The Collection Online project was made possible through the generous support of Arts NSW and Clarence Valley Council.
The flagship of the Grafton Regional Gallery, The Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA).
Artworks were acquired through various ways including Art Prize and direct acquisition.
The Jacaranda Art Society held an acquisitive prize from 1961 to 1987. The society donated its collection to the Gallery in 1988.
The works of Gladys and Doris O’Grady are a distinct feature of the Grafton Regional Gallery’s collection.
Lindt was one of the first photographers to use the camera creatively to move beyond recording to make evocative pictures that were referred to as pictorialism.
The Gallery acquires prints yearly into this steadily growing collection.
Works relating to Grafton and surrounding areas, by artists with district connections and by artists of the North Coast region.
Artworks have been acquired into this collection through the annual Lower Clarence Arts & Crafts Prize, Maclean, and through direct acquisition and donation.
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