29 Factory Road, Toogoolawah
(07) 5423 1036
OPEN Wednesday to Friday 9am – 5pm
Saturday to Sunday 10am – 4pm
The Somerset Regional Art Gallery – The Condensery has a rich history, formerly home to the Nestle condensed milk factory packing facility.
Now a unique cultural precinct, the gallery hosts rotating exhibitions, featuring works across various mediums and is available for workshops and community art events.
Visit the gallery and be greeted by a distinctive hand sculptured bronze red deer statue by renowned Somerset artist, Bodo Muche. This sculpture represents an important part of Toogoolawah’s heritage - the gift of five red deer from Queen Victoria in 1873.
This historical site has received multiple awards for the adaptive reuse of the dilapidated factory and its contemporary architecture.
Step back in time and explore the historic art gallery today.
The Somerset Regional Art Gallery – The Condensery aims to present quality exhibitions of local, regional, state, and national content, to cover a range of media and conceptual development in a balanced program over a two to five year period.
Individual artists and / or groups and organisations are encouraged to submit an application to exhibit their works in the gallery. All applications will be assessed by the Somerset Condensery Gallery Advisory Committee based on the following criteria –
Suitability of the proposed exhibition
Suitability of the content
Size of works
Type and style of work
Successful applicants will be advised of an offer by receiving an Invitation to Exhibit in writing. Please note that no further correspondence will be entered into between Council or the Somerset Condensery Gallery Advisory Committee and unsuccessful applicants. Successful applicants must formally confirm their acceptance, in writing, to the Somerset Condensery Gallery Advisory Committee.
To be considered to have an exhibition in this space, please complete the attached application and submit to Somerset Regional Council along with supporting documentation.