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 at 143 Summerland Way, Kyogle. Phone 02 6632 3518. Email email@example.com
This portrait by Helen Williams is part of the Black Horse Creek Art Gathering exhibition at the Roxy Gallery.
Members of the Black Horse Creek community will be showcasing their diverse creative talents at the Roxy Gallery throughout November.
Black Horse Creek multiple occupancy was established in 1983 on a beautiful 400 hectare valley near Kyogle.
Residents of Black Horse Creek share a passion for living creatively within a permaculture environment which is nurtured and protected.
This portrait by Helen Williams is one of the art works featured at the Black Horse Creek Art Gathering exhibition at the Roxy Gallery.
Many people from the multiple occupancy have, over the years, shared their skills and knowledge and enriched the lives of the wider Kyogle and Northern Rivers community.
Black Horse Creek has both visual and musical artists who have added colour and sound to culture of Kyogle as well as performers and entertainers that have engaged many on a local and national scale. There are also environmentalists and spiritualists who have graced the land and mind of many and now the public get to see the results of some of the ‘Black Horse Creek Art Gathering’.
The official opening of ‘Black Horse Creek Art Gathering’ will be held on Friday November 16 from 6 to 8 pm and all members of the public are welcome. The exhibition will run until 8 December 2018.