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Список Музеев и Картинных галерей: Новый Южный Уэльс

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ACU McGlade Gallery at Strathfield 25A Barker Rd, Strathfield NSW 2135 Telephone: 1300 275 228
The McGlade Gallery is located in Sydney’s inner west, near Sydney’s Bicentennial Park (which boasts sculptural and environmentally based artworks). The gallery is part of the NSW Regional Galleries Association.
Albury Art Gallery AlburyCity Council, Ground Floor, 553 Kiewa Street, Albury Telephone: +61 02 6023 8111
Murray Art Museum Albury MAMA is proudly owned and operated by AlburyCity. Along with an emphasis on innovative, self-curated exhibitions, MAMA features a stunning 24-hour 'art skin', interactive workshops and immersive cultural experiences.
Australian Centre for Photography 72 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010 Telephone: +61 2 9332 0555
The Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) is the leading national organisation dedicated to photography and new media. The ACP provides exhibition, education and community programs to engage audiences in a dynamic conversation about the role photography plays in visual culture. As one of the longest running contemporary art spaces, founded in 1973, the ACP has been a creative force in the cultural life of Australia for over 40 years. Head-quartered in Sydney, the ACP fosters partnerships to present innovative programs, regionally, nationally and internationally.
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery 70–78 Keppel St, Bathurst NSW 2795 Telephone: +61 2 6333 6555
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery has forged strong links with surrounding townships and within the local community to create a vibrant space showcasing the full spectrum of artistic endeavour. Built in 1989, it was the first purpose built regional gallery in NSW, and provides professional development opportunities for local and regional artists.
Bega Valley Regional Gallery Zingel Pl, Bega NSW 2550 Telephone: +61 2 6499 2187
Bega Valley Regional Gallery is located in the South East corner of New South Wales, half way between Australia’s two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne and three hours’ drive from the nation’s capital, Canberra. The gallery hosts touring exhibitions of national significance along with its own exclusively curated artistic program as part of its cultural tourism plan that is designed to engage tens of thousands of visitors to the region annually.
Blacktown Arts Centre 78 Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown NSW 2148 Telephone: +61 2 9839 6558
Blacktown Arts is a recognised leader in the development of contemporary arts in Australia. We support artistic innovation and offer exciting, new experiences through an award-winning curated program of exhibitions, performances, workshops, residencies and events.
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre 30 Parke St, Katoomba NSW 2780 Telephone: +61 2 4780 5410
The spacious state-of-the-art Blue Mountains City Art Gallery is one of the leading regional art galleries in Australia. The Blue Mountains City Art Gallery features major touring, curated, regional and local exhibitions. Its Exposé Exhibition Program is dedicated to showcasing artists who reside in the Blue Mountains Region.
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery 404–408 Argent St, Broken Hill NSW 2880 Telephone: +61 8 8080 3440
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is the oldest regional art gallery in New South Wales. It was established in 1904 following the bequest of three major artworks by Mr George McCulloch, one of the founders of Broken Hill Propriety Limited (BHP). The Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery provides an annual program of locally curated exhibitions along with touring exhibitions from major cultural institutions.
Bunker Cartoon Gallery 1 John Champion Way, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450 Telephone: +61 2 6651 7343
The Bunker Cartoon Gallery in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, is home to Australia's largest archive of print — and increasingly digital — cartoons. The heart of the collection is the Rotary Cartoon Awards, an annual comic and cartooning competition run by the Bunker Gallery that celebrates the cartoonist's art.
Campbelltown Arts Centre 1 Art Gallery Rd, Campbelltown NSW 2560 Telephone: +61 2 4645 4100
Located on the edge of Sydney, Campbelltown Arts Centre (C-A-C) is in a unique position to forge collaborative exchanges between artists, disciplines and communities. These opportunities allow for new curatorial situations to occur and challenging streams of practice to be realised. C-A-C is a national leader in the delivery of an expanding high quality community engaged contemporary artistic program. C-A-C is located on Tharawal land, with strong ties with Aboriginal Elders and community and is owned and managed by Campbelltown City Council.
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre 1 Powerhouse Road, Casula NSW 2170 Telephone: +61 2 9824 1121
The Liverpool Collection, managed by Casula Powerhouse and Liverpool Regional Museum, boasts an extensive collection of over 30,000 artworks and heritage objects which reflect the great diversity of cultures that make up the City of Liverpool. The focus of the collection is to build a legacy from the creativity and commitment of emerging and established artists and showcase artworks that engage, entertain and challenge audiences across the community.
