IMAGinE awards

IMAGInE awards 2017

 

IMAGinE awards 2017

Nominations for the IMAGinE awards are now open.

The IMAGinE awards recognise the people who work in museums and galleries across NSW and the contributions they make. IMAGinE celebrates all institutions–the big to the small–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.

We invite you to submit nominations that showcase highlights from the past year (1 July 2016 – 30 June 2017). We also encourage you to nominate a valued individual who has excelled within your organisation and the community.

The 2017 award categories are:

  • Exhibition Projects
  • Engagement Programs
  • Capacity Building, Capital & Sustainability Programs (previously titled Sustainability Programs)
  • Individual Achievement

 

Nominations close 5pm, Thursday 10 August 2017.

To nominate please read the 2017 Guidelines and complete the relevant nomination form.

Please note: All nominations must be submitted using the relevant Word nomination form available for download below.
All nominations and support material must be submitted online by the closing date via this page: https://mgnsw.org.au/sector/support/imagine/nominate/

If you experience difficulties uploading your nomination or do not have reliable access to the internet please contact M&G NSW.

 

 

IMAGinE awards night
The awards presentation night will take place at the Australian Museum on Friday 10 November 2017 (6-9pm).
All nominees are eligible to purchase discount early bird tickets before the nomination closing date. Please see the Guidelines for more information.

For further information about the IMAGinE awards please contact Jane Gillespie, Program & Events Coordinator on 02 9252 8300 or email imagine@mgnsw.org.au

 

The IMAGinE awards are an initiative of Museums & Galleries of NSW, developed with support from Museums Australia NSW and Regional and Public Galleries of NSW. 

 

Imagine Awards - supporters

 

 

  • Bega Valley Regional Gallery - Flora Australis: Australian Artists and the Floral Still Life

    1/12

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – GALLERIES: Winner

    Bega Valley Regional Gallery – Flora Australis: Australian Artists and the Floral Still Life

  • Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Mosman Art Gallery and S H Ervin Gallery - Destination Sydney

    2/12

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – GALLERIES: Winner

    Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Mosman Art Gallery and S H Ervin Gallery – Destination Sydney

  • Campbelltown Arts Centre - With Secrecy and Despatch

    3/12

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – GALLERIES: Winner

    Campbelltown Arts Centre – With Secrecy and Despatch

  • Narromine Aviation Museum - New Wing Exhibition

    4/12

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – MUSEUMS: Winner

    Narromine Aviation Museum – New Wing Exhibition

  • Fighter World Aviation Museum - Ejection Seat Display

    5/12

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – MUSEUMS: Winner

    Fighter World Aviation Museum – Ejection Seat Display

  • Australian National Maritime Museum - Action Stations

    6/12

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – MUSEUMS: Winner

    Australian National Maritime Museum – Action Stations

  • Blacktown Arts Centre - Blacktown Native Institution Project:  Artist camps and corroboree

    7/12

    SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAMS: Winner

    Blacktown Arts Centre – Blacktown Native Institution Project: Artist camps and corroboree

  • Saumarez Homestead, Armidale Folk Museum, The History House, McCrossin's Mill, UNE Museums and Tamworth Powerstation Museum - Hidden Treasures:  Capturing an Object

    8/12

    ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS: Winner

    Saumarez Homestead, Armidale Folk Museum, The History House, McCrossin’s Mill, UNE Museums and Tamworth Powerstation Museum – Hidden Treasures: Capturing an Object

  • Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery - Lore & Order

    9/12

    ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS: Winner

    Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery – Lore & Order

  • Carriageworks - Solid Ground

    10/12

    ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS: Winner

    Carriageworks – Solid Ground

  • Peter Kierath - Narromine Aviation Museum

    11/12

    INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT: VOLUNTEER

    Peter Kierath – Narromine Aviation Museum

  • George and Ron Adams

    12/12

    SPECIAL AWARD

    George and Ron Adams, Directors and Co-founders of MOP Projects – Outstanding Contribution to NSW Artist Run Initiatives

  • Museum of Contemporary Art - My Pretty Little Art Studio

    1/14

    Imagine 2016 - Engagement Programs

    Museum of Contemporary Art – My Pretty Little Art Studio

  • Carriageworks - El Anatsui

    2/14

    Imagine 2016 - Gallery Projects

    Carriageworks – El Anatsui

  • Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre - Solid State

    3/14

    Imagine 2016 - Gallery Projects

    Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre – Solid State

  • Hurstville Museum & Gallery - St George Stories education programs re-design

    4/14

    Imagine 2016 - Engagement Programs

    Hurstville Museum & Gallery – St George Stories education programs re-design

  • Campbelltown Arts Centre - Extraordinary/Ordinary

    5/14

    Imagine 2016 - Engagement Programs

    Campbelltown Arts Centre – Extraordinary/Ordinary

  • Gilgandra Museum & Historical Society - Gilgandra's Coo-ees

    6/14

    Imagine 2016 - Museum Projects

    Gilgandra Museum & Historical Society – Gilgandra’s Coo-ees

  • Narromine Aviation Museum - New Wing Exhibition

    7/14

    Imagine 2016 - Museum Projects

    Narromine Aviation Museum – New Wing Exhibition

  • Fighter World Aviation Museum - Ejection Seat Display

    8/14

    Imagine 2016 - Museum Projects

    Fighter World Aviation Museum – Ejection Seat Display

  • Sydney Living Museums - Conservation of historic out-buildings  Rouse Hill House & Farm

    9/14

    Imagine 2016 - Sustainablity Programs

    Sydney Living Museums – Conservation of historic out-buildings Rouse Hill House & Farm

  • Hurstville Museum & Gallery Re-design of permanent exhibition: St George Stories: People - Places - Community

    10/14

    Imagine 2016 - Museum Projects

    Hurstville Museum & Gallery
    Re-design of permanent exhibition: St George Stories: People – Places – Community

  • Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre - The Elders of Liverpool Schools Exhibition Tour

    11/14

    Imagine 2016 - Engagement Programs

    Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre – The Elders of Liverpool Schools Exhibition Tour

  • Orange Regional Gallery Best in Show: Dogs in Australian Art

    12/14

    Imagine 2016 - Gallery Projects

    Orange Regional Gallery – Best in Show: Dogs in Australian Art

  • Peacock Gallery & Auburn Arts Studio -  The Chindians of Auburn

    13/14

    Imagine 2016 - Gallery Projects

    Peacock Gallery & Auburn Arts Studio – The Chindians of Auburn

  • Parramatta Artists Studios - Adorned

    14/14

    Imagine 2016 - Engagement Programs

    Parramatta Artists Studios – Adorned

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