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Newcastle Art Gallery is being reimagined and currently programming offsite.
Councillors will consider a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the City of Newcastle and the Newcastle Art Gallery Foundation at tonight's Council meeting, which outlines the organisations' shared commitment to the expansion project and the future of the cultural landmark.
The Directors of Newcastle’s museum and art gallery will continue to guide the future direction of the State’s cultural sector after being reappointed for a second two-year term to the Create NSW Artform Advisory Boards.
A $35.6 million project to double the size of the Newcastle Art Gallery looks set to receive the green light from Council.
Three local artists have made the cut from a record number of entries vying for honours in this year's prestigious KILGOUR PRIZE.
Works of art never before seen outside of the Torres Strait will be displayed in Newcastle as part of a landmark exhibition focusing on the artistic traditions of the Torres Strait Islander culture.
Newcastle Art Gallery is encouraging audiences to view everyday household items in a whole new light with the launch of its exhibition, DOMESTIC BLISS: functional works from the collection.
Music lovers will be given a backstage pass to some of the biggest bands and gigs in the world when Newcastle Art Gallery showcases rarely seen and previously unreleased photographs of Australian and international musicians.
In 1959 Tom Gleghorn held his inaugural solo exhibition at Newcastle Art Gallery. Sixty-one years later, he is homeward bound.
Joshua McPherson has won the KILGOUR PRIZE 2019 People’s Choice Award for a portrait capturing the death of a beloved pet.
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.