image: Andrew Sorohan Book with Cranes 2014

Hebel, wire and comic book origami 22 x 29 x 20 cm

Peter Lawson: Retrospect 4 December 2015 – 7 February 2016 Peter Lawson explores over 40 years of his professional arts practice in Retrospect. Lawson has an established reputation for his fine oil paintings depicting iconic scenes and locations from his travels around the world, as well as in his home city of Townsville.

The exhibition features his intimate observations, illustrations of Henry Lawson’s written works, and a selection of new works that mark a departure from his familiar traditional realist style.

Image: Peter Lawson Dry in the Bush [detail] 2009

Oil on canvas, 82 x 107 cm Acc.2009.96 Winner of the Acquisitive Townsville Open Award from the 53rd Annual Townsville Art Awards. City of Townsville Art Collection

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REEF 11 December 2015 – 14 February 2016 The depths of the ocean – along with the expanses of space, and the intricacies of the human brain – remain one of humanity’s greatest mysteries.

Tragically, the Great Barrier Reef is diminishing and in great peril due to numerous factors, many of which are linked to human exploitation of the environment.

Coral reefs, of which there is no finer example in the world than the Great Barrier Reef, are amazingly diverse ecosystems and also perhaps the ocean’s most dazzling jewel. Coral reef structures are stunningly varied in colour and form, and also provide a home for a large selection of marine species.

REEF is a curated exhibition, drawing sculptural works which respond to both the beauty and the vulnerability of the reef from a number of public and private collections.

In the development of this project and associated reef events throughout 2015, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery has worked closely with the community and a number of Townsville-based organisations; Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australian Marine Debris Initiative, Fibres and Fabrics Assoc. Inc., James Cook University, Museum of Tropical Queensland, Reef HQ, and Tangaroa Blue Foundation.

Image: Tom Risley Reef [detail] 1987

Mixed media, 123 x 243 x 25 cm Acc.1991.44 Purchased 1991 City of Townsville Art Collection

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Pinnacles Gallery Pinnacles Gallery opened in March 1996 as part of the Thuringowa Library and Council complex. The Gallery provided a space for the display of a diversity of art, social history and educational exhibitions to serve the needs of Thuringowa’s residents and visitors at the time.

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Pinnacles Gallery moved in 2006 to a purpose-built gallery within the Riverway Arts Centre – the only purpose-built gallery in Townsville. The space offers a multitude of ways to present artwork and has the capacity to deliver multi-media artwork presentations. Guided group exhibition tours are available upon request and prior bookings are essential.

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The Antipodean Steampunk Show An artisan travelling exhibition 13 February – 12 April 2015 Contemporary technology and Victorian styling will collide in spectacular fashion during The Antipodean Steampunk Show at Pinnacles Gallery.

This exhibition has been supported by Visions of Australia, an Australian Government program supporting touring exhibitions by providing funding assistance for the development and touring of Australian cultural material across Australia.

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Affix Stamp Here If today’s technology had been introduced in the 19th century, what would the world look like? The Antipodean Steampunk Show attempts to answer this question in a fascinating mash-up of past, future, and fantasy.

artisan is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. artisan acknowledges the assistance of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Image: Kate O’Brien Humbug Billy – The Bradford sweet poisoning of 1858 2012 Digital photograph, 40.6 x 61 cm

Diggers in the Nam Tim Page 17 April – 7 June 2015 In 1965 photojournalist Tim Page was with the Australian troops in Vietnam when they landed in Bien Hoa. Like many of those he photographed, Page was barely out of his teens, and filled with the bravado of youth. Armed with a bag of film and his camera Page captured some of the most iconic images of the Vietnam War before he was gravely injured and sent to the US to recuperate.

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Affix Stamp Here Diggers in the Nam is a selection of 20 silver gelatin prints, which have been printed as a limited edition box set by Chris Reid of Blanco Negro, one of the last master printers in Australia. The exhibition is presented to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the deployment of the first Australian battlegroup to Vietnam.

Image: Tim Page Australian artillery from Nui Dat firing into the horseshoe 1966

A Permanent Mark: the impact of tattoo culture on contemporary art 19 June – 16 August 2015 A Permanent Mark: the impact of tattoo culture on contemporary art is a ground breaking exhibition that will explore and reconcile how two distinct industries - tattooing and contemporary art - are becoming increasingly interconnected. Tattoos and body art are central to many ancient cultures and civilisations, but it is the more recent popularisation and acceptance of tattoos in Western culture that has resulted in the artform permeating into the contemporary art sphere.

A Permanent Mark: the impact of tattoo culture on contemporary art will display works by significant local, national and international tattoo and contemporary artists that evidence the crossover of styles, technology and techniques, themes and iconography.

