Artist Talk: Karla Dickens

Orange Regional Gallery 149 Byng Street, ORANGE, New South Wales

Join Karla Dickens for an artist talk in her exhibition A Dickensian Sideshow. Working with found objects, Karla Dickens examines the complex history of Aboriginal boxing tents and rodeos, which...

Free

Orange Regional Gallery Reopening Celebration

Please join us on Friday 3 December at 6 for 6:30pm. Maud Page, Deputy Director and Director of Collections, Art Gallery of NSW will open our summer program: Aida Tomescu: Unfolding...

Free

Artist Talk: Aida Tomescu

Orange Regional Gallery 149 Byng Street, ORANGE, New South Wales

This survey presents recent large-scale paintings alongside key works from the last twenty-five years. For Tomescu, painting is a form of thinking. She attends fully to the image at hand,...

Free

Architect Talk: Sam Marshall

Orange Regional Gallery 149 Byng Street, ORANGE, New South Wales

Sam Marshall is the architect for Orange Regional Gallery’s new extension. He takes the approach of ‘designing from the inside out.’ Join Sam as he discusses his design for this...

Free

Artist Talk: Antariksa

Orange Regional Gallery 149 Byng Street, ORANGE, New South Wales

Join Antariksa for an artist talk in his exhibition Co-Prosperity #5 Orange-based Indonesian artist, historian and researcher Antariksa presents a new installation of Co-Prosperity, with earlier iterations shown at the...

Free

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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.

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.