Arts & Humanities

What art galleries or exhibitions are your favourite?

Arts & Humanities

Posted by: AdelaideM

30th Apr 2021 11:32am

Do you go and see art exhibitions?
What about a favourite gallery?

With so much of Australia opening back up, maybe this year could be the time to check out local art galleries and see what they have to offer - do you have any favourites, or anything upcoming you're really excited about!

Comments 4

  • 5th Jul 2023 12:24pm

A great way to spend a Winter Saturday, head to White Rabbit Gallery in Chippendale and then onto Carriage Works Redfern, Gadigal Country.

  • 2nd Jul 2021 05:53pm

I love smaller galleries. Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) in the middle of Canberra has excellent exhibitions.

  • 18th May 2021 04:43pm

I actually went to se Monet, and not a good time to see such a great show/art display.
One would expect after luring people back to see such a public exhibition and after paying $100's dollars in tickets I expect a seat for myself and my family.
They should have made it an actual cinematic experience putting all this hard work into a V Max experience . Really disappointed.

  • 12th May 2021 04:22pm

I love National gallery of Victoria. I have been to so many times. It is great!

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