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Newcastle Art Gallery is being reimagined and currently programming offsite.
Newcastle Art Gallery's collection has been independently valued at $126 million, an increase of $11 million since key works were last reviewed. The $126 million value means the collection is now the most valuable of any gallery in Australia not located in a capital city.
Newcastle Art Galley's collection may have been put in storage while the building's long-awaited expansion takes place, but that hasn't stopped a passionate group of volunteers from creating new ways for young people to connect with the works of art.
A landmark exhibition of Torres Strait Islander art has scooped the pool at the 2022 Museums and Galleries National Awards (MAGNA), securing a trifecta of titles for Newcastle Art Gallery.
Work is set to commence beneath the Newcastle Art Gallery to prepare for the $40 million expansion of one of the city's most loved cultural assets.
More than 40 free night-time events will be delivered across Newcastle's city centre between 29 April – 21 May, to encourage the community to experience the cultural, retail and hospitality heart of the city.
Newcastle Art Gallery will hold a special Sunday evening viewing to the general public before closing its doors and reopening in two years’ time to allow its long-awaited $40 million expansion to occur.
A Newcastle Art Gallery exhibition that showcased works of art never before seen outside of the Torres Strait has this week been announced as the winner of the Promoting Indigenous Recognition Award at the National Local Government Awards.
Iconic artworks from Newcastle Art Gallery's collection will provide interactive night-time attractions to liven up underutilised public spaces across the city.
The deep-rooted tradition of activism through art is being put in the spotlight by a new exhibition at Newcastle Art Gallery.
A first-time entrant has taken out the People's Choice award in this year's Kilgour Prize after attracting 19 per cent of the total votes, which were cast online due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Newcastle Art Gallery acknowledges the Awabakal and Worimi people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water, culture and community, and pay our deepest respects to Elders past, present and future. Newcastle Art Gallery is dedicated to honouring the culture and traditions of our local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the visual arts.