Redcliffe Art Society

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The Redcliffe Art Society & Old Fire Station Gallery

Established in 1961 and based at the Old Fire Station 395 Oxley Rd, Redcliffe since 2015
Our mission is to encourage the cultivation and appreciation of fine arts and artistic crafts, and to promote cultural development generally.  We aim to provide services that meet or exceed the expectations of our members and customers.
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Current Exhibition

By RAS Members

A wonderful opportunity to view artworks by RAS members and the Redcliffe Pottery Group with many artworks available for purchase.  And don't forget to vote for the People's Choice Award!
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Next Workshop

Remove the Fear of Portraiture
with Penelope Gilbert-Ng

Penelope Gilbert-Ng
This is a one day workshop and will show by way of a demo how to measure up a head and shoulders of an adult head.
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CLASSES

We offer a range of art classes for beginners through to accomplished artists on every day of the week except Saturday.
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WORKSHOPS

We regularly hold workshops for various artistic modalities including watercolour and other paint mediums, pastels and drawing.
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GALLERY SHOP

The Gallery Shop is stocked with vibrant art, crafts and jewellery of all types made by local Redcliffe Art Society members.
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GALLERY

Our Gallery features exhibitions by members and artists from all over Australia. Artists are invited to hire the gallery to exhibit and sell their art.
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Redcliffe Art Gallery

Redcliffe Art Gallery

Yes, it's a different gallery. Redcliffe Art Gallery is owned and managed by the Moreton Bay Regional Council.  Redcliffe Art Society holds one exhibition a year at the Redcliffe Art Gallery.
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