Latrobe Regional Gallery is located on the traditional land of the Braiakaulung people of the Gunaikurnai nation. The gallery pays respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
Latrobe Regional Gallery presents an exciting program of contemporary art for the Gippsland region and visitors to enjoy. Established in 1971, the gallery is one of the largest public galleries in eastern Victoria, with seven gallery spaces and a changing exhibition program that offers a blend of unique local perspectives, curated exhibitions of note and artworks from their collection.
Hosting more than 1,400 works of art across all media and several decades, Latrobe Regional Gallery manages collections of national significance. From a diverse range of art forms including printmaking, photography, painting, sculptural and video practices, the works in the collection reference the history of the Latrobe Valley, as well as contemporary ideas relevant to the Gippsland region.
The gallery’s newly dedicated space for children to create and experience art, inspired by its changing exhibitions and collections, is sure to delight. Latrobe Regional Gallery also produces a dynamic public program of events, exhibitions tours, workshops and art education programs.
Becoming a member of Latrobe Regional Gallery provides visitors with the opportunity to share a wide range of cultural, social and educational programs. The membership program is committed to providing exhibitions and activities that are inspiring, stimulating and challenging.
Named for Dick Bishop, an influential art teacher instrumental in mentoring emerging artists from across the Latrobe Valley, the Dick Bishop Memorial Prize celebrates and encourages emerging artists of any age. Throughout his life, Bishop was passionate about supporting emerging artists, and this prize is an ongoing recognition of his commitment.