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    Gallery Exterior

    Emporio Armani National Art School Postgraduate Exhibition 2012, Opening Night Event, 2-10 November 2012. Photography: Photo © Ellen O’Shaughnessy 2012. All rights and ownership of photos remain the copyright of ...

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    Mike Parr: Brain Coral

    National Art School Gallery, Installation View, 23 February – 13 April 2012
    Photography: Photo © Mim Stirling 2012. All rights and ownership of photos remain the copyright of the photographer.

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    Tim Knowles: Windlab

    National Art School Gallery, Installation View, 30 August – 13 October 2012
    Photography: Photo © Mim Stirling 2012. All rights and ownership of photos remain the copyright of the photographer.

About

The National Art School Gallery encourages appreciation and critical perspectives of art and its role in society through direct engagement with artists and innovative art practices. 

The NAS Gallery’s program reflects the vitality and complexity of the visual arts within a local and international context. The program consists of contemporary and art historical exhibitions; survey and solo exhibitions of significant recent work; and commissioned art projects. Exhibitions are also drawn from the National Art School Collection, which the Gallery documents and preserves. 

Along with its main exhibition space, several project spaces on campus, the artists-in-residence program, and a range of special off-site projects, the National Art School Gallery aims to be a vital cultural resource through its exhibitions, programs and direct association with the activities of the National Art School.

The NAS Gallery is housed in the former A-Wing of the old Darlinghurst Gaol. Originally built between 1836-41, the building was refurbished and opened to the public in 2006.

Contact

(02) 9339 8744
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Entry Fees

General admission free.

Getting There

Corner of Forbes and Burton Streets
Darlinghurst, NSW 2000

Opening Hours

Monday- Saturday

11:00 to 17:00 (Open during exhibitions. Closed public holidays.)

Museums & Galleries of NSW helps small-medium museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres create exciting experiences for visitors and, through this, thriving local NSW communities. We don't run museums, galleries and cultural centres but we care about those who do. We develop their skills, connect them with others in the industry, provide funding, point visitors their way, and give them access to ground-breaking exhibitions.

Museums & Galleries of NSW is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

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