The GIGS Art Gallery formed in 2003 and is a community not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers that aims to actively engage the Albury and Wodonga community in art and cultural activities.
We are located on the border of New South Wales and Victoria, beside the Murray River and between the twin cities of Albury and Wodonga.
GIGS Art Gallery and Studios officially opened in March 2010 as a result of a recognised need on the part of the community arts organisations led by Arts Wodonga and the City of Wodonga for the creation of an arts and cultural centre, which would bring the majority of arts organisations together in the one place, for the benefit of the local and regional communities.
The realisation of the GIGS Art Gallery’s part in the Gateway Village arts precinct was made possible through volunteer support and the support of The City of Wodonga.
GIGS Art Gallery was established for the benefit of contemporary artists living within the North East region of Victoria and the Southern region of NSW with the aim of providing exhibition and consignment gallery space, studio and workshop spaces, in support of local artists' production and sale of work.