Rachinger Gallery

About Rachinger Gallery

Eastern Hub Community Centre is home to Rachinger Gallery, a vibrant, contemporary art space located in East Geelong. Rachinger Gallery features a changing program of exhibitions by artists both emerging and established, arts groups, schools and artists living with disability. Named after Norman Rachinger, former Karingal President and art teacher, the gallery is an inclusive and welcoming space that promotes new work and new ways of seeing the world.

The Rachinger complements the creative work of Eastern Hub’s Art Studio while showcasing the depth and diversity of the visual arts in Geelong.

Exhibiting in the gallery is through an Expression of Interest. Please call 5249 6100 for more information.

Current Exhibition

It’s a Small World

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29 June-31 July 2021

Geelong photographer John Kelly’s latest exhibition presents Geelong’s iconic sites as planetary objects. Floating in space, each site is viewed as if from another world. This change of perspective enables us to view our home town ways that are as unexpected as they are magical.
With subtle shifts in colour palette, each scene is intensely detailed and discreet, transformed by a view that is both remote and perhaps alien.



hands stitching doilies together

29 June-31 July 2021

Tea, Conversation and Art has been a collaborative project between community artist Clare Walton and a group of clients from genU.
“Over cups of tea, conversations were had and work created. This exhibition shares with you the work created with genU Clients, staff and the wonderful cohort from the St Laurence Park Arts Collective.”
Collaborative work includes photographs and installation, each piece sharing a little bit of each person who took part, their personality or story

Past Exhibitions


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Featured artwork in header image:

Scandinavian Landscape — Elvira Juraga

Painting from Flowerscapes — Faye M Tsatsakis

Sweet Sunday — Kat Marcius

Piano Bar — David Fielding

Portrait by Thalia Perry

Painting from Unity of Arts — Vicky Lloyd


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