Uplift program

The Hub Gallery, located on the ground floor of the Caboolture Hub next to the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery, is a professional exhibition space dedicated to highlighting emerging and established artists with connections to the region. The gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Exhibitions are selected from an annual application process. The gallery accepts applications for solo and group exhibitions as well as projects by invitation.

Applications for the 2023 February to June exhibition period have closed.


Key dates

  • applications open 7 September 2022
  • applications close 4 November 2022
  • an information session for successful applicants will be held Saturday, 15 November 2022.

Inclusions for successful applicants

Successful applicants will receive:

  • a four-week exhibition period
  • vinyl signage of the exhibition title, artist name and dates of the exhibition
  • digital promotion on Council’s website
  • the opportunity to host an exhibition opening event.

The gallery team will install the exhibition, print and install artwork labels and supply standard exhibition furniture and equipment as required. 

About the exhibition space

This versatile space has hosted a wide variety of exhibitions.  It has 28 linear wall metres and a floor area of 34 square metres. There is a movable wall that can be placed along the wall track, as indicated in the floor plan.

There are four walls that can be affixed too and one concrete wall that has a hanging track. Plinths, display stands and magnets are available upon request. Some technology items such as TV screens, and headphones are available upon request.

Floor plan

The Hub Gallary Floor Plan - total linear measure twenty five + four metres. wall height three metres. the movable wall i width two metres and height three metres.

Frequently asked questions

Do I need to mind the gallery space?

No, the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery staff will mind (invigilate) The Hub Gallery space and assist visitors with enquiries. However, we encourage that you attend and use the space as much as possible.

What is the artist responsible for?

  • providing ready to hang artworks for the exhibition space (for example, such D-rings on 2D artworks)
  • delivery and collection of the artwork to and from the gallery
  • attending installation of the artworks in the exhibition space and work with staff to prepare the space for exhibition
  • providing promotional images to include on Council’s website
  • providing the didactic label information prior to the exhibition
  • if artworks are for sale, this will be directly handled by the artist. Gallery staff will forward enquiries to the artist.
  • promotion of the exhibition to your networks through your own channels.
  • developing and printing any additional promotional collateral for the exhibition (for example DL flyers and posters)
  • organising an exhibition opening if desired, including arranging catering, invitations and speeches.

What is the gallery responsible for?

  • opening and closing the gallery space on opening days and ensuring it is clean and visitor ready
  • taking visitor enquiries and offering further information about the artist and artworks.
  • providing support for the exhibition installation which can include equipment, hanging materials and display furniture
  • Council will publicise and promote the exhibition and events via our website. Inclusion in other social media and newsletters is only where possible and not guaranteed.


If you require any further information contact the Caboolture Regional Gallery on (07) 5433 2800 or email Caboolture.Gallery@moretonbay.qld.gov.au.

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