Current Exhibitions

28 July – 23 September 2018

Yes Yes Yes Yes: graphics from the 1960s and 1970s

An Art Gallery of New South Wales Touring Exhibition

Moving Histories // Future Projections

A dLux MediaArts exhibition toured by Museums & Galleries of NSW

Note: This Month's For the Love of Art is on Sunday 19 August and features popular Hunter-based printmaker and teacher Vera Zulumovski. To reserve your place for this fun, relaxed and social afternoon please phone the Gallery on (02) 4921 0382. The cost is $10 for society members and $15 for non-members. All funds raised go towards the purchase of new acquisitions for the gallery's collection.


lake view from gallery

Annual Hunter Wrap With Love Inc Knit-in

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 10 August between 9.30am and 4pm for the annual Hunter Knit-In. Knitters from far and wide will gather at the gallery to knit hundreds of squares for cosy wraps to be distributed across the globe.

Individual knitters are welcome. Call in for half an hour or feel free to stay and knit all day! Endurance knitters will be fuelled by the delicious morning and afternoon tea provided. If you are unable to attend on the day, you can also participate by knitting squares at home and dropping them into the Gallery prior to the event. For further information and individual patterns please see

Art Classes

watercolour fish

Art Classes

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.