- Gregory Carosi, From there to here, Links Gallery, Installation view, 2016
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery operates two community gallery spaces, the Links Gallery and the E3 art space, reserved for artists, curators and cultural organisations from the Riverina, or applicants demonstrating strong connections to the region. Both spaces are open to solo or group shows, by artists or community and educational institutions.
For both spaces, a nominal hire fee is charged by the Gallery. A refundable deposit is also charged.
Applications for the 2019-2020 Community Gallery exhibition schedule are now closed. The assessment panel consists of our Art Gallery Director, Gallery Curator, Exhibitions and Collections and two independent arts practitioners. We had a highly competitive field of applications this year, both in strength and volume, and we anticipate that all applicants will be notified of the outcome by mid-December 2018.
If you missed out on applying this year and would like to know when the applications are open next year please email Elaine Sullivan, Gallery Officer, Exhibitions and Programs: firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our mailing list.
- Archibald Prize 2016 opening
Proposals are welcome 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:
- textiles and fibre work
- Indigenous art
- new media and installation