USE is an exhibition of exquisitely crafted contemporary jewellery and small objects by seventeen artists.
The NERAM Galleries, Cafe, Shop and the Museum of Printing are currently closed to the public as we comply with Government restrictions to limit the transmission of COVID-19 and support the health and well-being of our community. The NERAM staff will be working behind the scenes to keep you connected with art and culture and to plan for our reopening once the situation has improved. Be well.
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Entry by donation
106 - 114 Kentucky Street
Armidale NSW 2350
Enter the hauntingly beautiful world of Oscar Wilde’s Nightingale, magically brought to life by acclaimed artist Del Kathryn Barton and renowned filmmaker Brendan Fletcher.
Developed for Tamworth Regional Gallery’s Centenary celebrations, this exhibition explores the view from the year 1919 in the art world in Australia.
Tamworth artist Michelle Hungerford expresses the transformative cruelty and blessings experienced within nature and the environment
The third exhibition in the series invites Walcha residents Angus and Caroline Nivison to present a selection of artworks from their personal collection and highlights their interest in sculptural and monochromatic works.
THE APRIL SESSION OF TODDLER ART PLAY HAS BEEN CANCELLED AS A PRECAUTIONARY HEALTH MEASURE IN COMBATING COVID-19. Bring your little ones to NERAM for our monthly sessions of sensory play where we will explore colour, shapes and texture.
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 >