Wollongong Art Gallery
About Wollongong Art Gallery
Wollongong Art Gallery may be one of Australia's biggest regional art museums, but it still manages to keep its collection fresh with new additions. With more than 2 500 items and objects in total for display across four areas - prior Wollombi landscapes from 1935 through today; contemporary Australian artwork including work by local artists as well those off the coast or South Coast region; Asian arts & cultures artifacts which can be found anywhere around this planet- you're sure not going want for anything at all!
Wollongong Art Gallery has a long history of excellence in the art world, with an ongoing schedule that includes high-quality exhibitions and education programs. The gallery also manages more than 100 works from various periods throughout Australian history—including Modernist paintings to colonial era pieces--which are presented on occasion all year round!
What to do at Wollongong Art Gallery
The Gallery provides a unique external exhibition space around the building through multiple temporary panels and community access with its multifunctional Community Gallery. The atmosphere at the Gallery Bookshop is always one to be experienced. With an ever-changing selection of new items, it's easy for visitors who come by regularly or once in a while to get lost among all that artwork on display here - which includes everything from posters and book titles (for those books about art) down even postcards! So go ahead: explore our world today through these exciting windows into other cultures' lifestyles tomorrow morning when you have time off work.
The Gallery is a hub for art in all its forms, from contemporary to historical pieces. Programming includes educational opportunities and public programming that provides multiple points of engagement with both exhibitions & ideas, themes or rationales behind each piece on display. They offer over 200 programs annually, including many free ones!
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Address: 17 Ralph Black Dr, North Wollongong NSW 2500
Telephone: (02) 4202 6386