The board of Museums & Galleries of NSW is pleased to announce the appointment of Brett Adlington as the Chief Executive Officer of M&G NSW.
We are pleased to announce Maitland Regional Art Gallery (MRAG) as the recipient of the Dobell Exhibition Grant for 2021 for their proposed exhibition Shadow Boxer.
With a combined tenure of 18 years at Museums & Galleries of NSW, Michael Rolfe and Tamara Lavrencic have shaped Museums & Galleries of NSW. We thank them both for their immense contributions to our organisation and to the arts sector across NSW and beyond.
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.
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.
M&G NSW is seeking expressions of interest from across the museum and gallery sector from individuals wanting to join our Register of Peers.
M&G NSW is pleased to release this step-by-step guide that addresses the challenges and methods of digitising collections held in regional museums, galleries and Aboriginal keeping places.
M&G NSW would like to congratulate the successful applicants for our Project Development Grants and the second round of the Volunteer Museum Small Grants for 2019.
We are pleased to announce Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) as the recipient of the Dobell Exhibition Grant for 2020 for their proposed exhibition Notes from the Field.
We are pleased to announce the funding of five projects targeting and developing new audiences, through the Audience Development Fund.