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The Gallery will be temporarily closed from 1 March 2021 until Spring 2021. Read more about the Orange Regional Gallery Extension Project HERE


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the CORRIDOR project partnership

In 2022 Orange Regional Gallery (ORG) is curating a group show of site-specific work by artists selected from the CORRIDOR AIR + PD-LAB.

Running across 2020-2021 the CORRIDOR AIR + PD-LAB was a curated residency program of Arts and Science residencies that includes professional development, presentations and workshops. Artists, writers, and curators collaborated during the program, expanding upon the themes of the Galari, Anthropogenic Biomes, Geomorphology and Herbarium.

Orange Regional Gallery partnered with the CORRIDOR project; presenting seminars, and meeting with the artists throughout the residency program.

As part of the partnership, ORG is working with a selection of AIR + PD-LAB artists towards an exhibition in 2022. Artists Matt O’Brien, Stephan van der Merwe, Steven Cavanagh, Thomas Thorby-Lister and Heather Vallance have been selected for the group exhibition. The artists will work with Orange Regional Gallery curator Lucy Stranger to create new work, building upon key ideas that were formed during the residency at the CORRIDOR project.

The ongoing partnership between Orange Regional Gallery and the CORRIDOR project aims to support and strengthen the arts ecology of artists, art spaces and institutions in the Central West of New South Wales.

Images taken during the the CORRIDOR AIR + PD-LAB at the CORRIDOR project

Community Portrait Project with Gary Grealy

The Community Portrait Project is a photography project in which leading Australian photographer Gary Grealy will photograph eight key figures and leaders from the local Aboriginal community. The portraits will be shown in an exhibition at the Orange Regional Gallery, in 2021.

This project is a partnership between Orange Local Aboriginal Land Council and Orange Regional Gallery.

Image: Gary Grealy, Portrait of Allen Madden, Gadigal Elder, 2009.


Images: Ros Auld: Adventures in Ceramics, 2019
Bill Moseley: A Lake, a Forest and the Dark Voice of the Sea, 2019
Ildiko Kovacs, The DNA of Colour, 2019
Kevin Connor: The Forever One Day, 2018

Regenerate Toolkit


Are you a public Museum, Gallery or other cultural institution located in a fire-effected community?

Following on from the success of our Regenerate project Orange Regional Gallery and Orange Regional Museum have developed the Regenerate Toolkit—a practical guide for fire-effected communities interested in developing their own, site responsive version of Regenerate.

The Regenerate Toolkit is available for free to public Galleries, Museums and other cultural institutions. Contact our Engagement and Education Officer on 6393 8133 for more information.

Regenerate is a creative exploration by local primary school students of how Australia’s bushland responds to fire. Over 2,000 local primary school children have participated in the project to date, decorating thousands of cardboard leaves to represent the burning and regeneration of the bushland on Mount Canobolas following the fires in 2018.

Regenerate is a collaborative project developed by the SPARKE learning network, Orange Regional Gallery and Orange Regional Museum.

This project is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

Regenerate Resources

Regenerate Activity Pack 1Plants [.pdf]
Regenerate Activity Pack 2Animals [.pdf]
Regenerate Wall Hanging Template 1Burnt [.pdf]
Regenerate Wall Hanging Template 2Regenerate [.pdf]
Regenerate Wall Hanging Template 3New, Gumnuts and Blossom [.pdf]
Images: Regenerate installed at Orange Regional Museum.
Students from Nashdale Public School work on their leaves.
Detail of sprouting leaves installed at Orange Regional Museum.

Arts &

A ground-breaking partnership between Orange Health Service and Orange City Council provides an extensive range of original artworks available within a health setting. Launched in 2011 Orange Regional Gallery exhibits works from its permanent Collection throughout the Orange Health Service. Recently the Orange Regional Museum has joined the partnership, which will now bring an extensive range of original artworks and historical items to over 200,000 people per year. Exploring the collection provides a change in focus for visitors and staff.

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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
The Gallery is temporarily closed for building works.

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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.