Our Building and Exhibition Spaces
In 1999, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery was relocated to the award winning Civic Centre complex, the symbolic heart of Wagga Wagga's central business district. Designed by Melbourne architectural firm Garner Davis, the Art Gallery includes a separate gallery specifically for the National Art Glass Collection.
In fact, the building is a drawcard in itself. See for yourself how its combinations of light, space, shape and design complement the Gallery's collections and exhibitions perfectly.
The Main Gallery is renowned for its wide, open spaces and an impressive feature wall, almost eight metres in height, that showcases larger works. Visit the Main Gallery page for more information and photographs.
National Art Glass Gallery
This contemporary design fittingly includes significant use of glass that fills it with natural light by day, and allows stunning illumination at night. See the National Art Glass Gallery page to find out more.
In the eastern point of the building, the Links Gallery's triangular shape and high ceiling provides a unique and challenging venue for established and emerging regional artists. For more information see the Links Gallery page.
Margaret Carnegie Gallery
The Margaret Carnegie Gallery, home to the Margaret Carnegie Print Collection, also showcases a variety of exhibitions, both touring and in-house, with a strong focus on works on paper. Take a closer look on the Margaret Carnegie Gallery page.
E3 art space
The E3 art space is a versatile indoor exhibition space that can extend into the garden for performance art or outdoor events as needed. Visit the page for the E3 art space for more details.
The Gallery Shop is located just outside the Margaret Carnegie Gallery and is renowned for the interesting and unusual gifts that are sourced from around the world. The Gallery Shop also has a variety of publications that provide insight into the exhibitions and the art world in general. It specifically retails art glass for the discerning buyer from paperweights to spectacular vases. Some of the most popular items are the glass liquorice cubes and the miniature birds of happiness - just perfect for a souvenir of your time at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery!
To browse around the gallery spaces and exhibitions click on the links below: