Six-time Helpmann nominee Ursula Yovich was recently listed by The Age as one of the 21 most iconic women of the Australian stage, page and screen. We’re honoured to have her performing at Art After Hours on 8 April. And on screen, David Gulpilil mesmerises in The tracker.
The walls of the Gallery host the portraits of many people. Get to know them with a coffee tour of the collection for members only.
Closed Good Friday, 3 April. We’re open Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday as usual, 10am to 5pm. Some parts of the Gallery have different opening hours.
There’s much fun to be had at the Gallery this April school holidays with free performances and a drop-in artmaking activity.
Special offers include Easter Sunday brunch, Mothers Day menus designed by Matt Moran and a great-value dining package for The photograph and Australia.
Explore artists and works back to 2005 in the annual exhibition of outstanding student artworks, developed for the HSC examination in Visual Arts in NSW.
Our film screenings are back with a series showcasing troublemakers, boat-rockers, trailblazers and whistleblowers.
Posts from the past showcases a selection of 19th-century Australian cartes de visite from the Gallery’s collection.
Australian artists Cecil Bostock, Weaver Hawkins and Dora Ohlfsen feature in these stories from the First World War, collected from the Gallery’s archive.
From audio-described tours to Auslan-interpreted talks, our access programs are aimed at engaging diverse audiences.
Interacting with art can be more than just enjoyable, it can be therapeutic, even transformative. And taking part in an art tour that is a bit like a dinner party can be a highly rewarding experience for all involved.
Closed Good Friday, 3 April. The Brett Whiteley Studio is open Easter Saturday and Sunday as usual. The Studio was the workplace and home of Australian artist Brett Whiteley (1939–92). Since 1995 it has been managed as a museum by the Art Gallery of NSW.
It’s the time of year when images of rabbits abound. From the Gallery’s collection, Justene Williams’ 1997 photograph Bunny boy 1