Education

We offer a range of creative education programs linked to our exhibitions and collections.

From tailored school visits and holiday workshops for children to talks, tours, special events and art-making workshops for adults—the Gallery is a place for learning, at any age.

Image: Children from Nashdale Public School working on the Regenerate project.
Photograph by Nashdale Public School.
Schools Programs

We seek to inspire students and teachers through meaningful, direct experiences with original works of art.

We offer a space where curiosity and critical thinking skills are nurtured through conversation, active participation and play.

We offer free early learning, primary, secondary and tertiary programs. For more information and to book a visit please contact our Public Engagement and Education Officer on 6393 8133 or gallery@orange.nsw.gov.au

Image: Students from Spring Hill Public School enjoying a visit to the Archibald Prize 2018 during its tour to Orange Regional Gallery. Artwork: Del Kathryn Barton, Self-portrait with studio wife, 2018, acrylic on linen, 203 x 183 cm. The Archibald Prize 2018 was an Art Gallery of New South Wales touring exhibition.
Workshops

We regularly run artist-led workshops for adults interested in developing new skills, exploring materials or simply relaxing and enjoying the company of like-minded people. Click below to see what's on.

Image: A participant in Tim Allen’s artist-led workshop, Landscape: fast and loose, 2019
What's On

Plan your visit

Venue Information

Orange Regional Gallery is a centre for art in the Central West of New South Wales, Australia.

Please read our COVID-19 conditions of entry

Opening Hours
Open daily from 10am – 4pm.
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday.

Facilities
Toilets
Street and off street parking
Groundstone Cafe



Accessibility

  • Ample off street parking
  • Automatic doors
  • Accessible toilets

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Acknowledgement: Orange City Council is situated within the traditional lands of the Wiradjuri Nation. We acknowledge the traditional custodianship of these lands, and pay our respect to the Wiradjuri people for their care and stewardship of these lands for more than 40,000 years and to the Elders of the Wiradjuri Nation past, present and future.