SCA Gallery

At Sydney College of the Arts we have an active gallery program of exhibitions featuring works by Australian and international contemporary visual artists and designers, staff, students and graduates. Our gallery is an important resource and educational platform for students and staff. Through our gallery we offer opportunities to experience the curatorial process, to prepare

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Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre

Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre is the artistic hub of Hornsby Shire. The Wallarobba Homestead was built in 1903 and has been transformed by Council with work completed in 2011. Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre was the recipient of the 2012 Local Government and Shires Association Places for Arts and Culture: Improved Cultural Facility Award.

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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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Fairfield City Museum and Gallery

Bring your family and friends to spend the day at Fairfield City Museum & Gallery where you can immerse yourself in the fun and breathtaking exhibitions programs and events. Fairfield City Museum & Gallery is known for its strong history of community involvement and is the largest exhibition space in Fairfield City. Fairfield City Museum

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Sydney Observatory

The handsome stone Sydney Observatory building with its distinctive copper telescope domes is set in gardens atop Observatory Hill. It overlooks parkland and glorious Sydney Harbour – a natural oasis not far from the centre of the city. It is only a few minutes walk from most of the highlights of the historic and charming

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UTS ART Gallery

UTS ART aims to integrate creative practice into daily life on campus. Our annual exhibition and collection programs are complemented by curated public events, learning programs and publications. UTS ART is a space for reflection and exchange where audiences can encounter a diversity of art and ideas. UTS Gallery was established in 1995 as a

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Mils Gallery

Established in 2009, Mils Gallery is an Artist Run Initiative based out of Sydney’s Surry Hills. At Mils Gallery we are committed to supporting local and international emerging artists by providing a versatile and affordable inner city exhibition space.

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Chalk Horse

Chalk Horse is a contemporary art gallery based in Sydney, Australia. The gallery exhibits a range of work by Australian and international artists. The Directors of Chalk Horse are committed to producing curatorial projects in Australia and Asia as well promoting Australian artists internationally.

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Museums Discovery Centre

The Museums Discovery Centre (MDC) is a collaboration between the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS), Australian Museum (AM) and Sydney Living Museums. Inside the Museums Discovery Centre you will find millions of treasures, with hundreds on display for you to explore, and thousands more waiting to be discovered through booked tours of the

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Powerhouse Museum

Located next door to Darling Harbour, the Powerhouse Museum is part of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, and has an extraordinary array of treasures across design and decorative arts, fashion, transport, space, science and technology. An ever-changing program of great temporary exhibitions complements a range of permanent displays. There are regular tours and

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Hurstville Museum & Gallery

Hurstville Museum & Gallery opened in 2004 and is maintained by Georges River Council. Located on MacMahon Street, in the centre of the Hurstville CBD, it is the only regional museum and gallery in the St George district. A popular destination for thousands of local and interstate visitors each year, the Museum & Gallery is

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S.H. Ervin Gallery, National Trust

The S.H. Ervin Gallery is one of Sydney ’s leading public art institutions housed in the historic National Trust Centre on Observatory Hill, The Rocks in Sydney. Located on panoramic Observatory Hill, which is adjacent to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the S.H. Ervin Gallery occupies a Georgian style building which dates from 1856. The S.H. Ervin Gallery

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Australian Design Centre

Australian Design Centre is a major contemporary craft and design organisation igniting creative ideas and building cultural vibrancy. We take a lead role developing and supporting Australia’s craftspeople and designers to build audiences for their work globally. We do this through our extensive exhibition, festival, touring, retail, publishing and learning platforms. Based in vibrant Darlinghurst,

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Firstdraft

Firstdraft is a national artist-led organisation that fosters and creates a professional context for the exploration of experimental and emerging arts practice. The organisation believes that in order to sustain a cultural ecology, it must provide a dynamic and energetic infrastructure that positions artists firmly at its centre. Firstdraft delivers a diverse range of programs

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Artspace

Artspace Visual Arts Centre is a leading international residency-based contemporary art centre, housed in the historic Gunnery Building in Woolloomooloo on Sydney Harbour. Artists and their working practices are at the heart of Artspace. Advancing critical practices in contemporary art and culture, Artspace supports artists to create new work that defines the present and proposes

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University of New South Wales Art Collection (UNSW)

The UNSW Art Collection is a leading collection of Australian art and dates from the mid-twentieth century to the present day. The collection is for the enrichment of campus life and has been collected from a university perspective. Paintings, prints, drawings and Indigenous barks, as well as sculpture and ceramics feature in the Collection and are

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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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Burnside Museum

The Burnside Museum celebrates the lives of people who once lived at Burnside, providing the community with a rare insight into what it was like to grow up in out-of-home care during the 20th century–the fun times and the sad times. The Museum promotes and supports UnitingCare Burnside’s work, while educating about issues such as child

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Australian National Maritime Museum

The Australian National Maritime Museum is Australia’s national centre for maritime collections, exhibitions, research and archaeology. The museum presents a changing program of stimulating exhibitions and events to share Australia’s maritime history and connect the stories, objects, people and places that are part of our country’s narrative. The museum has one of the largest floating

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Glenalvon House

A walk through historic Glenalvon House is a step back in time. A minute from the hustle of Campbelltown’s CBD, Glenalvon is a classic Georgian sandstone town house, built in 1840 by Michael Byrne, son of Hugh “Vesty” Byrne, one of the Irish Wicklow rebels. State Heritage Listed, one of the first houses to be granted

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