John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery


Dogwood Crossing, Miles
Cnr Dawson and Murilla Streets, Miles
Phone: (07) 4628 5330
Email: dogwood.crossing@wdrc.qld.gov.au
Web: www.dogwoodcrossing.com

John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery at Dogwood Crossing, Miles is the Western Downs' premier cultural institution. The professional, fully climate-controlled, A Class Regional Art Gallery has been in operation since 2002 when Dogwood Crossing first opened its doors.

Dogwood Crossing is a vibrant facility that delivers quality and enriched services to the community and visitors; connecting people, entertaining, engaging and inspiring creativity through literature, visual arts, technology and experiences.

The gallery regularly hosts travelling exhibitions from institutions across Australia as well as curating in-house exhibitions and showcasing the work of local and other respected artists. The John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery is complimented by a flexible Curved Wall exhibition space that provides an opportunity for emerging artists to exhibit outside the formal gallery setting. Most exhibitions are accompanied by strong Public Programs and related workshops. Dogwood Crossing delivers a twice monthly art and literacy program for children under school age called Toddler Tuesday and also delivers a monthly Art and Alzheimer's Program, an outreach program of The National Gallery of Australia. To find out what's on please visit our website and call the team to RSVP for activities, workshops and events.

Dogwood Crossing, Miles is owned and operated by Western Downs Regional Council and supported by volunteer committees.

Opening Hours:       
Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 10.00am - 2.00pm
Closed Sunday, Public Holidays, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday

Wheelchair Access | Public Toilets | Air Conditioned | Professional Lighting | Main Street Location | Free Car Parking Nearby | Art & Craft Products Available for Purchase | Internet and Public Access Computers Available | Social History | Available for Hire