How has photography helped create the idea of a nation? On 27 May, TV presenter, broadcaster and writer Myf Warhust, historian and author David Hunt, and interior designer and filmmaker Alison Page join arts journalist Fenella Kernebone for the final talk in our Point click chat series.
Join collector, designer and author Claudia Chan Shaw for a journey back in time, exploring Shanghai and Beijing, from the imperial past to today.
Entries are open to the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2015 competition. Explore past finalists and winners and find out how to enter.
Budding artists between the ages of 5 and 18 are invited to submit a portrait for the Art Gallery of NSW’s Young Archie competition.
Congratulations to the winner and finalists in our Instagram competition, which asked people to look beyond the cliches and capture their Australia.
The 100th anniversary of the Anzac landing at Gallipoli is commemorated in stories of Australian artists and the war in exhibitions, programs and online projects.
We’ve launched two innovative digital tools – Art Sets and Art Tours – offering new ways to interact with the Gallery.
Four thousand, three hundred and sixty. That’s how many bone-like letters - each about 15 centimetres high - we’ve installed in the Gallery’s entrance court in the last two weeks or so for an installation by Indian artist Jitish Kallat.
Join us on a Sunday for our regular poetry readings. Most months feature a poet from our curated program. At other times there are special open readings.
A number of exceptional Australian art acquisitions, including Grace Cossington Smith’s 1956 masterpiece The window, are on display in the newly reopened Australian galleries.