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Granville Centre Art Gallery

About the Gallery

The Granville Centre opened in September 2020 by Cumberland City Council on the original Granville Community Centre site. The purpose-built centre houses a library, swimming pool and hireable community spaces as well as a new gallery space – Granville Centre Art Gallery. GCAG officially opened in November 2020 with its first exhibition Ngaliya Diyam co-curated by Dennis Golding and Rebekah Raymond which celebrated local Darug stories and First Nations histories. Situated moments from the Granville retail strip and its train station in Western Sydney, GCAG aims to connect with and reflect the diverse community that it sits within through engaging and innovative exhibitions, public programs and artist development opportunities.

Programming Strengths

GCAG offers a diverse and innovative range of contemporary visual art exhibitions curated by the in-house curator alongside invited guests and partner organisations. The gallery programs encompass exhibitions, workshops, public programs and artist development opportunities to help shape and strengthen Cumberland and the wider community’s unique arts and cultural identity. The exhibition program’s strength in its continued representation of a diverse range of local artists alongside those from greater Sydney and beyond to present work at a professional level that explores relevant issues on a local, national and international level.

Exhibition Spaces

One large exhibition space, 356 Square Metres

Visit the Gallery


1 Memorial Drive
Granville NSW 2144


02 8757 9027


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Carpark
  • Conference facilities
  • Workshop spaces
  • Artist residency spaces