Archived News From 2020

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RISE Fund grant success
22 Dec 2020

Wairewa Town Hall, East Gippsland
Bushfire Recovery Programs
21 Dec 2020

Image courtesy Bendigo Art Gallery
Public Gallery Recovery Program
21 Dec 2020

PGAV COVID Resource Cover
PGAV Guide to re-opening public galleries in Victoria
16 Dec 2020

COVER - PGAV Submission - Inquiry into Australia's creative and cultural industries and institutions
PGAV Submission: Inquiry into Australia's creative and cultural industries and institutions
17 Nov 2020

Image: Annemieke Ytsma from Underground Sundae preparing for the NGV Kids Summer Festival in January 2020. Photo by Tim Carrafa.
Have your say: Rebuilding our Creative State
10 Nov 2020

Cyrus TANG, 'The Modern World Encyclopaedia Vol 2' 2017 cremated book ashes, book cover and acrylic case
40.0 x 40.0 x 45.0 cm
Finalists and winners announced - McClelland National Small Sculpture Awards 2020.
3 Aug 2020

PGAV Annual Report 2019-cover
PGAV Annual Report 2019
28 Jul 2020

Manon van Kouswijk
Artist Manon van Kouswijk awarded the $300,000 Southern Way McClelland Commission 2021
14 Jul 2020

Australian Public Galleries Snapshot
23 Jun 2020

Artist Opportunities - McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery
2 Jun 2020

Snapshot of the Public Gallery Sector in Victoria 2019
Snapshot of the Public Gallery Sector in Victoria 2019
11 May 2020

Artist Opportunities - In the Time of COVID-19 (Nillumbik Shire Council)
4 May 2020

HG - Artistic Director - Joshua White
Hamilton Gallery appoints new Artistic Director
22 Apr 2020

Kay Parkin
Kay Parkin retires after 15 years at Central Goldfields Art Gallery
7 Apr 2020

Infrastructure Vic Cover
19 Mar 2020

Craftivism Hiromi Tango Amygdala (Fireworks) 2016
neon and mixed media
120 x 140 x 40 cm
Image courtesy the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney/Singapore © the artist
Installation view Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
Applications now open - 2020 NETS Victoria Exhibition Development Fund (EDF)
3 Mar 2020

Yalingwa Fellowship recipient Yhonnie Scarce at the announcement of the 2020 Yalingwa Fellowship at TarraWarra Museum of Art, 11 February 2020. Photo: Tiffany Garvie
Yhonnie Scarce awarded $60,000 Yalingwa Fellowship
11 Feb 2020

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