Singleton Arts + Cultural Centre

The Singleton Arts + Cultural Centre (SACC) is built on the traditional land of the Wonnarua, Wanaruah people. Established in response to community request, the Centre’s construction was completed in 2021. The $4.08 million project was funded by a $2.787million NSW Government grant from Create NSW with the remainder provided by Singleton Council. The Centre

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Gallery Forbes

Gallery Forbes is scheduled to open in early 2023. The Forbes Arts Society purchased the former Forbes and District Ambulance Station at 110 Lachlan Street, Forbes in December 2019. The site will be developed into a vibrant, civic hub. A space that encourages locals and visitors to create, share and experience art and culture as

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Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre

The Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre presents travelling exhibitions, local exhibitions and two significant art prizes–the Muswellbrook Art Prize and Muswellbrook Photographic Prize. Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre manages Shire Collection originally founded through the Art Prize in the late 1950s. Astute adjudication of the prize has seen an excellent cross-section of mid 20th century Australian art enter the collection. The Max

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Wollongong Art Gallery

Wollongong Art Gallery is one of the largest regional art museums in Australia, with a major collection  of over 2,500 items and objects in for collection areas Illawarra landscapes prior to 1935, Contemporary Australian, Aboriginal Art from around Australia including the work of local and South Coast Artists and Asian Art and objects. The Gallery

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Wagga Wagga Art Gallery

Since its foundation in 1975, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery has worked to promote a rich and vibrant regional culture, by providing a visual arts environment that inspires and informs the communities of the Riverina. The Gallery offers opportunities for a diverse and innovative range of creative expression, while maintaining the cultural heritage of the Gallery’s

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Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre

If you haven’t visited the stunning Tweed Art Gallery before, you’ll be amazed by the large, modern facility displaying first-rate exhibitions. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns and offering panoramic views of the Tweed River, the Gallery was established on this site in 2004, and was extended in 2006. The prestigious Margaret Olley Art Centre

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Newcastle Art Gallery

Newcastle Art Gallery began in 1957 in the War Memorial Cultural Centre in Newcastle’s CBD following a donation of over 100 works of art by benefactor Roland Pope. The gallery moved next door to its current location in 1977 and was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II. Today, the gallery presents a diverse program of

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Tamworth Regional Gallery

Whether you live in Tamworth or are just visiting, the Gallery is a must-see attraction. Established in 1919, Tamworth Regional Gallery is one of the oldest regional galleries in New South Wales. The Gallery is a large modern purpose built facility constructed in 2004. The Gallery’s collection was started with a gift of 100 paintings and works on

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Hazelhurst Arts Centre

Hazelhurst Arts Centre is an exciting initiative of vision and creative energy. Since opening in February 2000, Hazelhurst has established itself as a focal point for visual arts & craft activity in the Sutherland Shire and Southern Sydney generally. Located just 40 minutes south of Sydney CBD near the gateway to the Royal National Park,

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Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra

ABOUT A Regional Gallery of NSW Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, Nowra is a vibrant and creative centre for the arts: a space in which to express, explore and celebrate the rich diversity of the arts and cultural heritage of the region. Visit our facebook page here. EXHIBITIONS The Gallery has four gallery spaces with the Main

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Glasshouse Regional Gallery

Located in the heart of Port Macquarie, the Glasshouse Regional Gallery is a hub for culture, creativity and the arts. The Gallery showcases around 20 to 25 diverse exhibitions each year featuring contemporary, indigenous, historical, traditional, design and sculptural artworks. The program includes regular artist talks, workshops, educational activities and professional development opportunities for the

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Penrith Regional Gallery and The Lewers Bequest

Historically the Gallery was the home and property of Australian artists Gerald and Margo Lewers. In the 1940s, the Lewers – two leading artists in the development of modernism in Australian art bought the property and in the 1950s they made it their permanent home and studio. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s the Lewers’ home

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Orange Regional Gallery

Orange Regional Gallery is a centre for visual arts in the Central West of New South Wales. We are dedicated to improving and enriching people’s lives through engagement with our exhibitions, collections and programs. We believe that art should be accessible to everyone, that it has the power to enhance our quality of life and

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Bank Art Museum Moree

BAMM is a regional art institution with a difference. For thirty years we have worked to enhance the cultural life of Moree with a changing schedule of exhibitions that educate, challenge, and delight our local audience and visitors to the region. After 30 years of operation within our magnificent 1911 Edwardian-style building and the previous

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Mosman Art Gallery

Mosman Art Gallery (MAG) is an active and widely respected public gallery and is the major visual arts centre of the Northern Sydney region (home to approximately 850,000 people). In the fifteen years since its establishment as a regional gallery, MAG has presented over 200 exhibitions, averaging between 10 -14 exhibitions per year. MAG has

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Maitland Regional Art Gallery

MRAG offers in total, eleven exhibition spaces in three distinct wings across two levels of the art gallery. MRAG accessibility features include a lift, interior and exterior wheelchair access ramps and a sensory garden. One wing of the building is dedicated to children and education: the Art Factory fosters appreciation to the arts for the

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Manly Art Gallery & Museum

Manly Art Gallery & Museum presents innovative and distinctive exhibitions and cultural programs, alongside its extensive collection of Australian art, ceramics and beach culture. Located at Manly Cove just along from the wharf, it is the arts and cultural flagship for Sydney’s Northern Beaches and contributes richly to cultural tourism in the region. MAG&M was

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Lismore Regional Gallery

Lismore Regional Gallery facilitates the exchange of ideas locally and nationally through a distinctive and innovative program of exhibitions and events. Our Aims are to provide an accessible, largely self generated program of exhibitions and events for the whole of community and to provide a creative space for open dialogue with our dynamic community. The

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Museum of Art and Culture Lake Macquarie (MAC)

The Museum of Art and Culture (MAC) is an exceptional cultural and tourist destination located at the northern tip of Lake Macquarie. MAC, formerly known as Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, was established in 1980. First housed in Lake Macquarie’s former council chambers on Main Road at Speers Point, the gallery relocated to First Street,

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Hawkesbury Regional Gallery

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery offers a changing program of exhibitions and public programs for people of all ages. Exhibitions offer a variety of media in visual art, craft, photography and design, upholding the Hawkesbury’s artistic and creative heritage while showcasing the new and original. Curating a large proportion of our exhibitions in-house supports national and regional

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