The Minister of the Arts announces grants.
Museums working together to achieve a mutual beneficial outcome.
Opening of the Chaff Shed draws big crowds.
Where is the discussion going currently?
Suzanne Buljan to take the helm.
Museum Director Rose Hiscock announces appointments.
Tweed Museum rebuild runs on schedule.
NSW Arts and Cultural Policy Discussion Closes soon
The Australian Museum is set to lose Frank Howarth from the helm
Fiona Hall AO selected for Venice Biennale 2015.
Meeting attracts 300 people in support of staff and sculpture.
A new program will be introduced from 2015.
Museum theft in Lithgow.
High calibre female director takes the helm.
An up-to-date snapshot of our industry.
Find out about the 2014 Local Government NSW Tourism Conference.
Museums turn towards participating in the future of society.
Next chapter in the Newcastle story: public meeting called
What does 3D mean for museums and galleries?
Move over Margaret Olley, there's a new kid on the block!
If artists are to be paid fairly we need the public gallery network.
Congratulations to the MAPDA and MAGNA winners.
Provocative art making under the microscope.
2014 IMAGinE noms have officially closed.
Help us help you become more efficient!
Gunyah Green Museum is on dry land!
MA-NSW President talks Nimbin and saving local heritage.
Arts infrastructure in a nutshell.
Great deal - artwork storage racks for free!
Win $500 with Public History Prize.
What's being said about international arts funding.
Conference frenzy round-up.
Can Bilbao be replicated in regional NSW?
Are you an industry expert? We need you!
Australian Museum collection and visual art exhibition to tour.
Summit rethinks arts advocacy and leadership.
Happy birthday M&G NSW website.
There's a cone of silence around the winners.
Celebrate and debate: Remote, regional and community call out.
Still not sure? Here's 5 more reasons.
Now open for museums and galleries!
How do your Standards measure up to ours?
Standards and Seniors Week need you now.
Riverina's rich rural history gets funding.
A Southern Highlands first.
A UWS study into community engagement work and participatory practice in museums.
Join the revolution - free online learning!
Recognising the best and the upcoming.
Promotion basics from the LGA Tourism conference.
MA welcomes debate about a Public Galleries peak body.
Good news for Moree Indigenous culture.
If you do, then write to us.
Western Sydney arts research published by Deloitte.
After 16 years M&G has left The Gunnery.
M&G talks to Frank Howarth, President of Museums Australia.
RPG + AGNSW + Future Directions.
Do you know a volunteer that deserves some well-earned recognition?
Supporting exhibition development over six years.
for Excellence in Oral History - nominations now open!
A new cultural precinct disregarded for Parramatta.
Michael Rolfe broadens perpective.
Conference highlights from M&G.
Australian Heritage week is about to kick off across the country.
Your chance to vist the mid-north coast!
List your event for FREE in the NSW Seniors Festival.
News from Kaldor's project with the Dubbo kids.
Recognised as an influential model for many historical societies in NSW.
Changes to arts funding and impact on NETS.
Important collection legislation is being reviewed.
'Standards' news for museums and galleries.
M&G talks to Accessible Arts.
Good news for all art-on-walls in Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery.
Be Welcomed to Country wherever you go.
Smartphone and mobile apps can enhance and attract new audiences.
Why has this exhibition drawn such massive crowds?
New funding guidelines and programs announced.
Your feedback is needed.
Peer at our peers.
Murray Art Museum Albury opens.
Sydney Uni receives generous donation.
Sign up to the Statement of Principles for the Recognition of Volunteers.
Calling all regional partners, collaborators, contributors and cultural custodians.
The 'who', 'what', 'where' and 'why' of museum audiences.
Catalyst arts funding under the microscope.
Changes to the NSW Standards for Australian Museums and Galleries program.
Nina Simon needs your stories.
Heath Franco was awarded the prestigious emerging artist fellowship.
Luck at last for Lismore's gallery.
Need to know more about Mukurtu and the Travelling Places program? Listen up.
Carriageworks brings us more under new partnership.
Guest writer Alli Burness reflects on identity in Museum Selfie Day.
Ideal for small galleries or museums.
To mark the 200th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, the State Library of NSW is staging two fascinating exhibitions that showcase the rich story of gardens and garden‐making in Australia
Display cases for free!
NSW Local Government Museum Managers Round Table
Stop the Attack on the Arts: National Day of Action
Is there enough funding and support for NSW museums and galleries? Have your say
Advocates for NSW arts and cultural heritage honoured.
The revised code sets out three essential principles: public engagement and public benefit; stewardship of collections; and individual and institutional integrity.
Interview with the curator, Charles Pickett.
Local government in an atmosphere of significant change.
Are you ready for this worldwide cultural event?
AlburyCity has announced the appointment of Bree Pickering as the new Director of Murray Art Museum Albury.
The Australia Council’s funding decision will result in reduced capacity for the NETS network and have an ongoing effect on Australia’s regional gallery sector.
Friends of Orange Regional Museum launched.
Do we need to change how we think about art/culture in regional and metropolitan NSW
Supporting collaboration between local health services and the arts sector.
The worldwide community of museums will celebrate International Museum Day on and around 18 May 2017.
Orange City Council has announced Brad Hammond will take on the new role of Gallery & Museum Director.
Michael Rolfe takes a look at Artlands, the hugely successful regional arts conference recently held in Dubbo.
Ask a Curator Day is a worldwide Twitter Q&A with a variety of participating museums and galleries.
Director Jacqui Hemsley and Curator Bianca Acimovic are departing.
The initial selection of nine artists for the inaugural exhibition of The National have been released.
New curatorial and programs directors have been announced by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.
Conceived to offer critical interpretations of contemporary visual art and its broader art historical, theoretical and socio-political contexts.
A new cultural discussion paper and plan that sets out a roadmap for Parramatta to strengthen the cultural and social fabric of the region.
The rich collections of three of the states leading museums will be housed in one facility and on permanent display to the public.
A statement on ethical values and practical actions for museums in a changing political landscape.
Australia’s small to medium visual arts organisations are expected to do about double the work for less than half the funding, according to a new research report launched by NAVA.
After twenty-two years, Tamara Winikoff has announced her resignation as Executive Director of the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA).
Register your interest to be involved in the consultation process for a new arts and cultural facility in Western Sydney.
Congratulations to all winners and highly commendeds
Communities across NSW are invited to share their stories and recognise the many narratives that have shaped NSW.
There is ongoing cause for concern.
Goulburn Mulwaree Council has announced the appointment of Gina Mobayed as the new Director of Goulburn Regional Art Gallery.
The Masterplan design includes a creative learning centre, a contemporary visitor hub, accommodation and a contemporary art gallery – partially buried into the landscape.
The two-year project to capture the Riverina region’s rural past from 11 Museums is now complete!
The Biennale of Sydney has announced the appointment of Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker as their new Director and Chief Executive Officer.
Time is running out to register your event for History Week 2017:
The arts play a role in the lives of 98% of the Australian population, according to a new Australia Council survey.
The Bayanihan Philippine Art Project is one of the most significant explorations of Filipino art ever presented in Australia.
Community consultation is an important element of the business case being developed and you are invited to be part of the conversation.
A qualitative study undertaken by LGNSW which identifies how councils deliver arts, culture and heritage services.
Want to star in a new arts documentary?
A four-day event aiming to build conversations, partnerships and opportunities for regional artists and arts organisations.
Museums & Galleries of NSW(M&G NSW) provides programs and services improving the visitor experience in small to medium museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres across NSW.
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