2021 JANUARY: Shireen Manning FEBRUARY: Shanti Gelmi MARCH: Jo Nelson APRIL: Howard Laylor 30th March - 13th April Lorraine Pichugin 14th - 30th April MAY: Kath Moore. 1st - 15th. Nancy Ballesteros and Kathy Allam. 17th - 31st. JUNE: Irene Osborne 2nd - 15th Stephanie Boyle 16th - 30th JULY: Trish Davis 1st - 20th. Joy Benevenuti 19th - 31st. AUGUST: Rod Brown SEPTEMBER: Carollyn Rhodes-Thompson OCTOBER: Alan Pickering NOVEMBER: Kelsey Diamond. 1st - 14th. Annis Woods 15th - 22nd. Thelma Cluning. 24th - 30th. DECEMBER: Julie Parsons and Peter Clarke. 1st - 14th.
Please note, we are almost completely booked for 2022; however we do welcome enquiries from interested artists, and please do check back in the future as we occasionally have cancellations.
The two storey former station master's residence, attached to the gallery, is now utilized for the Artist in Residence programme. In return for opening the gallery for approximately 16 hours from Thursday to Sunday, the fully furnished residence is rent free. Monetary rewards can be gained through workshops and exhibitions of works.
The station is in the centre of town, close to all amenities and has air conditioning/heating. Click here for further details about the programme.
We welcome writers, visual artists and performing artists. If you would like to be a part of the AiR program, download the application form and send to our AiR coordinator, Marylou Hutchinson. Please Note: we are booked through 2022 and currently unable to accept applications, however we still welcome enquiries from interested artists who may wish to be contacted in the future.
Keep an eye on the local monthly newspaper Beverley Blarney, and/or the weekly newsletter Beverley Bulletin for further information regarding residencies, workshops or any changes to schedule