Printmaking, ceramics, paintings, glass and jewellery await you at Beaver Galleries. With three spacious galleries plus a dedicated print room, courtyard full of sculptures and licensed café, Canberra’s largest and longest-established privately owned commercial gallery is overflowing with creativity.
Established by an artist as a space for experiencing, making and processing art, the Grainger Gallery has revolving exhibitions and studio workshops throughout the year. Nestled in the popular Dairy Road Precinct, you can also enjoy an afternoon at the nearby brewery, bouldering gym or indoor ski centre.
Heritage treasures from Norman Lindsay sit alongside exquisite Indigenous artworks that celebrate the land at this inspiring gallery. Located in Gold Creek Village, after your visit explore the local area. Stop for a hearty meal at the inn or walk-through miniature world models at Cockington Green Gardens.
Nancy Sever Gallery
Representing a select group of leading contemporary artists, the art ensconcing the walls of the Nancy Sever Gallery is constantly changing and evolving. Pop into the gallery during a stroll through the city’s shopping precinct.
Scott Leggo Gallery
A much-loved local photographer, Scott Leggo’s gallery is a tribute to all the beautiful views and scenes that abound Canberra. With prints available for purchase, this Kingston gallery is a short walk from some of the capital’s best cafes and boutiques.
Gallery of Small Things
Less than six square metres in size, this art space is aptly named for the mini masterpieces that fit snugly inside the tiny walk-in gallery. Nestled next to an artists’ studio, this thoughtfully curated exhibition space is thought to be the smallest gallery in Australia.
Belconnen Arts Centre
Belco Arts, as the locals call it, is a place to undertake creative journeys, share stories celebrate talented Canberrans. Showcasing local creatives that specialise in everything from dancing through to painting, this centre champions many emerging artists.
Tuggeranong Arts Centre
Exploring issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion, this arts centre continues to shape Canberra’s cultural identity. Hosting many thought-provoking exhibitions and events, Tuggeranong Arts Centre showcasing local artists young and old.
Bungendore Wood Works Gallery
A cornucopia of hand-carved furniture, a visit to this regional gallery will make you want to master the fine art of woodwork. The gallery itself is a love story to craftsmanship with a Jarrah staircase, Ash frames and Flooded Gum wall panelling.