Latrobe Regional Gallery is located on the traditional land of the Braiakaulung people of the Gunaikurnai nation.

We pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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DA VINCI MACHINES

Step inside the mind of one of history’s most famous artists and inventors

Opening Hours 

10am – 4pm Daily

About Us

Latrobe Regional Gallery presents an exciting program of contemporary art for our region and visitors to enjoy.

Discover 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 our collection.

Latrobe Regional Gallery is proudly owned and operated by Latrobe City Council with support from Creative Victoria.

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Latrobe Regional Gallery has a COVID Safe Plan.

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Latrobe Regional Gallery is located on the traditional land of the Braiakaulung people of the Gunaikurnai nation. We pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. 

CURRENT EXHIBITION

DA VINCI MACHINES

Saturday 27 February to Sunday 25 April 2021

Explore the mind of Leonardo da Vinci.

Spark your curiosity with creations and concepts devised more than 500 years ago by the brilliant artist, inventor and scientist, Leonardo da Vinci.

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

SPECULATIVE REALMS: Tricky Walsh

SPECULATIVE REALMS: Tricky Walsh

15 May to 1 August 2021

OUR NEW HOME: Lauren Murphy

OUR NEW HOME: Lauren Murphy

15 May to 1 August 2021

FROM AUSTRALIA: An Accumulation

FROM AUSTRALIA: An Accumulation

22 May to 8 August 2021

HAINES & HINTERDING: David Haines & Joyce Hinterding

HAINES & HINTERDING: David Haines & Joyce Hinterding

29 May to 8 August 2021

50 YEARS, 50 ARTISTS

50 YEARS, 50 ARTISTS

28 August to 7 November 2021

OUR LAND: An Exhibition By Local Art Societies

OUR LAND: An Exhibition By Local Art Societies

28 August to 7 November 2021

HOME: Works from the Latrobe Regional Gallery Collection

HOME: Works from the Latrobe Regional Gallery Collection

20 November 2021 to 20 March 2022