There’s a lot on at Art After Hours on 7 October. Actress Anna Volska gives the first in our talks about trailblazing women, and Wendy Whiteley discusses her secret garden. You can hear about Julia Margeret Cameron’s Australian connections in an exhibition talk, and discover more about Sol LeWitt in our Sydney students speak series. Plus the Japanese Film Festival’s Kon Ichikawa retrospective continues with Her brother.
Australian artist and Gallery trustee Ben Quilty discusses works in the collection that have inspired, influenced or simply delighted him.
Find out more about the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes – including entry information – and explore the finalists and winners year by year.
Excerpts from competition entries now on display until 5 October, and landscape architects announced.
The range of tours on offer includes regular free guided tours of the Gallery and exhibitions, including for Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese and Korean speakers.
Rarely screened cinema classics, important documentaries, shorts and experimental films… the Gallery presents a regular film program.
CHISWICK at the Gallery is the perfect spot for lunch, a quick bite, a drink at the bar, or dinner on a Wednesday. Exhibition + dining packages available.
We’ve launched two innovative digital tools – Art Sets and Art Tours – offering new ways to interact with the Gallery.
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.
From audio-described tours to Auslan-interpreted talks, our access programs are aimed at engaging diverse audiences.
Would you avoid cake for the sake of anonymity? No, nor would I but it seems the Guerrilla Girls, those masked avengers of feminism, chose to forgo eating a cake celebrating their 30th birthday as it meant having to remove their masks in public! Now that is commitment to the cause.
Sculpture is one of the most important but least recognised aspects of Brett Whiteley’s oeuvre. The latest exhibition at the Studio is populated by giraffes, sharks, pelicans and wrens as well as sensitive, curvilinear distortions of the human figure.
Thinking of travelling? A tour with the Gallery offers a memorable experience with like-minded people. And you’d be helping us buy art too with the funds raised.