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.



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

Sunday 10am – 2pm.

Current Exhibition

Waratah and Gum Nut by Deborah Brown

Print. Paint. Pot

2 September -4 October, 2020

The letter P is prominent in the Roxy Gallery’s September exhibition with works featuring techniques of print, paint and pottery.

Deborah Brown, Rodney Brown, Wendy Cain and Jenny Kitchener, are a group of friends who live in and around the Kyogle district and share many years’ experience in printmaking, painting and pottery.

‘Print. Paint. Pot’ seemed like an appropriate title for an exhibition of works from artists who combine similar techniques in

Wendy Cain’s Spheres

all of these media, from the embossing of marks to relief in surfaces.

This exhibition offers an eclectic mix of works, styles and subject matter and will be on show until 4 October, 2020.

Steppin’ Up Gallery

A new exhibition featuring work by Rainbow Ridge Steiner School students will go on display at The Steppin’ Up Gallery, located in the foyer of the Kyogle Memorial Institute on 2 September.

The exhibition features works by students from Kindergarten through to Year 8 and will be on show until the end of October.

Rainbow Ridge has a strong arts and crafts program embedded in the curriculum that offers wonderful opportunities for students to express and develop their artistic and handwork skills.

They are excited to have an opportunity to display their work at the Roxy Gallery in the Stepping Up exhibition space.

Some of the work in this exhibition were created during remote learning when school closures were in place earlier this year.