Exhibition Proposals

Community Galleries: Links Gallery and E3 art space

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery operates two community gallery spaces, the Links Gallery and the E3 art space, reserved for artists from the Riverina region. The Links Gallery, adjacent to the Main Gallery, hosts seven exhibitions each year, open for eight weeks each. The E3 art space, an external space, hosts exhibitions of two or four weeks duration throughout the year.

Both spaces are open to solo or group shows, by artists or community and educational institutions, in or from Wagga Wagga and the Riverina region.

For both spaces, a nominal hire fee is charged by the Gallery. A refundable deposit is also charged.


Applications to exhibit in the Links Gallery and E3 artspace in 2014 are now open, and are due by COB Friday 4 October 2013. 

E3 art space 

Application Form

Exhibition Guidelines 

Links Gallery

Application Form

Exhibition Guidelines 

Art to Crow About: another successful opening at the E3 art space 

Main Galleries

Proposals are welcome throughout the year to exhibit in the Main Gallery spaces, including the Margaret Carnegie Gallery. Priority is given to artists from or connected with the Riverina region, and artists working in the media in which Wagga Wagga Art Gallery specialises:

  • glass
  • printmaking
  • textiles and fibre work
  • Indigenous art
  • new media and installation

If you are interested in exhibiting at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, please send a proposal, addressed to the Curator, Exhibitions & Collections to:

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
PO Box 20
Wagga Wagga   NSW   2650

Proposals should include:

  • exhibition summary, including proposed dates, costs and space required (1 x A4 page)
  • selected professional CV (3 x A4 pages maximum)
  • 12 images maximum: jpeg format, 2MB maximum each (at least two images must be reproduction quality, 300dpi)
    note: if submitting by post, include images on CD, not hard copy
  • selected support material, including recent exhibition catalogues and/or reviews

Please note that exhibitions in the Main Gallery spaces are generally booked 18-24 months in advance.