Barossa Regional Gallery

Visual Arts And Music Centre

Exhibiting at the Gallery

The Barossa Regional Gallery is always looking to exhibit artists from the local region, Adelaide and surrounding areas.  If you are interested in presenting a show feel free to contact the Barossa Regional Gallery Exhibitions Committee and discuss submitting an exhibition proposal. The program is generally developed twelve months in advance and the committee is currently working on 2020. 

Contact [email protected] if you would like further information.  




11 December 2019 - 9 February 2020

Using the camera obscura, Sydney-based artist Robyn Stacey depicts South Australia as it has never been seen before. Translating from Latin to mean ‘dark room’ the camera obscura is an optical device of wonder, whereby the external world is trapped and inverted within the room.

This exhibition presents eight large-scale camera obscura photographs by Stacey. The photographs were created by the artist in 2016 when she turned well-known sites around Adelaide into camera obscuras – including Carrick Hill, Parliament House, artist Hans Heysen’s studio at The Cedars in Hahndorf, and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI).

Image: Robyn Stacey, Australia, born 1952, Comfort Inn Riviera, SAHMRI, 2016, Adelaide, type C photograph, 110.0 x 146.7 cm (image and sheet); Photo courtesy the artist and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney. 


12 December 2019 - 11 February 2020

Dieter Eubel is an Australian Photographer whose forte was producing images in a dark room, the original and traditional art of photography.  Dieter's cultural background is Austrian, and upon arrival in Australia he worked as a press photographer.

Dieter started his studio in Adelaide in the 1970s, specialising in fashion and architecture, as well as advertising campaigns. Notable clients were; David Jones, Myer, The State Bank, Air France and Mobil Oil, to name but a few.  Dieter is now a resident of Tanunda and is delighted to share a selection of his work with the public.

Image: Dieter Eubel