Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery

As part of the Rocks Laneway Redevelopment, the City is excited to present the Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery, Geraldton’s newest public exhibition space. Made up of 8 lightbox cabinets, the City is inviting artists of the Midwest the opportunity to submit a Lightbox Gallery Exhibition Proposal to showcase their work in the public realm.

The successful artist will receive a budget of $1,000 to cover costs related to the development, marketing and presentation of the work. The City will also cover the cost of printing artwork on non-adhesive transparency film, ready for installation.

This opportunity is open to artists of all ages and experience levels, as well as community groups or curators of group exhibitions. Your application should contain a brief synopsis of your proposed exhibition, conceptually resolved visual mock ups and examples of past work.

Applications must be submitted through the online application form by the closing date provided. 


River, Ocean & Sky  Nicole Dickerson  Exhibiting May - 27 July 2022

Image credit: 'The Greenough River', Acrylic. 




This exhibition is about my connection to Yama(t)ji Country, based on the River, Ocean & Sky.


The artworks here represent these important memories & places I have visited, growing up we would be fishing at Greenough River & walking the reefs that connect from the river to the sea, looking for Periwinkles as a kid walking the reef barefoot with my shirt full of the shells at Flat Rocks… I look towards the Ocean & see my memories of my Dad diving for crays, teaching his knowledge to us kids & my cousins, the ocean calms my soul & there is a connection I feel while I am by the ocean, I feel my Fathers spirit... I look towards the sky to see my future mapped out in the stars, the stories in the night sky are old & before my time, I see the lightening on the ocean, it’s magical, these are my memories of the River, Ocean & Sky…


Entry into the next round has been extended until 3 June 2022. 

Exhibition dates:  28 July- 3 October 2022

To read the full Artist Brief click here.

To submit an EOI click here.