A range of painted black, white and grey MDF plinths (many with matching acrylic lids of varying sizes) are generously on offer from the University of Sydney.
All six of M&G NSW’s touring exhibitions will be on display over the coming months, including Arlo Mountford Deep Revolt; Eugenia Lim The Ambassador; Just Not Australian; Material Sound; Montages: The Full Cut 1999-2015 Tracey Moffatt and Gary Hillberg; and Void.
Nutcote is seeking additional board members to join its board and is especially interested in applicants with experience in the fields of children’s education, marketing and finance, although those with other experience are encouraged to apply.
Art Gallery of NSW announces revitalisation of historic building as part of Sydney Modern Project transformation
The upgrades will restore original architectural features of the building, provide more space for art and scholarship, and enhance the visitor experience and sustainable operations.
On Thursday 8 October, an Alliance of influential Western Sydney organisations and individuals announced their combined support of the Powerhouse Museum in Parramatta.
Tweed Regional Museum is launching its first digital exhibition and collections project that explores the rich tapestry of Tweed’s LGBTQIA+ history from the early 1900s to the present.
Museum & Galleries of NSW partnered with International Conservation Services and Sydney Living Museums to present a webinar on the importance and risks of COVID cleaning. The expert conservation presenters covered how to approach regular and, if necessary, deep cleans of historic properties and collections.
M&G NSW is pleased to report that two new exhibitions – Just Not Australian and Material Sound – have started their touring programs. After many months of COVID-related gallery closures, rescheduling and logistical challenges, we are particularly proud to be able to bring high quality and thought-provoking art to regional areas across NSW and beyond.
Roca will reduce the environmental impact of the Biennale limiting international travel during the research process by working with a worldwide network of colleagues, (re)producing works locally, and working inter-institutionally to optimise resources.
The Australian Tennis Museum has a number of display cases, mannequins, props and exhibition display equipment to give away.
Delivered during COVID-19 restrictions, Regenerate was a communal creative exploration of how Australia’s bushland responds to fire. The accompanying Regenerate Toolkit was also developed to enable other public museums and galleries to create their own iterations of Regenerate.