Late Night at the Gallery. Image: Supplied
NAGG Collection. Image: Supplied
Christopher Orchard Artist Talk. Image: Supplied
Something to Say. Image: Supplied
Hardenvale. Image: Supplied
The Big Draw — Young Creative Collective. Image: Supplied
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
About the Gallery
Situated in Wagga Wagga’s cultural precinct on the banks of the Wollundary lagoon Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is housed in an outstanding architectural complex of major contemporary art spaces, award winning National Art Glass Gallery building and collection, with art workshops and regional resident artist facilities. Curatorial focus includes, contemporary art, new media, Wiradjuri and First Nations, and on semi-permanent display; works from our extensive National Art Glass Collection and Margaret Carnegie Australian Print Collections.
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is home of the National Art Glass Gallery houses a world class, nationally significant collection of contemporary art glass, featuring approximately 700 pieces. The Margaret Carnegie Print Collection consists of over 1200 original prints by Australia’s foremost artists. In addition the gallery presents in-house curated and touring exhibitions throughout the year.
Our programming strengths are exhibitions, regional artist development (exhibition and residency), Wiradjuri and First Nations, emerging artists development, public programs (artist talks, master-classes and workshops), and a suite of education and engagement programs onsite and across the local government area.
7 exhibitions spaces over 1000 square metres with flexible running wall space. Dedicated darkened space for new media and artist film projects. E3 Regional Artist Exhibition and Residency spaces. State of the art erco lighting system, dedicated HVAC exhibition space for sensitive works. Flexible space with high ceilings allows for creation of grand or intimate exhibition experiences.