Members of RPG NSW recently met to elect a new Executive Committee.
The exhibition tour, produced collaboratively by Carriageworks and M&G NSW, with will feature past works by the pioneering Italian-Australian artist alongside newly commissioned works by Giselle Stanborough, Frances Barrett and Sally Rees.
Don’t miss the unique and intriguing Arlo Mountford Deep Revolt before we bid farewell to its national tour on 5 February 2021. The exhibition showcases 15 years of Mountford’s practice with large-scale video installations, kinetic sculptures and animations and travelled to six venues across Australia.
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.
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.
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 NER is a free service that allows Australian organisations to promote, browse and book touring exhibitions of contemporary visual culture.
An interview with Deputy Director and Director of Collections Maud Page about the AGNSW’s extensive and well-received digital program Together In Art.
Community involvement and inspired programming create an inventive story of engagement.
In conjunction with UTS Gallery and Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, M&G NSW is currently touring Void to eight locations across the country that will engage with the philosophy of the void explored by curator Emily McDaniel and the artists in this show by creating spaces for conversation and opportunities for education.
Angelica Mesiti’s beautiful, meditative work Relay League has come to the end of its extensive tour. Kicking off in Newcastle at The Lock Up in August 2017 and wrapping up at Benalla Art Gallery last week, the exhibition visited eight venues across NSW, QLD, WA and VIC.
After months of redevelopment comes, MAC Museum of Art and Culture, Lake Macquarie – yapang
Moving Histories // Future Projections has opened at its final touring destination, Grafton Regional Gallery.