Manly Art Gallery & Museum
The vibrant and creative cultural hub of the Northern Beaches, Manly Art Gallery and Museum was the first metropolitan-based regional gallery in New South Wales, opening in 1930.
Exhibitions & Public Programs
Manly Art Gallery & Museum is a hub of cultural activity and presents a creative program of changing visual arts and museum exhibitions. Temporary exhibitions include touring exhibitions, artist surveys and national group focus exhibitions.
MAG&M presents an exciting program of workshops, artist talks, performances, kids' art workshops and other special events. The gallery also hosts a fortnightly Life Drawing Studio, supported by the MAG&M Society. Visit our Creative Learning and Talks and Events pages for more information about upcoming programs.
MAG&M Exhibition Program July - December 2015 (1.77 MB)
Manly Arts Festival
The Gallery also coordinates the Manly Arts Festival each September, which highlights the diversity of arts practice in the Manly region, from music to performance and the visual arts. For the latest information, visit the official site www.manlyartsfestival.com
MAG&M's collection comprises mostly of contemporary and early Australian paintings and works on paper. The collection was created through the generosity of artists and donors including Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo, Margaret Preston, Thea Proctor, Will Ashton and Lloyd Rees. The extensive collection now contains over 1,000 watercolours, prints, etchings, drawings and paintings, as well as the largest collection of Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo paintings held by any Australian institution.
Please note that the MAG&M Collection is not on permanant display. To view a work from our collection, please contact us on email@example.com
Manly Art Gallery & Museum Society
The Manly Art Gallery & Museum Society plays an important role in the Gallery's ongoing operation by creating fundraising oportunities and social events. Read more about the Manly Art Gallery And Museum Society here.
Youth Art Awards
The Gallery presents two annual youth art awards. They are awarded to two students whose HSC final year high school artworks are hung in the Express Yourself exhibition each March. These awards present a unqiue opportunity for young artists living in the Northern Beaches region.
MAG&M Design Shop
The Manly Art Gallery and Museum has a gift shop selling souvenirs from the Gallery as well as a unique collection of cards an other items made by local artists. For more information about our current stock, visit our MAG&M Design Shop page.
Front Desk: 02 9976 1421
Gallery Information Line: 02 9976 1420
Gallery Director - Michael Hedger
02 9976 1416
Senior Curator - Katherine Roberts (Monday - Thursday)
02 9976 1418
Curator & Public Programs Coordinator - Ross Heathcote (Tuesday - Friday)
02 9976 1417
Weekend Coordinator - Rachel Carroll (Saturday - Sunday)
02 9976 1421
Street address: West Esplanade, Manly NSW 2095
Mailing address: PO Box 83, Manly NSW 1655