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Art Gallery of New South Wales

The Art Gallery of NSW is one of Australia’s flagship art museums and the state’s leading visual arts institution. Our mission is to serve the widest possible audience as a centre of excellence for the collection, preservation, documentation, interpretation and display of Australian and international art.

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Australian Museum

Founded in 1827, the Australian Museum (AM) is the nation’s first museum. With more than 21.9 million objects and specimens, the AM is a dynamic source of reliable scientific information and an important site of cultural exchange and learning.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) celebrates the work of living artists, bringing exceptional exhibitions of international and Australian art to as many people as possible – welcoming over a million visitors each year – in the belief that art is for everyone.

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Powerhouse Museum

The Powerhouse is a contemporary museum in the heart of Sydney with a focus on arts, science, innovation and design. It holds a diverse collection of over 500,000 objects with a program of exhibitions that run throughout the year.

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The State Library of NSW

The State Library of NSW is one of the world’s great libraries with a history dating back to 1826. With its historic spaces, renowned collections, free exhibitions, dynamic public events, Australiana bookshop and new rooftop bar, the Library is here for everyone to use and enjoy.

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Sydney Living Museums

Sydney Living Museums (SLM) cares for 12 sites of cultural and historic significance, and their gardens and collections. Through diverse and engaging public and learning programs, exhibitions, events and online offers, SLM brings the stories of these places to life.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ancestral homelands upon which our institutions are situated. We respect their Elders, past, present and future and recognise their continuous connection to Country.