Manning Regional Art Gallery

The Manning Regional Art Gallery is a vibrant cultural hub, promoting art and community engagement in the Manning Valley and Midcoast region for 30 years. The Gallery presents a diverse and outstanding exhibition program throughout the year showcasing, emerging and established artists, group and solo shows and high profile touring shows. Guudji yiigu, yii Biripi

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Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery is located in Goulburn’s bustling CBD. When visiting the Gallery, you’ll see what artists are making now, and be challenged by the ideas of today. The Gallery presents exhibitions from living Australian and international artists, across three exhibition spaces. The main space heroes new work, Gallery 2 is dedicated to local

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Gosford Regional Gallery & Arts Centre

The Gosford Regional Gallery is located on the shores of Caroline Bay in East Gosford. It is part of a complex that also includes the Gosford/Edogawa Commemorative Garden, the Arts Centre and the Caroline Bay Brasserie, Cafe & Function Centre. The gallery was officially opened in April 2000 and since then has been visited by

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Western Plains Cultural Centre

For a distinct and unique insight into our regions Art, Culture and Heritage the WPCC is at the heart of Dubbo Regions creative identity. Our expansive gallery is home to 3 distinct exhibition programs. It is the only Regional Gallery in NSW to permanently display its permanent collection. Our focus is on the animal in

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Cowra Regional Art Gallery

The Cowra Regional Art Gallery aims to engage our community and visitors from across Australia and overseas in cultural experiences that foster an awareness, appreciation and enjoyment of the visual arts. Cowra Regional Art Gallery offers audiences a diverse program of exciting and vibrant exhibitions, public events and educational activities. Exhibitions include significant historical and

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Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery is now closed to the public as the team prepares for our transition to the new space, Yarrila Arts and Museum. Please contact the team on 02 6648 4863 or (02) 6648 4863 gallery@chcc.nsw.gov.au @coffsharbourregionalgallery

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Grafton Regional Gallery

Grafton Regional Gallery is a major cultural service of the Clarence Valley Council with up to seven exhibitions on display at any one time. Each year over 42,000 visitors enjoy our gallery with its large shady courtyard, heritage gardens and buildings, café and modern exhibition areas. The gallery’s range of cultural services includes workshops, outdoor

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Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre

Casula Powerhouse is a multi-disciplinary arts centre, located on Tharawal country, on the banks of the Georges River within the City of Liverpool. The centre boasts 6 galleries with a year round exhibition program and a 326 seat theatre. It offers full seasons of touring productions from some of Australia’s most renowned companies. A proud

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Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

Located in the heart of Katoomba the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre encompasses the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery, Katoomba Library and Into the Blue, an interactive exhibition that explores the history and natural landscape of the Blue Mountains.  Visitors can also enjoy the viewing platform that takes in stunning panoramic vistas of Katoomba and the

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Campbelltown Arts Centre

Campbelltown Arts Centre (CAC) is a multi-disciplinary contemporary arts centre located in the Macarthur region. Since opening in 2005, CAC has pioneered a contemporary arts program that engages with critical issues of our times by supporting the research, development, production and presentation of new work and creating platforms for multidisciplinary arts practice. CAC produces local, national

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Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery

The Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is the oldest art gallery in regional NSW. The gallery is housed one of Broken Hill’s original heritage buildings, beautifully restored and located in the central business district of the city. Highlights of the Gallery’s collection by some of Australia’s finest colonial, modern and contemporary artists are on display.

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Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre

Blacktown Arts Centre (BAC) is an exciting and innovative contemporary multi-arts facility located in the Blacktown CBD. The Arts Centre presents a curated program of exhibitions, performances, workshops and events with a primary focus on arts development. BAC is active in developing new audiences and new experiences for audiences. Taking great pride in providing access

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Bega Valley Regional Gallery

Showcasing & promoting excellence in Australian contemporary visual culture. Bega Valley Regional Gallery is located in the South East corner of New South Wales, half way between Australia’s two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne and three hours’ drive from the nation’s capital, Canberra. Idyllically situated within the Bega Valley Shire on the land of the

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Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

The Bathurst Regional Art Gallery collection was established in 1955 and the building the gallery now occupies was constructed in 1989. Now run by Bathurst Regional Council, it welcomes 30,000 visitors a year. The gallery is known for its in-house and touring exhibitions, as well as the Hill End Artists in Residence program. BRAG stages

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New England Regional Art Museum

The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) is renowned for its valuable collection of Australian art from 1880s to the present day. Gaze on Streeton landscapes, or delve into the world of 1960s abstract art. NERAM boasts six gallery spaces, conference facilities, artist studio, artist-in-residence flat, museum of printing, shop and cafe. NERAM is is

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Murray Art Museum Albury

We are an art museum. We present exhibitions of the best local, national, and international art. We are learning new things. We offer opportunities to meet artists, to play, to make art, to explore ideas. We are ever changing. We always have something new to see or a new way to see it. We are

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