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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 nationally significant collections.
Each year, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery welcomes over 40,000 visitors of all ages to experience a wide variety of exhibitions, programs and special events. We proudly present the work of Riverina artists as well as the best visiting exhibitions from Australia and overseas.
The Gallery is the home of the National Art Glass Collection, a world-renowned and nationally significant collection of contemporary art glass featuring over five hundred pieces displayed in a stand alone gallery, the National Art Glass Gallery. We're also the home of Margaret Carnegie Print Collection, with over fourteen hundred original prints by many of Australia's foremost artists.
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is a cultural facility of Wagga Wagga City Council, and is supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW.
The Wiradjuri people, original inhabitants of the area named the region 'Wagga ...
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