Together In Art
To coincide with Refugee Week, we’re challenging you to complete McKenna’s crossword with some new clues – all related to artists who have immigrated to Australia and enriched cultural life here.
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.
Our director Michael Brand welcomes you back to our home on Gadigal Land as we open our doors to the world for the first time in ten weeks.
Creativity and hope during a time of crisis.
Wander the Art Gallery of New South Wales to the soaring song of Australia’s Delta Goodrem, who performs her new song ‘Keep climbing’ amidst the epic artworks and classic architecture of the Grand Courts.
Arthur Streeton’s life and art, upheavals and triumphs.
Artist Joan Ross speaks about her mural for the Sydney Modern Project and her creative process.
As enigmatic as it is iconic, Charles Meere’s painting Australian beach pattern took on new meaning when COVID-19 closed Sydney’s beaches.
From the muddiest waters, the lotus blooms pure and bright.
Explore a story of imagination in a time of isolation, with this behind-the-scenes tour.
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.
These works from the Gallery’s collection offer follicular guidance for those worried about what the dog might think of their ‘iso-do’.
This is a story of crisis and hope.