Shepparton Art Museum, Shepparton

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Art Museum
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  • With free entry and beautiful art, it's something people just must do when in the area. There's a remarkably realistic and truly beautiful 'woman and child' sculpture amongst other things. Dotted abou...  more »
  • I was so glad I took the advice from the ladies at the Information centre at Shepparton to drop in to SAM (Shepparton Art Museum)....I dropped in towards the end of the day, therefore only the ground ...  more »
  • Well worth a visit to this very convenient museum in the centre of town. Free entry, well known artists and a super sculpture of "Mother and Child". So very lifelike and incredible.  more »
  • Very nice little art gallery. Great exhibits, cafĂ© and facilities.
  • Excellent current exhibition celebrating 80 years of the museum's/gallery. Also the indigenous ceramic awards - interesting exhibits.
  • Great Regional gallery well worth a visit- subscribe to their email newsletter and plan a great day out! Well worth the drive if you're somewhat distant. :-)
  • Good Gallery... Neat and clean. Free entrance. Cooperative Staff. Photography is allowed. There are some painting, some ceramic items and some aboriginal art items. Main attraction is the " Woman and child" sculpture by Sam Jinks, made in 2010, around 145 cm tall. It's awesome. The gallery is spread across 2 floors; permanent collection is being shown on ground floor. Temporary exhibitions on first floor. Currently, exhibition of 5 artists is being shown in Feb-16. It also has a small cafe and a shop for selling small ceramic art items and postcards.
  • A nice selection of permanent artwork, and a few interesting exhibits. Cafe is food too, and very friendly staff