Arts & Culture

Armidale boasts a rich history in both the arts & culture.

There is always something new at our region’s museums and galleries with exhibitions changing regularly.

These are the current Exhibitions as of May 2019:

Armidale Art Gallery - 168 Beardy Street Mall

🎨 Armidale Art Prize 2019.
This event continues the tradition of showcasing a cross-section of regional art and has become the highlight of the Society's year.
NERAM-New England Regional Art Museum
106-114 Kentucky Street, Armidale.

🎨 Between the Lines
Black Gully Printmakers inspired by Judith Wright.

Showcases the considerable creative talent and technical skills of 2018’s Higher School Certificate Visual Arts students.

🎨 Decoding Olley by Sandra McMahon
Tamworth artist Sandra McMahon utilised her skills in redefining and reconfiguring spaces, honed over years as a curator, to ‘decode’ Olley’s studio environment.

🎨 The Residents
The Residents exhibits the work of five recent resident artists: Clint Harvey, Tim Mosely, Maggie Stein, Deborah Wilkinson and Elizabeth Willing and displays work generated during their time spent at NERAM.

Armidale Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Keeping Place
96-104 Kentucky Street.

🎨 Country by Milton Budge
🎨 Inland Aboriginal Art Silk Scarves & Shawls by Tom Avery
🎨 Photographic exhibition entitled Indigenous People of the World Series


Exhibitions as of May 2019

Speak to the front desk for more current information.