The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) is a living museum of national significance enjoyed by more than 35,000 visitors annually. NERAM is located in Armidale, New South Wales and makes a sustainable contribution to the cultural, social and economic fabric of the city and region.
NERAM opened in 1983 in a purpose built art gallery with the renowned Howard Hinton Collection of over 1,375 donated artworks.
The Art Museum has since expanded and now boasts six gallery spaces, a Museum of Printing, conference facilities, a café and museum shop, as well as art collections valued in excess of $41m.
Entry is free