We have compiled this comprehensive resource for museums and galleries planning to re-open to the public. Whilst the NSW Government has stated that museums, galleries and libraries may open as of 1 June, there are still several important precautions that must be taken to ensure that staff, volunteers and visitors are COVID safe.
Due to the recent magnitude of online activity by many museums and galleries throughout the state, M&G NSW is offering free banner ads on our website to promote these activities and send website visits your way.
This year, Create NSW is looking to partner with museums and galleries across NSW to celebrate Make Music Day.
An interview with Deputy Director and Director of Collections Maud Page about the AGNSW’s extensive and well-received digital program Together In Art.
The collections of both the Hawkesbury Regional Museum and Hawkesbury Regional Gallery are now accessible online. We spoke to Rebecca Turnbull, acting Gallery and Museum Director about the project and its challenges.
Across the globe, museums and galleries have raced to deliver more and more online experiences as their physical spaces remain closed. We spoke to three regional gallery directors about their online transition.
Although most museums, galleries and Aboriginal keeping places are now closed due to COVID-19, there are still many ways to engage with them. Here is a list of online resources and activities to keep your cultural curiosity piqued. Last updated 22 May 2020.
Community involvement and inspired programming create an inventive story of engagement.
Having a museum closed for an indefinite time provides an opportunity to catch up on some of those activities that can be difficult to do when a museum is open and focused on visitor needs.
Museums & Galleries of NSW gallery grants are now open to NSW public galleries. Funding is available for newly developed exhibitions through the Dobell Exhibition Grant and support for audience engagement activities is offered through the Audience Development Fund.