The Biennale of Sydney announces the Artistic Directors of the 24th Biennale of Sydney (2024)

Cosmin Costinaș and Inti Guerrero appointed as Artistic Directors of the 24th Biennale of Sydney, which will take place 9 March – 10 June 2024.

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Alan Sisley Memorial Fellowship 2021 recipient announced

Regional & Public Galleries NSW has announced Sabrina Roesner, Artistic Program Lead, Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, as the recipient of the 2021 Alan Sisley Memorial Fellowship.

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New Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf set to open

Sydney’s newest public art gallery, Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf will open to the public on Thursday 4 November 2021, housed within the architecturally reworked 122-year-old St Brigid’s building overlooking Sydney Harbour in Double Bay.

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Bega Valley Regional Gallery to be redeveloped and expanded

Bega Valley Shire Council will go out to tender for the gallery redevelopment and expansion in the first half of August.

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Newcastle Art Gallery expansion set to proceed

A $35.6 million project to double the size of the Newcastle Art Gallery looks set to receive the green light from Council.

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Suzanne Cotter appointed new Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA)

An internationally respected museum director, Cotter will commence her new role in early January 2022.

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New CEO announced for Bundanon

Rachel Kent has been announced as the new CEO of Bundanon Trust

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Biennale of Sydney announces 2022 exhibition: rīvus

The first 59 participants in the Biennale of Sydney (2022) have been announced.

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Interview – Mel O’Callaghan – Centre of the Centre

With the Centre of the Centre exhibition tour about to launch at Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, we visited Mel O’Callaghan at her studio to discuss her work.

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Interview with Rachel Arndt, Gallery Programs & Touring Exhibitions Manager (2010-2021)

During her tenure, Rachel has produced over 40 touring exhibitions, bringing the works of hundreds of contemporary artists to millions across Australia. We asked Rachel to reflect on the past 11 years before she departs for her new chapter.

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First Nations artists have a new home in Bourke

Bourke First Nations visual artists are flourishing with the opening of a new gallery supported by Muda Aboriginal Corporation.

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Gallery Grants – now open

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.

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Shoalhaven Regional Gallery launches online collection

This new resource offers an opportunity to explore the nearly 1,000 works held by the council and discover treasures of the Gallery storeroom.

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The Regional and Public Galleries Association of NSW elects a new Executive Committee

Members of RPG NSW recently met to elect a new Executive Committee.

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Fellowship, Mentorship and Volunteer Placement Program – now open

Travel and professional development opportunities for people who work or volunteer in the small-to-medium museums and galleries.

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Suspended Moment: The Katthy Cavaliere Fellowship receives $92,737 for national tour

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.

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Arlo Mountford Deep Revolt – Last Chance to See

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.

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Audience Development Fund recipients for 2020

We are pleased to announce the funding of five projects targeting and developing new audiences, through the Audience Development Fund.

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Interview – Craig Barker, Chau Chak Wing Museum

We recently visited the newly opened Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney and spoke with Craig Barker, Manager of Education and Public Programs.

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Victorian Collections online portal launched

An online trove of Victoria’s cultural and historical collections has been launched, connecting the public with thousands of rare and precious items to collectively tell the story of Victoria.

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