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Newcastle Art Gallery is being reimagined and currently programming offsite.
Our education resources focus on supporting the widest possible engagement with our collection and exhibitions. 2020 Collection learning resource: George Gittoes, Naphthalene Plant (Newcastle) 1989 (pdf) 2019 Creative Learning in 2020 poster (pdf) 2018 Creative Learning in 2019 poster (pdf) 2017 Creative Learning in 2018 poster (pdf) 2017 Collection learning resource: Michael Zavros, The Sunbather 2015 (pdf) 2017 Collection learning resource: Alex Seton Bake a nice cake - pram 2008 (pdf) 2016 Black White & Restive (pdf) 2013 Illumination: the art of Philip Wolfhagen (pdf) 2013 Illumination: the art of Philip Wolfhagen: Archived website pages (pdf) 2013 Treasures of Newcastle from the Macquarie era (pdf) 2013 Treasures of Newcastle from the Macquarie era Image kit (pdf) 2012 Art Express - Conversations with the collection (pdf) 2011 Art Express - Converations with the collection (pdf) 2011 Speaking in Colour (pdf) 2011 Art Express - toolkit for high school learning (pdf) 2010 Curious Colony: A twenty-first century Wunderkammer (pdf) 2010 Art Express - Conversations with the collection (pdf) 2010 The Newcastle Chest (pdf) 2009 Poets Paint Words II (pdf) 2008 Art Express Guide (pdf) 2006 Strange Cargo (pdf)
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.