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The much-loved 122 year old house overlooking Blackburn Gardens at Redleaf will once again be opening its doors in 2021 as an art gallery.
Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf will be a cultural hub in the community; a destination where all are welcome. A place where everyone can explore, discover and engage with the arts.
The Gallery will be home to Woollahra Council's internationally acclaimed award for small sculpture; Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize.
Over its lifetime this significant heritage building has had a rich history. It has been home to many important local families, the headquarters for the Royal Commission on Espionage, and a community gathering place as the Woollahra Arts Centre. It was most recently the treasured Woollahra Library, before its relocation to Kiaora Place.
Work is well under way for what promises to be an exciting space for all to connect with and be enriched by the arts. Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf will support creative talent to flourish, exhibit, sell their work and connect with the community. We look forward to welcoming you in 2021
Expressions of Interest are now open and will close Friday 6 November. A program will be announced at the beginning of 2021.
If you’d like to register your interest for the volunteering program, complete and return the volunteer application form.