Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-Operative

Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative is one of Australia’s longest running Aboriginal owned and operated art galleries.  Established in Chippendale Sydney in 1987, Boomalli, a word derived from three different NSW language groups, means: “To strike; to make a mark”. Since 1987 Boomalli continues to promote the original objectives of the founding artist members by providing ongoing

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Bankstown Arts Centre

Opened in February 2011, the Bankstown Arts Centre is a cultural facility, where artists and community groups collaborate to explore ideas and learn, create and experience contemporary community based arts. The Arts Centre provides accommodation for professional and amateur arts organisations, as well as a range of flexible spaces to develop arts practice. Resident organisations

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White Rabbit

The White Rabbit Collection is one of the world’s largest and most significant collections of Chinese contemporary art. Founded Judith Neilson, it focuses on works produced after 2000. The origins of the Collection go back to the late 1990s, when Judith Neilson engaged Wang Zhiyuan, a Chinese artist then living in Sydney, as her art

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Macquarie University Sporting Hall of Fame

In early 2008 the Macquarie University Sporting Hall of Fame was conceptualised by Macquarie University Sport to highlight the past and present successes in sport at Macquarie. It is the University’s vision to instil a sense of pride and endowment in the Macquarie University community. The Macquarie University Sporting Hall of Fame further embodies the triumphs

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Penrith Museum of Printing

The Penrith Museum of Printing is a unique ‘working museum’ established in Penrith NSW in 2001. The museum is managed and staffed by volunteers who are primarily printing tradesmen. The aim of the museum is to collect, conserve and showcase letterpress printing machinery and equipment from around the world so as to keep alive the

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La Perouse Museum

The La Perouse Museum sits within a spectacular historic landscape on the northern headland of Botany Bay within the Botany Bay National Park. The dramatic view extends east to the Pacific Ocean, south across the sheltered waters of Botany Bay to the landing place of Captain Cook at Kurnell, and west to the distant industrial

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Don Bank Museum

Don Bank is the oldest wooden house in North Sydney. Built in the first half of the 19th century, it was acquired by North Sydney Council in 1979 and converted into a local history museum. On 20 October 1854 the Sydney Morning Herald described it as: “A pretty marine villa with commanding views of Port Jackson.” Don Bank is

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Incinerator Art Space

Incinerator Art Space is an iconic and heritage-listed Walter Burley-Griffin designed building that retains its strong Modernist style of architecture. The interior has been sensitively renovated to create a professional gallery space that lends itself to exhibit a broad range of contemporary art in a distinct environment. Incinerator Art Space strives to offer the community

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Art Space on the Concourse

Art Space on the Concourse is located in the centre of Chatswood’s busy retail and business district. The gallery displays a range of art, craft, cultural and design exhibitions aimed at a broad community audience.  The annual program is made up of a range of ehibitions held by artists, community groups and cultural organisations, including

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UNSW Galleries

Located on the UNSW Paddington campus, the recently established UNSW Galleries present a program of changing exhibitions and projects exploring recent ideas and research in art and design, creativity and culture, science and technology. Spanning three separate exhibition spaces encompassing almost 900 square metres UNSW Galleries are a platform for experimental curatorial research and practice,

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Tap Gallery

Tap Gallery is an artist run space and has been around for 24 years. It was originally in Taylor Square Darlinghurst and moved to Palmer Street just before the turn of the century. Lesley Dimmick, the founder and overall manager, gives her heart and soul to the venue which is there for artists /artisans of

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Sydney Heritage Fleet

Sydney Maritime Museum Ltd is a corporation, limited by guarantee, “owned” by its members and which trades as Sydney Heritage Fleet. We are a. volunteer based and oriented organisation, and a tax-deductible gift recipient & gratefully acknowledge support from the Australian National Maritime Museum through provision of office and wharf space and from Roads &

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Prince Henry Hospital Nursing and Medical Museum

The Prince Henry Hospital Trained Nurses Associations Nursing and Medical Museum came into being in order to preserve our nursing and medical history. The Museum is located on the original grounds of the Prince Henry Hospital where medical staff dedicated their lives to caring for the sick, the injured and patients in isolation, suffering with

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Chrissie Cotter Gallery

The Chrissie Cotter Gallery is located in Pidcock Street, Camperdown next to the Camperdown Bowling Club. Since 1996, Marrickville Council has provided the gallery to individuals and organisations for exhibitions and cultural events. The gallery is wheelchair accessible.    

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ESP Gallery

ESP is a not for profit, artist run initiative. ESP is dedicated to showcasing the work of artists from the Inner West and greater Sydney. ESP aims to provide an inspiring, professional and affordable exhibition space in which artists can show their work.

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Kudos Gallery

Kudos Gallery is run by and for COFA students. It is an “artist run” space funded by Arc @ UNSW Ltd. Kudos Gallery is situated close to the UNSW COFA campus at 6 Napier Street Paddington. Kudos Gallery aims to provide a venue for COFA’s diverse student population to exhibit, promote and discuss Fine Arts,

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May Street Gallery

The may st. studios are a permanent, dedicated studio facility, formed as an initiative to accommodate and promote the visual arts practice in a comfortable, affordable and secure environment for artists.  There are 34 studios with over 40 artists working 24/7 on creating art in the form of painting, printmaking, assemblages and mixed media. Open days allow

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Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Museum

Situated on level 8 of the heritage listed King George the V Memorial Hospital for Mothers and Babies, the RPA Museum collects, records and preserves the history of one Australia’s largest, busiest and best hospitals – the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Founded after the 1868 attempted assassination of Prince Alfred, on his first official royal

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Heroes and Legends Rugby League Museum

The Heroes and Legends Rugby League Museum (also known as the National Rugby League Museum) illustrates the rich history of Australian Rugby League with diverse stories and artefacts. It’s displays offers a unique opportunity to compare the past with the present. Exhibition highlights include a cap worn by Dally Messenger, the game’s first Premiership trophy, and tributes

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Australian Golf Heritage Museum

The Australian Golf Heritage Museum is the only dedicated golf museum on the Australian mainland and our collection boasts everything from golf clubs and balls to clothes, photographs and film. Relocated to new premises within Strathfield Golf Club, our displays include: Early Golf: featuring two Tom Morris long nose clubs Having a Ball: a quick

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