Until Sun 3 May
This recent series of paintings were made in response to the wild terrain of South Australia’s beautiful Kangaroo Island.
Until Sun 17 May
Artist Mai Nguyen-Long explores place, memory and beyond as she questions constructs of identity and the irreconcilable tension across layered and fractured realities.
A significant collection of Australian impressionist and early twentieth century artworks.
Opens Sat 7 March
This exhibition features the diverse talents of our region’s young, aspiring and emerging artists and offers them the opportunity to exhibit their work in a public art gallery.
Opens Sat 11 April
The Artists of Mosman exhibition brings together the best of contemporary art practices by local resident artists in Mosman and the Friends of the Mosman Art Gallery.
Opens Sat 9 May
In this series of portraits, professional photographer Gary Grealy captures some of the most unique characters of Australia’s art world.
Opens Sat 9 May
This exhibition features thirty artists from Thailand and Australia, selected to showcase the diversity of print as a contemporary art discipline.
Opens Sat 30 May
This collaborative new media and installation work by artists Biljana Jancic and Alex Munt questions our contemporary interactions with the physical, metaphorical, virtual and omnipresent cloudscapes.
|Location||Corner Art Gallery Way and Myahgah Road, Mosman 2088 Australia (map)|
|Opening hours|| 10am – 5pm, 7 days a week (closed on public holidays)
We will also be open on the Public Holiday on Monday 6th October
|Contact||phone (02) 9978 4178 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
Winner of the 2014 IMAGINE Award for Outstanding Contribution by a Staff Member (Volunteer)|
Highly Commended in 2013 IMAGINE Awards for Collection Management
Highly commended in 2013 Museums and Galleries National Award for Exhibition
Winner of 2013 Museums Australia Publications and Design Award
Highly Commended in 2012 IMAGINE Awards for Exhibitions and Public Programs
Winner of 2012 NSW Local Government Art and Cultural Award for Festivals and Events
Winner of 2011 Local Government Cultural Award for Aboriginal Cultural Development
Winner of 2011 Museums and Galleries National Award for Exhibition