A Permanent Mark is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts. Development has been supported through the Gordon Darling Foundation Domestic Travel Grant.

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Image: Shawn Barber Abstract Self Portrait I 2010-12 Oil on canvas, 91.44 x 172.72 cm Šthe Artist, Shawn Barber

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ArtNOW and Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art 21 August – 13 September 2015 ArtNOW is an exhibition of works by senior students from the North Queensland region, delivered as part of Gallery Services’ Creative Classrooms Program. This annual exhibition is the result of ongoing collaboration between Gallery Services and secondary schools across the north.

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The Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art recognises and promotes excellence in senior visual art education throughout state and non-state schools in Queensland. Since 1990, the program has helped raise community awareness of the degree of sophistication in concepts, diversity of technical competence, and the high standard of visual art education in Queensland secondary schools.

Image: Claudia Matakaiongo Malohi [detail] 2014 Kirwan State High School Mixed media on canvas

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Transparent: Watercolour in Queensland 1850s-1980s A touring exhibition developed by the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art 18 September – 22 November 2015 Transparent explores the long and diverse history of watercolour painting in Queensland. The exhibition brings together over 150 watercolours from the Gallery’s Collection, demonstrating the enduring appeal of the medium. Used by early settlers to depict the landscape, by later artists to evoke the growing city of Brisbane

and by wartime artists to record daily activities, the medium of watercolour is portable and adaptable, perfect for capturing quick impressions. The exhibition demonstrates the medium’s important role in Queensland’s visual history from its earliest colonial beginnings.

Image: Vida Lahey Australia (1882-1968)

Building the bridge 1931 Pinnacles Gallery 20 Village Blvd, Townsville QLD 4817 Tues - Fri: 10 am - 5pm Sat - Sun: 10am - 2pm

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Watercolour and gouache over pencil on wove paper on cardboard Gift from the estate of Mrs Gladys Powell 1941 Collection: Queensland Art Gallery

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2015 Bachelor of New Media Arts Graduate Exhibition James Cook University 27 November – 13 December 2015 Having explored creative art-making within a rigorous and supportive learning and teaching environment, the annual James Cook University Bachelor of New Media Arts Graduate Exhibition showcases the defining work of final year students, displaying a diverse range of disciplines.

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Image: Andrea Schutz East Coast Letters 2014

Typography Work from the 2014 Bachelor of New Media Arts Graduate Exhibition

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Screengrab7 International Media Arts Award 18 December 2015 – 28 February 2016 Artists from around the globe working with all forms of screenbased media, including multi-channel video, interactive media, digital illustration, audio sculpture, generative media and 2D and 3D animation, are invited to enter Screengrab7.

The exhibition is presented by James Cook University’s Arts and Creative Media program in partnership with Pinnacles Gallery, Townsville City Council.

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Image: Sonia Leber and David Chesworth We Are Printers Too [screenshot] 2013 HD video, 5.1 audio, 16 minutes Courtesy the artists and Fehily Contemporary Winner of Screengrab6 International Media Arts Award

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Friends of the Galleries Friends of the Galleries membership gives you an insider’s view of Perc Tucker Regional Gallery and Pinnacles Gallery, taking you into the world of art in ways that go beyond visiting and viewing. Friends of the Galleries are also part of a social network of people who support the visual arts and enjoy unique member benefits. There are a range of membership categories to suit every need, while memberships may also be purchased through the Galleries as a gift for a family member or friend. Friends play an important role in the life and work of Townsville’s key public Galleries through the contribution to the acquisition of works of art, the mounting of visiting exhibitions, continual learning and the publication of new scholarship.

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Sydney, NSW, Australia b. 1923 d. 2011 Pinnacles Gallery 20 Village Blvd, Townsville QLD 4817 Tues - Fri: 10 am - 5pm Sat - Sun: 10am - 2pm

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oil on composition board, 75 x 115 cm Acc. 1994.006 Gift of Ray Crooke 1994 City of Townsville Art Collection

The Vault Shop Perc Tucker Regional Gallery Perc Tucker Regional Gallery welcomes you to The Vault Shop Townsville’s new exciting retail space for all things arts and craft. With an extensive range of arts books and catalogues; creative items and gift ideas sourced from some of the world’s finest arts institutions; and a dedicated space for monthly exhibitions of small, affordable artworks and wares by North Queensland artists and craftspeople, The Vault Shop has something for everyone.


Established during Perc Tucker Regional Gallery’s facility improvements in late 2014, The Vault Shop provides a local point of access to a host of items not otherwise accessible in Townsville, and also a consistent sales avenue for the region’s creative practitioners.