Cessnock Regional Art Gallery 16 Vincent St, Cessnock NSW 2325 Telephone: +61 2 4991 6619
Cessnock Regional Art Gallery hosts a program of twelve exhibitions annually, derived locally and nationally including gallery-generated exhibitions that showcase the work of our region’s artists, touring shows and national focus exhibitions. The program centres on the visual arts but also includes craft and design, with contemporary and historical themes and subjects. Each exhibition is accompanied variously by gallery talks, seminars and formal lectures for general visitors, students and arts professionals designed to stimulate eyes and minds.
Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery Coff St & Duke St, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450 Telephone: +61 2 6648 4863
The Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery offers an exciting program of exhibitions, talks, workshops and other events that will spark your imagination. Featuring works by a diversity of local, regional, national and international artists in many mediums, the Gallery is a hub of the vibrant community life of the Coffs Coast region. You’ll be inspired by the natural beauty and diverse cultures that the Gallery embraces and celebrates. Immerse yourself in the creative possibilities.
Cowra Regional Art Gallery 77 Darling Street Cowra 2794 NSW Telephone: +61 2 6340-2190
The Cowra Regional Art Gallery is located in Cowra’s cultural precinct together with the Cowra Library, World Peace Bell and the Cowra Civic Centre. The gallery opened in October 2000 and aims to foster an appreciation, awareness and enjoyment of the visual arts in the community and prides itself as an important part of the cultural life of the region.
Dobell House 47 Dobell Dr, Wangi Wangi NSW 2267 Telephone: +61 2 4975 4115
Dobell House, the home and studio of the late Sir William Dobell. Dobell House is owned and operated by the Sir William Dobell Memorial Committee which is a completely volunteer organisation.
Fairfield City Museum and Gallery 634 The Horsley Dr, Smithfield NSW 2164 Telephone: +61 2 9725 0190
Fairfield City is renowned for the cultural diversity of its residents and uniqueness within the Sydney metropolitan area.
Gallery Blackheath 44 Govetts Leap Rd, Blackheath NSW 2785 Telephone: +61 02 4787-8800
Established in December 2001, Gallery Blackheath is a non-profit, artist owned and managed collective showcasing a selection of fine paintings, drawings and printworks by prize winning Blue Mountains artists. The gallery is widely recognised as playing a major role in the establishment of Blackheath as a significant regional art centre.
Glasshouse Regional Gallery 30-42 Clarence St & Hay Streets, Port Macquarie NSW 2444 Telephone: +61 2 6581 8888
Located in the heart of Port Macquarie, the Glasshouse is home to a theatre, regional gallery, Ross Family Studio, Visitor Information Centre, gift shop, conference and meeting facilities and heritage displays.
Gosford Regional Gallery 36 Webb St, East Gosford NSW 2250 Telephone: +61 2 4304 7550
A carefully selected art collection comprising of artworks and artefacts is maintained and displayed by Gosford City Council. The collection has been acquired through gifts, donations and acquisitive prizes. The collection is designed to make an artistic statement about the visual arts culture of the Central Coast and its place in the wider national cultural context.
Goulburn Regional Art Gallery Corner of Bourke and Church Streets, Goulburn NSW 2580 Telephone: +61 2 4823 4494
The Gallery's permanent collection consists of more than 300 works of art, which includes paintings, prints, drawings, textiles, sculptures and ceramics. There is a regular showing of the permanent collection in December each year; a selection of works is displayed, usually according to a chosen theme. The collection is made up of acquisitions and donations, the focus of the collection being on works by regional artists, works of regional significance or works of national significance.
Grafton Regional Gallery 158 Fitzroy St, Grafton NSW 2460 Telephone: +61 2 6642 3177
The Collection Online project was made possible through the generous support of Arts NSW and Clarence Valley Council. The Gallery aims to be an accessible centre of excellence in the visual arts for the residents of and visitors to the Clarence Valley and to promote understanding and development of the visual arts. The Gallery has a permanent collection of over 1300 works which, through an active acquisition policy of purchase, donation and gifting, is steadily growing.
Griffith Regional Art Gallery 167 Banna Ave, Griffith NSW 2680 Telephone: +61 2 6962 5991
The Griffith Regional Art Gallery is the proud owner of the National Contemporary Jewellery Collection, the only collection of its kind in Australia. The Couture Collection was purchased by Griffith City Council in 2005 and is part of the Griffith Regional Art Gallery Collection. It is a collection which contains work created over the past 50 years and consists of over 200 gowns.
Hawkesbury Regional Gallery 300 George St, Deerubbin Centre (1st Floor), Windsor NSW 2756 Telephone: +61 2 4560 4441
The Gallery is the keeping place for a number of collections, including the Hawkesbury City Council Art Collection. The Collection comprises approximately 300 works of art, including many works by regional artists, and a number of works by Modernist and Postmodernist artists Bim Hilder, Maurice McDonald, Suzanne Archer, David Fairbairn, John Firth-Smith, Barry Gazzard, Peter Laverty, Ursula Laverty, Peter Pinson, Tony Tozer and David Voigt.
