Jump into art at Gateway Village location
NESTLED beside the Murray River in Wodonga, Gateway Village on the Lincoln Causeway offers a range of activities and venues.
Transformed from an old dairy into an arts and cultural precinct there are galleries, studios, theatres, music and fine food venues to visit.
In the leafy surrounds visitors can enjoy a barbecue under a pergola or picnic on the lawn.
Walkers and cyclists are catered for with many trails beside the river and through the surrounding bushland.
GIGS – Gateway Island Gallery and Studios - have two venues in separate buildings at the village.
The two storey studio building houses seven artists, including a jeweller and a glass and mosaic artist.
Entry to both the gallery and studios is free.
Contemporary artworks from over 50 regional artists are for sale at GIGS Art Gallery including paintings, drawings, sculptures, pottery, ceramics, photography, textiles and jewellery.
Jump In, an exhibition that showcases the talents of GIGS members will run throughout December and January.
GIGS Art Gallery is open Tuesday–Sunday from 10am– 4pm.
Phone (02) 6021 3073 or visit www.gigs.org.au.
IN THE AIR: Leaping Youth by Jenny Bohner, part of the Jump In exhibition taking place during December and January.