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We look forward to seeing you in The Vault Shop, where we’re sure you’ll find something perfect for yourself or a loved one.



Support Your Galleries Donating to Gallery Services Townsville’s leading Galleries, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery and Pinnacles Gallery, are focal points for arts and cultural activity in North Queensland. Your financial support of the Galleries benefits the whole region by assisting us to grow and improve our facilities, extend upon our already vibrant and diverse exhibition program, and further develop the engaging array of education and public programs presented. Further, your donations enable the acquisition of significant artworks in to the City of Townsville Art Collection, an immeasurably valuable cultural asset that can be enjoyed by all Townsville residents.

Every contribution is gratefully received and acknowledged and all gifts, whether large or small, do make a difference. All donations should be made to Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville City Council. All donations over $2.00 are tax deductible. Please contact the Gallery on the contact details below if you would like to support your galleries.

Image: Ken Done Between the flags I [detail] 1996 Pinnacles Gallery 20 Village Blvd, Townsville QLD 4817 Tues - Fri: 10 am - 5pm Sat - Sun: 10am - 2pm

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Enamel, acrylic and oil crayon on canvas 213 x 152.5 cm Gift of Ken Done, 2014. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gift Program.

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City of Townsville Art Collection The City of Townsville Art Collection offers compelling views, narratives and ideas of life in ‘the Tropics’, whilst revealing the individuals and forces which have shaped Townsville’s long and colourful history. Some of the works include Indigenous land, colonial settlement, Townsville port, World War II staging posts through to the modern military base and contemporary tropical city. The permanent collection holds more than 3,000 works of art, and Townsville City Council’s art galleries continue to be a gathering place for all those seeking to share the beauty of this

exciting collection of world art. The Collection is at the heart of the Council’s efforts to engage, educate and enrich the diverse populations drawn to the Townsville region. The 2013/2014 financial year has seen unprecedented growth of the City of Townsville Art Collection; 88 works of art were acquired through purchases, direct donations, and donations through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program.

Image: William Yaxley Riverway, Townsville 2011 Pinnacles Gallery 20 Village Blvd, Townsville QLD 4817 Tues - Fri: 10 am - 5pm Sat - Sun: 10am - 2pm

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Oil on canvas 90 x 120 cm Acc. 2013.0015 Purchase from Heiser Gallery, Brisbane 2014 Funded by Townsville City Council, City of Townsville Art Collection, Acquisitions Fund. Photo: Holly Grech - Fitzgerald

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Strand Ephemera The North’s sculpture festival

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proudly supported by Glencore

31 July – 9 August 2015

Strand Ephemera, first held in 2001, is presented along the 2.2 kilometre beachfront promenade and recreational parkway known as The Strand, an idyllic parkland that looks out to Magnetic Island.

The event features works in diverse media by local, national and international artists, and is complemented by a dynamic program of free talks, forums, workshops, tours, functions and events.

Photographer: Andrew Rankin

Andrew Rankin’s winning entry in the Strand Ephemera 2013 Photographic Competition of Rainer H. Schlüter’s award winning installation Blue Dancers (Danseuses Bleues) - Quintet

Creative Communties Gallery Services’ Creative Communities suite of programs aims to develop the arts and cultural activity present and available to individuals, groups and organisations within the Townsville region. Catering to all ages and abilities, the Creative Communities platform provides individuals and groups the opportunity to learn from local, national and international artists across a range of genres and mediums, both within and outside of the Gallery environment.

Creative Communities Programs include: • art-box: Art activities for under 5’s • Family Fun Days: Free art making workshops for young families at the Gallery • Art Classes • Art Escape School Holiday Program • Artists Talks and Guided Tours • Art After Dark: A dynamic after hours program including art film screenings, talks and artist presentations • After School Art Program: Art workshops, held after school hours for primary school students. For more information visit

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Image: Marion Gaemers leading a drop-in Weaving Techniques workshop at Strand Ephemera 2013

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Townsville Artist Market Hosted by Pinnacles Gallery and held at the beautiful Riverway Arts Centre on a bi-monthly basis, the Townsville Artist Market provides local artists the opportunity to sell their products at a market solely trading in handmade arts and craft goods. Including fashion, unique jewellery, home wares, one-of-a-kind gifts, homemade food products and much more, there is something for everyone. The Townsville Artist Market is a holistic entertainment event for families, employing local musicians and roaming performers at each market, and featuring art demonstrations and drop-in workshops for children.

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Townsville Artist Market 2015 Dates: • 28 February • 18 April • 20 June • 1 August (at Strand Ephemera 2015) • 24 October • 5 December For more information visit

Townsville Artist Market, Riverway Arts Centre

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