Join us as we affirm the power of art to connect people through a new social project that opens the Art Gallery of New South Wales to the world and welcomes in artists, musicians, performers – and you.

Dorrit Black

What’s in the box? Find out in this Together In Art series, which reveals treasures from behind the scenes of our museum.

1 week ago by Hannah Hutchison
Dorrit Black

Art is my oxygen

There’s one thing more important than coming to the Art Gallery of NSW, and that is coming back.

1 day ago
Art is my oxygen

The power of play

Play is vital for our sense of wellbeing through all stages of life. Check out these artists and activities for a hit of play inspiration.

3 days ago by Faith Chisholm
The power of play

Why art?

Our Youth Collective answer this crucial question via a #PassThePaperChallenge.

3 days ago
Why art?

From my window

We’re thrilled to present a series of new artworks by contemporary Australian artists who were invited to record their familiar spaces in unfamiliar circumstances.

2 weeks ago by Lisa Catt
From my window

An art of touch and tending

Remembering the vibrant ikebana arrangements of the Gallery’s inaugural curator of film, the late Robert Herbert.

6 days ago by Ruby Arrowsmith-Todd
An art of touch and tending

A welcome bouquet

With the Gallery set to reopen, I’ve been imagining being greeted by the spectacular floral arrangements in our vestibule. Until then, here is a virtual welcome from artists in our collection.

6 days ago by Tracey Keogh
A welcome bouquet

Be my guide

The Gallery’s volunteer guides lead nine hypothetical visitors on a tour of their favourite works of art.

1 week ago
Be my guide

Earlier

Conserving a classic

Switch on for a slow TV experience as senior conservator Simon Ives cleans Arthur Streeton’s The Gloucester Buckets from 1894.

Conserving a classic

L-FRESH The LION

Witness the power and perception of south-west Sydney hip-hop artist L-FRESH The LION in this intimate spoken-word performance.

L-FRESH The LION

We acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the Country on which the Art Gallery of New South Wales stands.