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre 782 Kingsway, Gymea NSW 2227 Telephone: +61 2 8536 5700
Set amid landscaped gardens, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre has been specifically designed to appeal to the whole community. The combination of a major public gallery with a comprehensive arts centre, cafe, theatrette and community gallery makes a unique creative resource for everyone. Hazelhurst acknowledges the Dharawal speaking people, traditional custodians of the land, and pays respect to elders past and present.
Inverell Art Gallery 5 Evans St, Inverell NSW 2360, Telephone: +61 2 6722 4983
The Inverell Art Gallery is a Community Gallery, operated by the Inverell Art Society. It holds regular exhibitions throughout the year featuring both local & visiting artists. The Inverell Art Prize is held each spring & attracts artists from all around the country. The Gallery also operates a gift shop where original local arts & crafts can be purchased.
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery 1A First St, Booragul NSW 2284 Telephone: +61 2 4921 0382
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery is an exceptional cultural and tourist destination, widely recognised for its exhibition program and work with the community. Contemporary visual arts, craft and design practice is the main focus of our exhibitions, and respectful Aboriginal projects are a strong component of the program.
Lismore Regional Gallery 11 Rural St, Lismore NSW 2480 Telephone: +61 2 6627 4600
Lismore Regional Gallery’s Mission is to facilitate the exchange of ideas locally and nationally through a distinctive and innovative program of exhibitions and events.
Maitland Regional Art Gallery 230 High St, Maitland NSW 2320 Telephone: +61 2 4934 9859
A series of exhibition spaces, workshop spaces, retail spaces and a cafe space – all dedicated to providing premier arts and cultural experiences for the general public – encapsulated in a single building.
Manly Art Gallery and Museum 1 West Esplanade & Commonwealth Parade, Manly NSW 2095 Telephone: +61 2 9976 1420
Сollection extends to over 6,000 items (too many to display). It includes around 350 ceramics, 1,000 watercolours, prints, etchings, drawings and paintings (mainly contemporary and early Australian works) and over 1,300 items of swimwear.
Manning Regional Art Gallery 12 Macquarie St, Taree NSW 2430 Telephone: +61 2 6592 5455
The Manning Regional Art Collection is one of 30 regional collections in the state and holds more than 320 works. it is an important cultural asset for the community of the MidCoast. The Majority of works have been donated to the collection through the Frank Saxby Bequest, The Friends of the Manning Regional Art Gallery via the acquisitive Manning Art Prize, personal donations of artworks from community members and donations by artists.
McCrossin's Mill Museum Salisbury St, Uralla NSW 2358 Telephone: +61 2 6778 3022
Operated by the Uralla Historical Society, art, local history and culture
Moree Plains Gallery 25 Frome St., Moree NSW 2400 Telephone: +61 2 6757 3320
Moree Plains Gallery' permanent collection recognises the rich heritage and variety of cultural production in our region. The collection is made up of contemporary works by Australian artists dealing with ideas and concepts relevant to the historical, environmental and cultural concerns of the people of the Black Soil Plains.
Mosman Art Gallery Art Gallery Way & Myahgah Road, Mosman NSW 2088 Telephone: +61 2 9978 4178
The Mosman Art Collection is an historically important and unique collection of paintings and works on paper which have been collected since Mosman Municipal Council’s commencement in 1897. The collection’s primary focus is Australian painting, and the core of the collection has been formed through the annual, acquisitive Mosman Art Prize, first established in 1947 by the artist, architect and arts advocate, Alderman, Allan Gamble. Over time the Mosman Art Prize has developed to become Australia’s most prestigious municipally funded art prize with a national profile. It regularly attracts over 800 entries annually and currently offers over $40,000 in prizes. The resulting collection of modern and contemporary paintings reflects developments in Australian art practices since 1947.
Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre Corner Bridge and William Streets, Muswellbrook NSW 2333 Telephone: +61 2 6549 3800
Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre presents travelling exhibitions, local exhibitions and art prizes (including the biennial Muswellbrook Open Art Prize), along with periodic selections from the Max Watters and Shire Collections.
National Art Glass Gallery Morrow St, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 Telephone: +61 2 6926 9660
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery's collections hold over 2,600 items, and are constantly growing thanks to acquisitions and donations. The collections focus on contemporary Australian art glass and prints, with a smaller but significant group of works by artists from the Riverina region. Throughout the year, works from the collections are constantly on display, in permanent exhibitions or specially curated shows.
National Museum of Australian Pottery 76 Albury St, Holbrook NSW 2644 Telephone: +61 2 6036 3464
The National Museum of Australian Pottery is the only Museum dedicated to 19th and early 20th century Australian pottery and is the culmination of many years of collecting and research throughout Australia. On display are close to 1,900 pieces of domestic pottery from 126 Australian pottery companies established between European settlement and the end of World War I, (1918).
