Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

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Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
Coordinates 38°14′13″S 145°03′07″E / 38.237014°S 145.051875°E / -38.237014; 145.051875

Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery is a public art gallery on the Mornington Peninsula, south-east of Melbourne, Australia. The gallery opened in 1971, and holds both traditional and contemporary Australian art;[1] in 2013 the gallery hosted an exhibition of Archibald Prize paintings, setting a gallery attendance record of 48,000.[2] The gallery is host to the National Works on Paper acquisitive art competition, established in 1998.[3] Artists whose work is held by the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery include Constance Stokes.[4]

The gallery is a member of the Public Galleries Association of Victoria.[5]


  1. ^ "About MPRG". Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. Retrieved 6 October 2013. 
  2. ^ Tatman, Christian (16 July 2013). "Archibald Prize exhibition draws thousands at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery". Mornington Peninsula Leader. Retrieved 6 October 2013. 
  3. ^ "National Works on Paper 2014". Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. 2013. Retrieved 6 October 2013. 
  4. ^ McCulloch, Alan; Susan McCulloch; Emily McCulloch Childs (2006). The new McCulloch's Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Fitzroy, Victoria: Aus Art Editions in association with The Miegunyah Press. p. 911. ISBN 0-522-85317-X. 
  5. ^ "Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery". Member galleries. Public Galleries Association of Victoria. Retrieved 6 October 2013.