Roxy Gallery

The Roxy Gallery is a community initiative supported by the Kyogle and District Arts Council and  sponsored by Kyogle Council.

The gallery features a kaleidoscope of talented regional and local artists and art groups in ever-changing exhibitions of mixed media all year round, providing opportunity for emerging artists to display and market their talents in a professional exhibition space.

The objectives of the gallery are to:

  • promote local and regional arts;
  • provide emerging artists with opportunities to display and market their artworks in a professional exhibition space;
  • foster cultural experiences for community and visitors to the area.

The Roxy Gallery is located upstairs at 131 Summerland Way

(Kyogle Memorial Institute), Kyogle.

Phone 02 6632 3518.

Email roxygallery@kyogle.nsw.gov.au.

Facebook www.facebook.com/Roxy-Gallery.

Opening hours are: Wednesday – Saturday 10am – 3pm

Sunday 10am – 2pm.

Current Exhibition

North of 19

11 November – 6 December, 2020

Works by all the Kyogle High School Year 12 students taking part in the North of 19 exhibition.

North of 19, an exhibition by Kyogle High School Year 12 students, is currently on display at Council’s Roxy Gallery.

This exhibition comprises of the final works by nine students who have completed Year 12 at Kyogle High.

What a year it has been for them with their education taking on a rather different form due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but how nice it is for them to have their final year assessment works of arts on exhibition at the Roxy Gallery.

Accompanying each of the student’s works is their written statements on the creative process behind the work they produced.

Exhibitions of this standard show the broader public what is happening in the education system.  It also enlightens us to the hidden talents of youth in this region.

Thanks and recognition must also go to the sttudents’ head teacher Nadja Williams, who worked alongside her charges and supported them to get their works into the Roxy Gallery.

The Kyogle High School has also included some examples of woodwork and metalwork that students in other year levels have produced.