Millmerran Arts Council comprises a body of spirited art enthusiasts whose focus is to bring the arts to the bush. We aim to nurture the careers of artists of all disciplines, and give the public the opportunity to engage with contemporary art practice, including visual art, literary arts, performing arts, and multidisciplinary arts.




Kenneth Macqueen Art Foyer

Millmerran Library


until further notice

Click to see past and present exhibits

Our next exhibitor will be indigenous artist from Warwick  HELEN KIM

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Another casualty of Covid 19 was the Mother's Day Markets.  But stay tuned for a new date for our Yallambee Fundraiser which could possibly go ahead pre-Christmas instead.   If you'd like to book online and receive updates  LINK HERE






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In Feb 2020 Ex-Millmerranite

Trudy Brooks donated this beautiful watercolour painting of All Saint's  Church Yandilla to the Millmerran Community Art Gallery.

Click through to see Trudy's

Artist's Page. 


To continue our support of

local creatives, we are looking into the feasibility of doing a locals only Pop-up Arts and Crafts Gallery in an empty shop downtown.  Expressions of interest and any ideas are sought.  Please  CONTACT US by email here.

The vision was to set up during Camp Oven festivities or pre-Christmas.


Watch this space for updates!   

The producer and dancer of "Up, Up and Away", our cabaret last year, and of "Sugar, Sugar" our hoped for Cabaret at Camp oven time, Jenny Usher, was telling us of a successful tour in Western Australia.  And then there was lockdown!  They, with thousands of musicians, performers, and entertainers of every kind, are now totally without income.  They always were able to supplement their income with Club, Pub and Restaurant work... but no more... no income, no jobs, and no compensation.  

The Queensland Symphony Orchestra players who were to come here for our 3-day Residency are likewise restricted.  Won't it be good when all is clear and we can again look forward to a visit from them?  To teach our students, perform for us, and our school students, and Yallambee residents! 

"Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."

Thomas Merton

© 2020 by  Millmerran Arts Council Inc 

Website by Christine Turner www.bluespaceart.com.au

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