Together In Art
Being 200km east of Broken Hill hasn’t stopped some of the state’s most dedicated young art viewers and makers.
Sabina Krusevljanin knows the importance of welcomes. Twenty-five years ago, she fled war-torn Sarajevo seeking peace and a new life in Sydney.
Our conservators, like pretty much everyone we know, love inventing names for fictitious bands. So they went looking for more possible band names lying in wait in the conservation laboratory.
Considering the power of music and its intersection with art through a Wurlitzer jukebox of 100 protest songs.
To celebrate our reopening week, we gave people the chance to have an up-close and personal encounter with art before opening hours with our Art Date competition.
The New Age Noise Collective celebrate Rainbow Chan’s music and mentorship.
Sharing art-making ideas with families far and wide.
There’s one thing more important than coming to the Art Gallery of NSW, and that is coming back.
Our children’s guides and volunteers remember some of their favourite moments.
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.
Remembering the vibrant ikebana arrangements of the Gallery’s inaugural curator of film, the late Robert Herbert.
The Gallery’s volunteer guides lead nine hypothetical visitors on a tour of their favourite works of art.
Yes, yes, yes. Our doors are almost open and we can’t wait to welcome you back in!
What does art want? Art wants to be looked at! Shining a light on shows that have been left in the dark.
Yes, welcomes matter. Some favourite tales of crossing cultural thresholds.
Some of the exhibitions we wished we’d seen in person before the pandemic interrupted.
Watch Tracey Emin, Wäka Munuŋgurr, William Kentridge, Lindy Lee and Takashi Murakami discuss their art and lives.
What kind of face should you show to the world when the world has turned thoroughly weird?
The present crisis is often compared to the influenza pandemic of 1918–19. So how did artists of the time respond?
I don’t know about you, but the temporal markers upon which I ordinarily rely – minutes and hours, weekdays and weekends – have now completely dissolved.
Arthur Streeton’s life and art, upheavals and triumphs.
As enigmatic as it is iconic, Charles Meere’s painting Australian beach pattern took on new meaning when COVID-19 closed Sydney’s beaches.
Art museums as empty as the Mary Celeste.
As Jewish people celebrate the festival of Passover, we remember artist Judy Cassab’s personal story.
Deities of comfort and care.
Meet Amabie, a talismanic mermaid-like creature said to shield people from illness.
This is a story of crisis and hope.