Together In Art
Head behind the scenes as we unpack some of the artist’s amazing artifacts and the stories behind them.
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.
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.
Unearthing Australian artists’ childhood talents with the Art Gallery of New South Wales National Art Archive.
Remembering the vibrant ikebana arrangements of the Gallery’s inaugural curator of film, the late Robert Herbert.
Yes, yes, yes. Our doors are almost open and we can’t wait to welcome you back in!
What’s in the box? Find out in this Together In Art series, which reveals treasures from behind the scenes of our museum.
Yes, welcomes matter. Some favourite tales of crossing cultural thresholds.
A heart-warming welcome from our visitor experience team.
Fall into the hauntingly beautiful sounds of ‘Midnight sun’, a piano composition by Heather Shannon.
Switch on for a slow TV experience as senior conservator Simon Ives cleans Arthur Streeton’s The Gloucester Buckets from 1894.
Drone alone! Take a tour through some of our empty galleries awaiting their artworks.
Explore a story of imagination in a time of isolation, with this behind-the-scenes tour.
Be drawn into a dialogue between music and art, as singer Sarah Belkner steps through the looking glass to perform inside Shadow catchers.
Art museums as empty as the Mary Celeste.
It’s sad to think of our Gallery closed, but the photographic series Las meninas reborn in the night I-VIII by Yasumasa Morimura helps take the edge off the melancholy.
Bringing a silent space to life, Fijian guitarist Joji Malani performs an electrifying arrangement of music in the Gallery’s Grand Courts.