Newcastle Art Gallery Society
Since its foundation in 1969, the Art Gallery Society has played an integral part in Newcastle’s cultural life. Membership of the Society provides access to the city’s renowned collection of art and vibrant exhibition program. The Society hosts events to raise funds to support the Art Gallery in acquiring works of art for the collection. Membership is open to everyone and is an excellent way of enhancing your Art Gallery experience.
To review a current list of Gallery Society events, go to the Events Calendar page.
Become a Member
The Gallery Society offers a range of membership options from Individual annual membership for $45 through to Family Life membership. Gift membership is also an ideal way to introduce family and friends to the world of art.
To become a member, simply pick up a membership form at the Gallery Shop, or download a printable copy here.
- Invitations to exclusive previews, exhibitions and special events
- Subscription to ARTEMIS magazine an informative digest of exhibitions, acquisitions and people involved in the visual arts
- Regular emailed DIARY REMINDERS
- 10% discount at the Gallery Shop when membership card displayed
- Discounts on tours, lectures and special events
- Reciprocal rights with some state galleries
As the rains fell and the seas rose 2019 Acquisition
The Art Gallery Society gifted this significant work of art by Brian Robinson to the collection.
Image: Brian ROBINSON As the rains fell and the seas rose 2012 linocut 62.0 x 112.5cm Gift of the Newcastle Art Gallery Society 2019 Newcastle Art Gallery collection Courtesy the artist
Gallery Society Contact Details
Phone: 02 4974 5123
(voicemail service checked regularly. Please leave your name, number and the details of your inquiry and your call will be returned).
Mail: PO Box 1727
Newcastle NSW 2300
Gallery Society Committee
President: Prue Viggers OAM
Vice President: Helen De Bruyn
Secretary/Public Officer: Gael Davies OAM
Treasurer: Peter Blythe
Membership Secretary: Helen Dark
Committee: Marilyn Bayley Sainsbury, Lesley Crimmings, Ian Fry, Peter Hall, Robyn Miller
Ex Officio: Lauretta Morton (Director, Newcastle Art Gallery)
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Image: John FIRTH-SMITH Rocks, sea and thing 1981 oil on canvas 152.4 x 182.7cm Gift of the Newcastle Gallery Society 1982 Newcastle Art Gallery collection Courtesy the artist