The Gallery is closed temporarily from
April – November 2019 while we undergo
an exciting $2.3 million transformation. During
this time you can still enjoy the Sculpture
Park, as well as our art classes that
are continuing in new locations.

Stay tuned for details of our grand reopening celebration in November.

Current Exhibitions

CLOSED FOR REDEVELOPMENT

April – November 2019

The Gallery is closed temporarily from April – November 2019 while we undergo an exciting $2.3 million transformation. During this time, you can still enjoy the Sculpture Park, as well as our art classes that are continuing in new locations.

Stay tuned for details of our grand reopening celebration in November.

Read the latest in news and events in our August newsletter.

News

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Awaba House affected by fire

The state-heritage listed Awaba House at Booragul is currently closed due to a fire, which broke out in the building on Tuesday 20 August.

Council is aware that this iconic building housed a popular and successful business in the City and we are offering our support to its operators and employees. We understand that this is a difficult time for long-term patrons and upcoming function users, and we will be doing our best to work with the operators and find alternative facilities to accommodate booked functions. Read More


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Art Classes

During the Gallery redevelopment, art classes will continue in new locations. Please see What's On for details.

All art classes are guided by trained art educators and artists. We offer classes for all levels of skill - from toddlers to adults, beginners to those with expertise. Click on the Learn page for details. Make a booking and come along for some fun.

On Tour

Artwork: Allan Chawner 'Life in your hands' (video still) 2012 © the artist

Wild Side: the animal in art

Our partnership touring exhibition project Wild Side: the animal in art was on display at Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo, until late 2015. Co-curated by LMCAG's Meryl Ryan and WPCC's Kent Buchanan, the exhibition considered humankind's relationship with the greater animal kingdom. Included were works from both galleries' collections, alongside loans from some of Australia's finest contemporary artists.