IMAGinE awards

IMAGinE awards 2018

 

IMAGinE awards 2018

The IMAGinE awards recognise the people who work in museums and galleries across NSW and the contributions they make. 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.

Nominations for th IMAGinE awards 2018 have closed, view the final list of nominees.

 

The 2018 award categories are:

  • Exhibitions Projects
  • Engagement Programs
  • Capacity Building, Capital & Sustainability Programs
  • Individual Achievement

We are also excited to announce the inaugural ACHAA Award for Excellence by an Aboriginal Curator.

For more information about the IMAGinE awards please contact 02 9252 8300 or imagine@mgnsw.org.au

 

IMAGinE awards night
The awards presentation night will take place at the National Art School on Friday 23 November 2018 (6-9pm). All nominees are eligible to purchase discount early bird tickets before the nomination closing date. Please read the Guidelines for more information.

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Title image: Pip and Pop’s Magic Moment in tactile exhibition at Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest. Courtesy of the artist. Photography by silversalt

 

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. 

 

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  • The Lock-Up – Know your neighbour

    1/13

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – GALLERIES: Winner

    The Lock-Up – Know your neighbour

  • Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre

    2/13

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – GALLERIES: Winner

    Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre
    Nganampa Kililpil: Our Stars – Art from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunyjatjara (APY) Lands

  • Campbelltown Arts Centre

    3/13

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – GALLERIES: Winner

    Campbelltown Arts Centre
    Myuran Sukumaran: Another Day in Paradise

  • Fairfield City Museum & Gallery  A Home Away from Home: Exploring Fairfield City's Multicultural Clubs

    4/13

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – MUSEUMS: Winner

    Fairfield City Museum & Gallery
    A Home Away from Home: Exploring Fairfield City’s Multicultural Clubs

  • Australian Museum  Transformations - Art of the Scott Sisters

    5/13

    EXHIBITION PROJECTS – MUSEUMS: Winner

    Australian Museum
    Transformations – Art of the Scott Sisters

  • Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest and Museum of Applied Arts & Science Gravity (and Wonder)

    6/13

    CBCS PROGRAMS: Winner

    Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest and Museum of Applied Arts & Science
    Gravity (and Wonder)

  • Museums Discovery Centre  Shared Museums Collections Storage Project

    7/13

    CBCS PROGRAMS: Winner

    Museums Discovery Centre
    Shared Museums Collections Storage Project

  • Tamworth Powerstation Museum Sparking Curiosity and Wonder: A K-6 Visit Experience and Education Kit

    8/13

    ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS: Winner

    Tamworth Powerstation Museum
    Sparking Curiosity and Wonder: A K-6 Visit Experience and Education Kit

  • Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Generation Art

    9/13

    ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS: Winner

    Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
    Generation Art

  • Art Gallery of New South Wales Nude Live

    10/13

    ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS: Winner

    Art Gallery of New South Wales
    Nude Live

  • Debbie Sommers Port Macquarie Museum

    11/13

    INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT - VOLUNTEER: Winner

    Debbie Sommers
    Port Macquarie Museum

  • Richard Perram Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

    12/13

    INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT - PAID: Winner

    Richard Perram
    Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

  • Jeanette Crew

    13/13

    SPECIAL AWARD

    Jeanette Crew, Chair of Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre was awarded for her lifetime contribution to Aboriginal culture in NSW.

Museums & Galleries of NSW helps small-medium museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres create exciting experiences for visitors and, through this, thriving local NSW communities. We don't run museums, galleries and cultural centres but we care about those who do. We develop their skills, connect them with others in the industry, provide funding, point visitors their way, and give them access to ground-breaking exhibitions.

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