Traversing abstraction, realism, landscapes, portraits and everything in between, this exhibition celebrates the richness and breadth within the NERAM Collection.Find out more »
Gardens, interiors and still life vignettes, inspired, collected, rearranged and dreamt up are depicted in paintings with vivid strokes of colour and pattern by Narrabri artist Brooke Dalton.Find out more »
This exhibition, curated from the NERAM Collection, focuses on the line in Christopher Hodges’ work.Find out more »
We are thrilled to reveal a significant donation to NERAM– Hydrangeas (1947) by esteemed Australian painter Grace Cossington Smith.Find out more »
Creativity is an integral part of being human and as such should be given the time and respect that other activities, such as exercise and healthy eating, are given.
This series of creative activities offers achievable skills learning in a variety of techniques that contribute to mental wellbeing.Find out more »
Participants are encouraged to express their creativity in an individual way as they try new possibilities in drawing and painting, printmaking and sculpture.Find out more »
The course is open to all skill levels and will allow for personal expression. You are free to develop your own works.
For those who are starting out, bring some materials from the list below, and some reference material, i.e. photos, images of artworks that inspire you, objects you like etc, and Kerry will help get you started.
Throughout the term you will be looking at the basic elements of art, principles of design, genres, techniques, and the importance of drawing.Find out more »
It will be a SUMMER filled term where the kids will explore all the wonderful things this season has to offer, under the sea, holidays, swimming as well as Christmas, the beach and palm trees.
Kids will engage with a variety of mediums including acrylic paint, pencil, clay, and mixed media. This program aims to provide a kaleidoscope of experiences to engage young people in bringing art and their ideas around the Summer season, from the mind to medium.Find out more »
Enrich your Wednesday mornings with this 50-minute energizing yoga experience at your local art museum.
Connect your body, mind, and spirit to a changing artistic surrounding, as self-reflection and art appreciation come together.
All levels of experience are welcome. Participants will be guided through various yoga techniques, postures, and breathing techniques with our qualified yoga instructor Julie Collins.
10 week program - now on Wednesday and Friday.Find out more »