Ararat Gallery TAMA will showcase highlights of its collection in the gallery's foyer window on Vincent Street due to the current COVID-19 restrictions.
Ararat Rural City chief executive Dr Tim Harrison said the gallery team had worked hard to maintain the collections.
"The staff will regularly refresh the content, so we encourage people to come back and see what's new overtime," he said.
"People may not realise the work that has gone into creating this project and how much effort and diligence was required to ensure they meet all copyright requirements.
The exhibition will be open seven nights a week, between 7-9pm, allowing the community to continue engaging with the gallery while the restrictions are still in place. .
The current selection of images showcases a snapshot of TAMA's sub-collections, including the Lady Barbara Grimwade Costume Collection, the Art of the Japanese Package, Lionel Lindsay prints and the Frances Burke Collection.
Since this project started, the staff have been working to ensure all licensing requirements are met, which has been a huge undertaking.
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