Frequently Asked Questions

Magical Stories and Dark Object, by Dr Beata Batorowicz and  Ellie Coleman

Ellie Coleman and Dr Beata Batorowicz, Australia / Magical Objects and Dark Stories  2016 / mixed media / © The artists

Q: When is the Gallery open?

A: Gallery 107 @ Dalby is open from 10am – 4pm Monday to Friday; 9:30am – 12:30pm on Saturday; 12:30 to 3:30 on Sunday.  Access to the gallery is also possible through the library during library operating hours.  We are closed Public Holidays.  The Gallery does close periodically to install major exhibitions. If there’s any change to our opening hours you can check on our calendar which is located on our website, Gallery Newsletters, Facebook. You can also telephone the Gallery on 0490087540 or email


Q: What does it cost to visit the Gallery?

A: Admission is free unless stated otherwise. Major exhibitions may attract a small fee with individual or family tickets purchased either online or at the Gallery Information Desk upon arrival. We recommend you purchase online before your visit especially if you’re coming during peak holiday times. Gallery 107 @ Dalby is a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) organisation which means your donation is tax deductible. As a volunteer managed gallery all donations are gratefully received.


Q: Where can I park?

A: Gallery 107 @ Dalby is located in MyAll 107 which is also home to the local library, civic theatre and community radio. There is ample off street parking for all patrons at the complex.


Q: Can I bring food and drink into the Gallery?

A: Food and drink and  art galleries are not a good combination but bottles of water are permitted. When you arrive, see one of the volunteer at the information desk about leaving food and drink items there while you explore our exhibitions and collect them again as you leave. If you are wanting to make a day of it you could enjoy a picnic in Thomas Jack Park after you have explored Gallery 107.


Q: Am I allowed to carry my bag around the Gallery?

A:  One small bag or handbag per person is fine.  Bulkier items such as backpacks, or multiple bags, should be checked in at the information desk upon arrival.


Q: Is it OK to take photos or film in the Gallery?

A: Put simply the answer is yes and no. At the end of the day, we want you to have a great visit and take away lasting memories. If you have any photography or filming questions we recommend you speak with one of our Gallery volunteers upon arrival so you know what’s allowed.


Q: Are the artworks on show in your exhibitions for sale?

A: Gallery 107 @ Dalby is a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) organisation and does present exhibitions of art work for sale on occasions. If there’s an artist or artwork you really like, please check at the gallery information desk to determine availability and pricing.


Q: How do I become a Gallery Volunteer?

A: All you need to do is complete an Gallery 107 @ Dalby Volunteer Application form which can be obtained from the gallery information desk. You can drop your completed form into the Gallery personally or email it to


Q: I’m interested in to taking art classes. Does the Gallery run any?

A: Currently we don’t run any classes for adults but but work certainly looking into it. If you are online you may like to follow us on Pinterest, we do have a board dedicated to tips and techniques on most art related fields.


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Current Exhibition


Our Living Heritage was launched by the Regional Arts Council of Dalby Inc in September 2000.  In April 1999, Mr Richard Hooke was given the task of Photographing selected Seniors from across the Dalby and Wambo Shire Area.  

The personal stories and photography of some of the Senior Citizens of our area are quite remarkable.  What is seen in this exhibition is a selection of thirty people who start to form a visual kaleidoscope of the diversity of personal character, history, tenacity, humour and substance, which has formed spontaneously over time into the nature and personality of the district.


in the Painting

GUESS WHO?  Locals are being invited to guess who the three well-know Australians are in this painting. 

If there’s such a thing as comfort food in the visual arts world, Martin Shaw’s painting may well be it.  Created in 1982, Three Well-Known Australians is striking in its simplicity: three abstract figures – a headless blue figure, a crouching red figure and a green figure holding an umbrella – sit on a bright yellow background.

But the artwork isn’t just about acrylics on canvas. Shaw, 62, has been touring his painting around Australia since 1983, collecting the names of the people who have visited the work, and cataloging in yearbooks whom they think the figures might represent.

Shaw sees his project as something that ought to stand the test of time. “These yearbooks form a portrait of Australia – what people in 1983 thought is going to be different to what people think in a 100 years’ time,” he says.


This photographic exhibition depicting the active side of Dalby Seniors.  The Dalby Seniors' Week Committee commissioned the exhibition to coincide with Seniors' Week celebrations in 2006.

The exhibition featured the work of talented and then youthful photographer, Nick Shipway.

At the time she said the exhibition showcased the active and interesting side of people over the age of 60.

"We want to show just how active and interesting life can be in the later years and to debunk any misconceptions generally attributed to older people," Mrs Smith said.

Nick Shipway gathered evidence to show how men and women not only in their 60s, but also in their 70s and 80s, are thoroughly enjoying an active, stimulating life.

"I want people to get an appreciation for the seniors and know how much they do," said Nick.

Are you an artist looking to showcase your art?

If you are interested in exhibiting at Gallery 107 please send us an email to request an exhibition pack.