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Leigh Hobbs / Jim Pavlidis

May 13 10:00 amMay 31 5:00 pm

Exhibition dates: May 13 – 31, 2021
Official opening: Sun May 16, 3 – 5pm

In preparation for Leigh Hobbs’ upcoming exhibition with Jim Pavlidis QG directors Theo and Soula visited the artists’ studios to discuss and plan a collection of artworks.

The exhibition aligns with the Queenscliffe Literary Festival so a great time for literature lovers to visit Queenscliff. Leigh will arrive at QG prior to the public exhibition opening for book signings. More details to follow in due course. Please register your interest to meet Leigh for a book signing and/or to receive a preview link of artworks.

Peebles Print Prize 2021

Aug 30 10:00 amSep 27 4:00 pm

QG exhibiting artist and Queenscliff local, Graeme Peebles, is Australia’s leading mezzotint printmaker. Together, QG and Graeme Peebles established the Peebles Print Prize (PPP) in 2017, a prize aimed to be representative of the highest level of printmaking in Australia and solely focused on the intaglio technique. The success of the inaugural PPP17 and then following, PPP19 are proof of the ongoing enthusiasm for printmaking in Australian. Coinciding with the Geelong Gallery Acquisitive Print Award, the two prizes form a nationwide cultural focus for printmaking in Geelong and the Bellarine. QG is extremely grateful to PPP21 sponsors; 360Q, the Borough of Queenscliffe, the Streeton family, Oakdene Wines and 44 Frame Factory who assist to make the prize possible and for providing QG with the pleasure of being able to facilitate the PPP21.

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