New England Regional Art Museum - NERAM 106-114 Kentucky St, South Hill NSW 2350 Telephone: +61 2 6772 5255
The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) is a living museum of national significance located in Armidale in the heart of the New England North West region of New South Wales. Collections include significant works by Australian and international artists such as Streeton, Roberts, Gruner, Preston, Whiteley, Gleeson, Tuckson and Christo, to name just a few.
Newcastle Art Gallery 1 Laman St, Cooks Hill NSW 2300 Telephone: +61 2 4974 5100
Newcastle Art Gallery holds more than 6,300 works of art in its nationally recognised collection. The collection is an exciting cultural asset which belongs to the people of Newcastle, and indeed all Australians. Works from the collection are on a constant rotating display at the Gallery and in galleries across Australia (even on occasion, the world) when works of art are borrowed by other institutions. In this way, the collection is viewed by hundreds of thousands of visitors per year, and Newcastle continues to grow its reputation as a vibrant cultural city
Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum 14 Norman Lindsay Cres, Faulconbridge NSW 2776 Telephone: +61 2 4751 1067
Norman Lindsay (1879-1969), artist, cartoonist, and writer, came from a family that produced five artists. Lindsay left home when he was sixteen to live with his brother in Melbourne. In 1901 he moved north to make his permanent home in the Blue Mountains, working for the Bulletin in an association that lasted almost to his death.
Orange Regional Gallery 149 Byng St, Orange NSW 2800 Telephone: +61 2 6393 8136
The Orange Regional Gallery collection is founded on the Mary Turner Collection which was presented to the city of Orange, NSW in 1982. Since the Turner donation the collection has grown considerably to include over five hundred pieces by some of Australia's finest artists.
Penrith Regional Gallery & Lewers Bequest 86 River Rd, Emu Plains NSW 2750 Telephone: +61 2 4735 1100
Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest is set on the western bank of the Nepean River at the foot of the Blue Mountains at Emu Plains, and was established in 1981 at the former home and property of sculptor Gerald Lewers and painter Margo Lewers. Each year tens of thousands of visitors delight in the Gallery’s dynamic exhibitions, events, education programs, splendid gardens and café. Contemporary visual arts and crafts practice
Shoalhaven City Arts Centre 12 Berry St, Nowra NSW 2541 Telephone: +61 2 4429 5444
Regional Art Gallery located in Nowra, NSW. Features contemporary and traditional art exhibitions by leading Australian and Shoalhaven artists, workshops and dynamic public programs. A facility of Shoalhaven City Council.
Sturt Australia Cnr Range Road & Waverley Parade Mittagong NSW 2575 Telephone: +61 2 4860 2083
Sturt maintains a collection of Australian post-war contemporary craft. The collection began to develop in the early 1950s and continues to be added to today by the many visiting artists who come to Sturt to live, work and teach in our special environment.
Tamworth Regional Gallery 466 Peel St, Tamworth NSW 2340 Telephone: +61 2 6767 5248
Our vision focuses on making the arts and culture accessible to all. We strive to provide a welcoming, inclusive, engaging and meaningful experience for all visitors and our volunteers. We believe that the arts and culture are for everyone – for visitors of all ages, abilities, genders and cultures. Like our gallery’s founder John Salvana in 1919, we aim to provide access to quality, innovative art in the country. Our gallery is the second oldest regional gallery in New South Wales and is built on a foundation of civic mindedness and a strong belief in regional access to the arts and culture.
University of New South Wales Galleries (UNSW) Cnr of Oxford St and Greens Rd, Paddington NSW 2021 Telephone: +61 2 8936 0888
UNSW Galleries is the University of New South Wales contemporary art, media and design museum. UNSW Galleries presents a dynamic program of national and international exhibitions, commissions, event, education and public programs throughout the year.
Western Plains Cultural Centre Western Plains Cultural Centre, 76 Wingewarra Street, Dubbo NSW 2830 Telephone: +61 2 6801 4444
The Philosophy of the WPCC is: To create a positive and unique sense of place for Dubbo residents and visitors by providing opportunities and events for creative and cultural engagement with the community, and assisting in the preservation and growth of the region’s identity.
Wollongong Art Gallery 46 Burelli St, Wollongong NSW 2500 Telephone: +61 2 4227 8500
Wollongong Art Gallery, managed by Wollongong City Council, is one of the largest regional art museums in Australia. Wollongong Art Gallery has an important collection of Australian, Aboriginal and Asian art. The permanent collection not only documents Illawarra regional histories and art practices, but also reflects developments and issues in art of local, national and international relevance.