When was the Geelong Gallery built?

When was the Geelong Gallery built?

Geelong Gallery was established in 1896 and is one of Australia’s leading art galleries, with a magnificent collection of Australian and European painting, sculpture, printmaking and decorative arts dating from the 18th century to today.

What’s on at Geelong Gallery?

What’s on

  • Kerrie Poliness—Blue Wall Drawing #2. until 13 June 2022.
  • Barbara Campbell—ex avibus. until 19 June 2022.
  • Dianne Fogwell—Prescience. until 19 June 2022.
  • Sally Smart—P.A.R.A.D.E. until 3 July 2022.
  • Ponch Hawkes—500 Strong. until 3 July 2022.
  • The Personal is Political.
  • Permanent Collection.
  • Learn Space—Kid’s Costume Lab.

What type of gallery is Geelong Gallery?

regional art galleries
Established in 1896, Geelong Gallery is one of Australia’s leading and oldest regional art galleries. The Gallery’s significant collection of over 6,000 works includes Australian and international paintings, works on paper, sculpture and decorative arts.

How is the Geelong Gallery funded?

Geelong Gallery receives annual operational funding from the City of Greater Geelong which is allocated under the terms of a Triennial Funding Agreement.

Is Geelong Gallery free?

No, access to Geelong Gallery’s collection display is free. Between 6 November 2021 and 28 November 2021, entry to Archie 100 is ticketed and permanent collection display is limited, Can I exchange my tickets for another date if due to unforeseen circumstances I cannot make the original booking date?

Is there parking at Geelong Gallery?

Ticketed and time limited street parking is available nearby to Geelong Gallery. Disabled car parking can be found on Little Malop Street near the entrance of the Gallery. Additional car parking can be found in the Civic Centre car park located off Gheringhap Street. Street parking is free on weekends.