Inala Art Gallery Presents ‘Collections 2020’ from Year 11 and 12 Students

Year 11 and Year 12 students from the Forest Lake State High School and the Glenala State High School have come together to collaborate on an art showcase at the Inala Art Gallery. 

For the second year in a row, the students are presenting their 2D, 3D and other media works in “Collections 2020.” They used their creative talents to express and reflect on this challenging year.

The students hope that this will be an annual collaboration to strengthen and grow the local community’s creative industry. 

Photo Credit: Forest Lake High School

Collections 2020 opened on 27 Nov 2020 but the affair didn’t have an official opening ceremony due to the pandemic. However, for anyone interested in discovering emerging talents and sharing in the success of these students, the free exhibit will run until 30 Jan 2021.  

Inala Art Gallery is open every Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The staff will take a holiday break from 17 Dec 2020 to 12 Jan 2021. Phone (07) 33728208 before your visit. 

Members of the gallery recently elected a new committee following its soft re-opening post-COVID in June. 

“The first thing to be faced was to make the Gallery an attractive workspace which has appeal to exhibitors, visitors, classes and the community generally. With these goals largely achieved, now it is time not only to maintain what has been gained but to look ahead to the next stages in making Inala Art Gallery the place to be in 2020/2021,” Rowena Solomon, the new president said.