As part of our COVID-safe measures, all visitors (patrons, artists, students, contractors, staff, volunteers and other personnel) must register their attendance on site using the QR Codes located near the entry points. Staff are available for assistance, and a manual option is available for those unable to register online.

According to the latest update from NSW Health, all staff and visitors (12 years and older) must wear masks inside the Gallery – effective from 5pm on 6 May to 12.01am on 17 May.

We assure you that social distancing rules and measures remain paramount in the Gallery, with new stringent cleaning guidelines in place.

Please note that all cars parked onsite must exit by 3.30pm daily before our gates are locked at 3.45pm, unless there is a special event at the Gallery when we might have different opening hours.

 

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What's On

Current Exhibition and Public Programs

Bird Petyarre & Middlebrook
Bird Petyarre & Middlebrook
Observational Drawing with David Middlebrook

Taking art to you:

Explore some of our exhibitions through our digital catalogues, or find new ways to immerse yourself in art with our digital learning resources…

Dream Realised: our community victory Exhibition Catalogue

Dream Realised: our community victory Exhibition Catalogue

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Emu Island: Modernism in Place Exhibition Catalogue

Emu Island: Modernism in Place Exhibition Catalogue

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Gifting Exhibition Catalogue

Gifting Exhibition Catalogue

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Online Learning Resources

Online Learning Resources

Creative learning at home

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Outside the Stadium

A public art project by PP&VA with photographer Lyndal Irons Learn more

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Arts Anywhere Anytime

From a digital creative Penrith Click here for creativity

Friends of Penrith Regional Gallery

The Friends of Penrith Regional Gallery is a social volunteer group, vitally interested in the Gallery and its progress; everyone is welcome to become a member of the Friends of the Gallery.

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Venue HIre

The Gallery is a unique and idyllic venue. Nestled on the banks of the Nepean River, the Gallery is set in spectacular heritage gardens designed by celebrated artists Gerald and Margo Lewers.

It’s perfect for weddings, parties and celebrations; and also has studio spaces suitable for functions, workshops and meetings. Cafe at Lewers can provide fabulous catering.

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Gallery Tours

The Gallery Team has access to a wealth of fascinating stories about art, culture and history, and the intriguing people such as artists, writers and architects who’ve left their traces at Penrith Regional Gallery.

To enhance your visit, why not book a guided tour of the site and its history or the current exhibitions, perhaps even a VIP after hours exhibition tour. Alternately you may like a free 7-minute welcome and introduction to the site and then enjoy your visit at your own pace.

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Join us for a live performance of compositions by Blue Mountains musician, @monicamonicaman on Saturday 8 May 3pm. As part of From The Collection X In Concert, Brooks has selected a series of artworks which will form the backdrop for this special performance.  Brooks' interests are occupied by landscapes and conservation; maps, and the idea of “Hjemfalden”, or, as can be brashly reconcieved as belonging, landscapes, and loss/love. Brooks has been involved with projects such as Great Waitress (Magda Mayas/Laura Altman), West Head Project (Jim Denley/Dale Gorfinkel), and composed for choirs in Sydney, and scored for short film.  FREE with ticket registration via link in bio!  Photo by Tristan Still  #prgtlb #penrithregionalgallery #penrith #emuplains #gallery #artgallery #art #arts #fromthecollection #inconcert #music #performance #live #autumn #exhibition #artexhibition #westernsydney #sydney #australia #australian #artist #artists #landscape #bluemountains #local #supportlocal #monicabrooks
From The Collection X In Concert exhibition in Ancher House at the Gallery opens tomorrow 17 April and runs through 28 June! Do drop by for a visit. 🤗  The exhibition features musicians with a connection to Western Sydney who were invited to select and present artworks that act as inspiration, or as a springboard, for a live musical performance. In Concert explores the cultural terrain of Western Sydney through music and sound, creating moments of contemplation and reflection between visual and aural forms.