Established in 1871, the Art Gallery of NSW is proud to present fine international and Australian art in one of the most beautiful art museums in the world. We aim to be a place of experience and inspiration, through our collection, exhibitions, programs and research. Admission to the Gallery is fre... more »
Australian Centre for Photography is regarded as the country's premier photography gallery and Australia's longest-running contemporary art space. Its exhibition program also includes video, installation and projected works. The gallery holds special events, demonstrations, performances, book launc... more »
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery is located on historic Keppel Street, about 200kms west of Sydney. A modern, well-equipped and highly celebrated regional gallery it focuses on Australian art from 1955.
There is also a strong Lloyd Rees collection, Australian ceramics from the late 1960s, the artis... more »
The Bega Valley Regional Gallery is a showcase for the regions artists. While the emphasis is on the display of local art and craft, the gallery also accepts state and national touring exhibitions. The gallery holds a collection of 120 works of historic and contemporary significance. Bega is 425 kms... more »
City of Blue Mountains Council Locked Bag 1005 Katoomba 2780 NSW
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is a substantial regional art gallery combined with an interpretive centre devoted to education about the distinctive environment, history and culture of the region. It showcases innovative, diverse, distinctive and creative cultural programs for enjoyment by resid... more »
Established in 1904 Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is the oldest regional art gallery in New South Wales and contains one of the State's most exciting collections. The beautifully restored building displays the City of Broken Hill's art collection and a quality program of temporary exhibitions by ... more »
The $10 million Campbelltown Arts Centre officially opened in June 2005. The centre is a place of engagement and connection, its philosophy is to work with the best artists and cultural producers to provide opportunities for our communities to learn and connect with contemporary ideas and issues.
1 Powerhouse Rd (Enter via Shepherd Street Liverpool) Casula 2170 NSW
The Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre was established in 1995 as the key cultural facility for the Greater Western Sydney Region. Currently the centre is producing a number of projects, which bring together contemporary environment, cultural and social issues on a local level, which have resonance inter... more »
RigbyHouse, Cnr Coff and Duke Streets Coffs Harbour 2450 NSW
Established in June 2001, Coffs Harbour's flexible space is state of the art in design and allows for the presentation of a varied programme of historical and contemporary exhibitions. The gallery runs art classes, as well as regular public programmes such as debates and discussion forums.
Coffs Ha... more »
Established in 2000, Cowra Art Gallery is a contemporary art space located in the Shire's cultural precinct. It offers an exciting year-round exhibition and programme schedule and nurtures public understanding of art.
The gallery is home to the Calleen Collection, acquired since 1977 and funded by ... more »
Situated on the shores of Caroline Bay in East Gosford just 76 kms north of Sydney, the Gosford Regional Gallery is part of a cultural complex that includes the Gosford-Edogawa Commemorative Garden, created in the traditional Japanese style.
The gallery complex includes three changing exhibition sp... more »
Civic Centre, Cnr.Bourke and Church St Goulburn 2580 NSW
Goulburn Regional Art Gallery opened in 1982, but relocated to the Phillip Cox designed Civic Centre in 1990.The gallery curates exhibitions representative of a broad range of contemporary art/craft and media practice, and many address issues of local relevance. The permanent collection consists pri... more »
An outstanding regional gallery that features lively public programmes as well as travelling and regional exhibitions in the historic Prentice House, and state of the art Main and Loft Galleries.
Grafton Regional gallery is home to the Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award and specialises in contempo... more »
Situated 575kms south west of Sydney, Griffith Regional Gallery features two changing exhibition spaces, which although small, are well suited to the gallery's major collections, which are contemporary jewellery since 1960 and works by regional artists.
The gallery is centrally located and adjacent... more »
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre is a spectacular arts complex offering exhibitions, art courses and workshops, artists talks and special art events. Set amid extensive landscape gardens, the combination of a major public gallery and community gallery with a comprehensive arts centre, state... more »
Ivan Dougherty Gallery is a major contemporary art exhibiting space and educational resource of The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts. Its exhibition program focuses on 20th century and contemporary Australian and international art of all disciplines. Exhibitions are accompanied by ... more »
Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Macquarie, the extensive Gallery precinct consists of purpose built gallery and retail outlet, a sculpture garden, mosaic pathway, extensive picnic grounds and the Awaba House restaurant Cafe.
The Gallery collection theme is Still Waters Clear Visions focus... more »
Lismore Regional Gallery is one of the oldest NSW regional galleries, servicing the Lismore, Byron Bay, Bangalow, Nimbin, Ballina, Lennox Head, Casino and Kyogle communities. It is currently working on a new facility, opening late 2017.
The Gallery's Vision is to 'Present challenging new work, by... more »
Maitland Regional Gallery is housed in a stunning new space, and visitors are able to enjoy regularly changing exhibitions of quality Australian and International Art. The program includes touring exhibitions, a flourishing art workshop and other events. In recent years the gallery collection of con... more »