Newcastle Art Gallery has been at the heart of our city’s rich arts and cultural history for over forty years. Now, the story of its future is set to begin.
The expansion project will deliver an additional 1,600 square meters of exhibition space to showcase our city's collection and our artists’ most groundbreaking ideas.
The project will also deliver a new café and retail shop, multi-purpose and educational program spaces, a secure international standard loading dock, and will extend the building's footprint east along Darby Street and Queen Street.
The reimagined Gallery is set to launch a new era of cultural tourism that will consolidate the Hunter's reputation as an active and vibrant centre for the arts in NSW.
Recognised as one of the finest public collections in Australia, Newcastle Art Gallery is the custodian of over 7,000 works of art valued at $126 million. It is a significant and diverse permanent collection, that provides a time capsule of Australian art from the colonial era to contemporary works of today.
As a major cultural asset for NSW, Newcastle Art Gallery offers the ability to both tell local stories and inspire new ones through the creation, collection and display of works of art that hold local, national and international importance.
While Newcastle Art Gallery is being reimagined, we will continue to deliver ambitious offsite and digital programming for the community.
For the latest information on the Newcastle Art Gallery Expansion, visit our project page here.
Together we can reimagine our Gallery
Community contributions to the Newcastle Art Gallery expansion are welcomed and are tax deductible. Newcastle Art Gallery Foundation has launched a public fundraising campaign to further support and enrich the Gallery expansion over the coming years. To make a donation towards the expansion of the Gallery, please visit the Foundation website here.
To discuss corporate sponsorship or partnership opportunities, please contact the Galley team at email@example.com
Newcastle Art Gallery's expansion is proudly funded by City of Newcastle
with the Australian Government, NSW Government and Newcastle Art Gallery Foundation