IMAGinE awards 2022
The IMAGinE awards highlight the resilience, innovation and creativity of museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres and recognise the people who work in them.
The museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres of NSW provide historical, contemporary and future context. They tell stories about their communities and reflect on what they might become. Their programs record history and grow ideas; they generate and support creative processes that contribute to economic, social and health related wellbeing. They help build resilient and sustainable communities.
IMAGinE celebrates all institutions and pays homage to those organisations run by volunteers, with limited budgets and minimal resources. These awards offer a unique opportunity for museums and galleries in NSW to advocate, promote their achievements and raise their profile within the sector and the broader community.
This year we gratefully acknowledge International Conservation Services as a major sponsor of the awards.
Nominations opened 13 July 2022
Nominations closed: 5pm, Monday 29 August 2022
It is free to nominate your programs and projects for an IMAGiNE Award!
IMAGinE awards night
The awards presentation night will take place at the Chau Chak Wing Museum on Thursday 24 November 2022, 5:30-8:30 pm.
NSW Health Infrastructure Arts and Health Award
Museums & Galleries of NSW are excited to announce a new award as part of the 2022 IMAGinE Awards.
The NSW Health Infrastructure Arts and Health Award will be awarded to an eligible cultural organisation, working in partnership with a Local Health District, and will demonstrate an innovative approach to an arts and health project.
The winner will be announced at the 2022 IMAGinE Awards and will receive $10,000 to carry out the project.
Nominations close – 5pm, Tuesday 4 October 2022.
For more information about the IMAGinE awards contact Dale Maxwell-Smith, 0412 425 047 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The IMAGinE awards are an initiative of Museums & Galleries of NSW, developed with support from the Australian Museums and Galleries Association NSW and Regional and Public Galleries of NSW.