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Post Office Gallery

Situated in the former post office building on Pall Mall, Bendigo, Post Office Gallery is a satellite space of Bendigo Art Gallery presenting a dynamic program of exhibitions and events that explore the region’s long and proud history. 

 

CURRENT EXHIBITION

A cure for all ills: medicine in Bendigo

7 February - 10 August, 2014

 

EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

A full-colour catalogue is published in conjunction with each exhibition at Post Office Gallery. These catalogues are available from the Bendigo Art Gallery Shop and Bendigo Visitor Centre.

 

VOLUNTEER AT POST OFFICE GALLERY

Post Office Gallery volunteer Jan Monro, 2012.png

If you love history and collections and would like to be involved with this unique gallery, contact the Curator, City History and Collections.
T 5434 6179 or E postofficegallery@bendigo.vic.gov.au

Read about Jan and Lyn's experience of being a volunteer at Post Office Gallery 

 

Learn more about the History of Post Office Gallery


Upcoming Events

VAHLAND: AN ARCHITECTURAL LEGACY


In 1858, architect William Vahland designed the grand hospital buildings on Lucan Street. Throughout the mid-nineteenth century, Vahland designed many prominent building in Bendigo, including the Town Hall and Capital Theatre, making a significant contribution to the shape and design of the city, leaving a legacy of grand facades and humble abodes. Join Elaine Doling from the National Trust Bendigo Branch as she explores the life and work of this important architect.
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MINERS’ COMPLAINT: COUGHING TO DEATH


Phthisis, often referred to as miners’ complaint was a terminal illness, caused specifically by occupational hazards associated with mining. Using surviving local records, historian and Archives Officer at the Bendigo Regional Archives Centre (BRAC) Dr Michele Matthews will illustrate the dreadful impact phthisis had on local individuals and families.
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