Newcastle Art Gallery is the custodian to one of New South Wales' most substantial public art collections outside the major capital cities. Featuring significant Indigenous and non-Indigenous works of art, the collection present a comprehensive overview of Australian art from colonial times to the present day, as well as the largest collection of modern Japanese ceramics in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Gallery continues to grow in popularity as a place for local, national and international visitors. In response to the community's desire see more of the Gallery’s collection more regularly, along with a diverse range of exhibitions, the Gallery has announced a comprehensive building redevelopment program. The proposed design includes increased collection storage and exhibition space, education workshop, lecture theatre, Gallery shop and café.
This year will focus upon the detailed drawings and approvals required for redevelopment before commencing construction in 2013.
For more information, contact Ron Ramsey, Director, on 02 4974 5100 or email@example.com
Download the full Redevelopment Proposal booklet, prepared by the NSW Government Architect's Office.
Download the single page summary of the Redevelopment Proposal
View from South East (Corner of Darby & Queen Street)
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