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Exhibitions at the Bunker Cartoon Gallery

The Bunker Cartoon Gallery has two main exhibition areas. The foyer is frequently used to display and promote established and emerging Australian cartoonists and caricaturists. The main gallery is used for high calibre travelling exhibitions as well as those drawn from the Bunker's own impressive holdings and community-based exhibitions.

Current Exhibitions 

Social Issues Through Artistic Expressions

Opening 13 March - 25 April

Coffs Harbour’s University of the 3rd Age and Bishop Druitt College Primary students K-6 present works inspired by social issues. A variety of works including painting, drawing, collage, ceramics and sculpture, explore a difficult question facing our community; how can live together happily? The health of our planet, justice, fairness, equality and concerns about the impacts of violence and cultural difference are subjects explored by the artists.

"This exhibition unites youth and elders presenting social concerns and is the first of its kind in Coffs Harbour.  It highlights the importance of education and knowledge to improve society and become better citizens.” said U3A committee member, Lesley Meredith.

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 Urban Life by Alex Hill                                                                                                    Sunflowers by Reiko Warren

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Opening 13 March - 25 April

Caricatures from the Coffs Cartoon Collection delivered on a bed of irreverence.  Who is the most outrageous and outspoken personality of all? Cartoonists maximise every feature without mercy.

 

 

 

 

 War Horse! by Anton Emdin.