From our team here at NGV, we would like to express our very best wishes to our community at this time. We are currently closed to the public and will reopen on Saturday, 27 June, 2020.
In line with Victorian Chief Health Officer’s guidance, the NGV will implement a variety of public health and physical distancing measures including free timed ticketing, appropriate queue management and increased deep cleaning of facilities, as well as increased hand sanitiser stations.
We encourage you to continue to visit our website and follow #NGVEveryDay on social media for updates on our reopening and daily inspiration.
We are very grateful for the loyalty of the NGV community and look forward to welcoming you back soon.
Hear from Australian artists and designers to gain insight into their life and practice whilst in isolation.
Watch artists and designers, who have been exhibited at the Gallery or are in the NGV Collection, in-conversation with NGV curators discussing the process of making new work, perspectives on creating and current influences and ideas.
Melbourne-based sculpture and installation artist Isadora Vaughan virtually welcomes NGV Curator of Contemporary Art, Pip Wallis into her studio to discuss what she’s currently working on and how her practice is changing.
Melbourne Pop artist and musician Jon Campbell will introduce works from his text-based practice influenced by Australia’s laidback culture and his upbringing in Melbourne’s Western suburbs.
Sydney-based artist Agatha Gothe-Snape virtually invites NGV Curator of Contemporary Art, Pip Wallis into her home to discuss her art practice which includes sculpture, performance, sound and installation, and the new ways of working she’s adopting while in lockdown.
Contemporary artist, master glass blower and Kokatha and Nukunu woman Yhonnie Scarce talks with Myles Russell-Cook, Curator of Indigenous Art, NGV about her practice investigating the effects of colonisation on Indigenous people.