Admission is free.
Enjoy after-hours access until 8pm, live music and a drink at our pop up bar. Inspired by the exhibitions on display, every month there is something new to see and do when you visit.
Free and unmetered parking available in the area from 5pm.
Friday 27 April: IGN Art Fair
In partnership with Independent Galleries Newcastle and funded by M&G NSW
Art collectors, the art-loving public and those interested to learn more about arts offerings in Newcastle - come along to the IGN Art Fair, presenting a showcase of the very best commercial art spaces and artist-run initiatives from across the Newcastle region. Enjoy the Gallery's current exhibitions while also perusing displays from ten of the region's most well-known independent art spaces. Talk directly to artists and gallery directors and get a taste of the different flavour of each of these spaces all at once. You can even purchase works of art directly from the commercial galleries and artists-run spaces.
You will also be able to meet the inaugural Youth Reference Group - a group of 6 young people, aged 18-30, who are helping to provide a youth perspective on Newcastle Art Gallery's cultural offerings. At the IGN Art Fair, they will be providing more information on an upcoming project they're developing in conjunction with the exhibition HUNTER RED: Corpus
Newcastle Art Gallery is also pleased to announce a future partnership with Critical Animals, as part of This Is Not Art 2018. Come along and learn more about Critical Animals and their aims.
IGN Art Fair Stallholders
Art House Studios
Exhibitions on display:
Elisabeth Cummings: interior landscapes
IN-FORM: Sculpture from the collection
About Independent Galleries Newcastle (IGN)
Art Systems Wickham
Back to Back Galleries
The Incubator Gallery
CStudios Art Gallery
Hunter Arts Network
Newcastle Art Space Gallery
Newcastle Art Gallery Youth Reference Group
Newcastle Printmakers Workshop
Studio 21 Art Space
Watt Space Gallery
Founded in 2016, Independent Galleries Newcastle
provides advocacy, support and promotion for independent and artist-run galleries located in Newcastle.
The aim of IGN is to lift the profile of owner and volunteer-run Newcastle galleries to the wider community in order to ensure the long-term sustainability of these important art and cultural spaces to the local community, artists and visitors to Newcastle.
This project is supported by Create NSW’s Audience Development Fund, a devolved funding program administered by Museums & Galleries of NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.