Armidale-based artist Elouise Roberts’ incredibly detailed paintings capture the quiet peace and beauty found in the landscape.
Tuesday – Sunday
10.00am – 4.00pm
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Tuesday – Sunday
8.00am – 3.00pm
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NERAM is a registered venue for the $25 Discover NSW Vouchers! If you wish to use your $25 NSW Discover Voucher for any of our events, workshops or classes, please come in to NERAM to book and redeem*.
*Voucher excludes purchases at the NERAM Shop. Vouchers are valid until 30 June 2022.
106 - 114 Kentucky Street
Armidale NSW 2350
Debuting new work by three leading artists in the New England Region who immersed themselves in the breathtaking environment of the gorges that surround them
Juncture spotlight’s Aboriginal art in the New England Regional Art Museum’s collections.
Locus is a group exhibition featuring the work of four different printmaking collectives located in New South Wales who were invited to create one work based on the theme of place.
Joan Ross’ digital animations explore aspects of colonisation from the perspective of Aboriginal Australia.
We are excited to bring you Summer Art Camp 2022, a fantastic fun-filled 3-day event. Children will engage with NERAM’s current exhibitions, visit the Aboriginal Cultural Keeping Place, and partake in artmaking and performance activities with local Anaiwan educators as well as experiment with printmaking and collage methods with local artists. With at least two art making activities each day, whether your child comes along for 1 day or 3 they will learn a variety of techniques, experiment with different styles and mediums, and cultivate their own artistic voice.
The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which the gallery stands, including the Anaiwan, Dunghutti, Gumbagirr, and Kamilaroi people.
NERAM is one of the leading cultural and arts tourism destinations in regional Australia, and home to one of the Nation’s most significant art collections outside the capital cities.Read More >