Lone Goat Gallery
ABOUT Lone Goat Gallery
Lone Goat Gallery is a contemporary art space, presenting emerging and established artists from the Northern Rivers region and beyond. Located in the Byron Bay Library building in downtown Byron Bay, just a short walk from Main Beach – a quiet cultural haven among the hubbub of town.
Lone Goat Gallery presents a fantastic program of exhibitions, artists talks and workshops, with a program that reflects the diverse array of visual arts in the Northern Rivers and further afield.
The Gallery name was inspired by the elusive and last remaining goat of a small herd that once roamed Cape Byron Headland, reflecting the creativity and individuality of the Northern Rivers arts community.
Lone Goat Gallery is a creative intiative of Byron Shire Council.
28 LAWSON STREET
BYRON BAY NSW 2481
10am to 4pm Wednesday to Saturday
Closed public holidays and during exhibition change over (see the website for details).
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