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Touring exhibition available | LIONEL’S PLACE: Lionel Lindsay from the Maitland Regional Art Gallery Collection
A Maitland Regional Art Gallery Touring Exhibition Current Tour Schedule BAMM - Bank Art Museum Moree, NSW 4 May - 22 June 2021 Manning Regional Art Gallery, Taree, NSW 14 October - 28 November 2021 Banana…Find out more »
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The boxing ring has long been a compelling site for artists. It has produced many books, songs, paintings and films. What is it about the fight that speaks to artists through the ages and why do some contemporary artists respond so vividly to its grit, history and contest? Shadow Boxer will highlight this cultural fascination and showcase the work of contemporary Australian artists who explore ideas of race, gender and class and the sheer physicality of Boxing in their work.…Find out more »
Barka, the forgotten River reflects the love artists Badger Bates and Justine Muller have for the Barka, or Darling River - "our mother and the blood in our veins" - and its people, the Barkandji. Indigenous peoples across the globe looked after their environment in a sustained manner for thousands of years; nowhere was a system so sophisticated than with the first peoples of Australia. Throughout time conventions, world summits, protocols have tried to protect her, our environment, our habitat,…Find out more »
While the gallery is closed due to current COVID restrictions, please enjoy looking at Operation Art here online. Every year schools across New South Wales are invited to participate in Operation Art, an initiative of The Children’s Hospital at Westmead in association with the New South Wales Department of Education. The Operation Art program provides a forum for schools and students to demonstrate their visual arts achievements through exhibitions at the Armory Gallery, Sydney Olympic Park and the Art Gallery…Find out more »
National Art – Part One is an exhibition and celebration of 50 practising Australian artists who all studied at the National Art School and generously donated work from their personal collections to the School. Touring exhibition from the National Art SchoolFind out more »
MRAG and the PCYC are pleased to be able to present the opportunity for you to join champion boxer Bianca Elmir for a boxing workout.
Friday, July 23 or Friday, July 30
5.30pm – 6.30 pm
Women only, 14 years +
Bookings essential via Eventbrite
On a weekend in February 2020, 41 Artists took to the streets across three Australian cities for the nation’s largest unsanctioned art campaign #BushfireBrandalism. Organised and realised by 41 artists, 78 advertising posters were replaced with bespoke thought-provoking images and messages. Speaking to the climate crisis, drought and bushfires, this undertaking was a direct reaction to the feelings of powerlessness experienced by the artists during the catastrophic bushfires of 2019/2020.Find out more »
Artist Fiona Lee lost her family home and studio near Taree to the catastrophic bushfires in November 2019. This exhibition is a very personal, raw and challenging response to the bushfire crisis where the artist has shaped works from her home’s scorched remnants; collecting, categorising and sorting through ash and detritus from the site where her home once stood.Find out more »