Wagga Wagga Art Gallery presents an exciting range of exhibitions throughout the year, appealing to all interests. As well as touring shows from across the country, the Gallery's own collections and initiatives are regularly on display. With seven exhibition spaces, there's always something new to see!
- In the National Art Glass Gallery, a changing selection of works from the National Art Glass Collection is always on display on the upper floor, while the lower floor features temporary exhibitions of Australia's most renowned glass artists.
- The Main Gallery, with two exhibition areas, hosts large-scale exhibitions from all artforms - paintings, sculpture, design and craft.
- The Margaret Carnegie Gallery, honouring one of Wagga Wagga Art Gallery's founding patrons, Margaret Carnegie AO OAM, regularly hosts exhibitions of prints and works on paper drawn from the Margaret Carnegie Print Collection or touring from other galleries.
- The Links Gallery and the E3 art space are Wagga Wagga Art Gallery's community exhibition spaces, reserved for artists from Wagga Wagga and the Riverina region. Proposals from individuals or groups are submitted through the annual application process, to provide local established and emerging artists with opportunities to exhibit.
Images (l-r): Blanche Tilden Palais necklace 2010, flameworked borosilicate glass, oxidised 925 silver (detail)
Melissa Smith To remember 2005, collagraph, perforations
Robert Wynne Lotus 2006, sandblasted, engraved, acid etched glass, bronze base (detail)