She’s been called ‘the greatest gift to Australian jazz vocals in the last decade’. Emma Pask joins us for Art After Hours on 22 April. Plus our film series continues with David Bradbury’s Academy Award-nominated Front line and Trevor Graham’s intriguing doco Aeroplane dance.
Our Kids Club and Art Club aim to familiarise children with the Gallery, introduce them to art, inspire their talents and have them create their own artworks.
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.
A scholarship has been established in memory of Eva Breuer to be awarded to a young Australian female artist for the purpose of travel and study in Paris.
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.
Our film screenings are back with a series showcasing troublemakers, boat-rockers, trailblazers and whistleblowers.
Special offers include a great-value dining package for The photograph and Australia and Mothers Day menus designed by Matt Moran.
Patrick Pound and Rowan McNaught's project is, in a sense, a digitally updated form of the album traditionally used to sort, categorise and view photographs.
Entries close 15 May Each year, the Brett Whiteley Studio invites applications for a major travelling art scholarship to a talented young artist/painter with an established body of work who is best able to demonstrate the use and benefit of the scholarship to further their art education in Europe.
The Gallery recently acquired this important work by leading Aboriginal painter Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, whose bold, graphic paintings explore the Tingari ancestors and their travels over the Western Desert region.