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Beth Thornber – It’s Flamin Hot Darl

Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) presents ‘It’s flamin hot darl’, large-scale commission painting by Wiradjuri artist Beth Thornber. For Thornber, the banks of the Milawa are a formative place of key memories like fishing for Yellow Belly in the belting heat to the soundtrack of Cicada song. It’s flamin’ hot darl is her mum’s warning […]

Unleash Your Inner Racer!

Are you ready to embark on an exhilarating adventure and experience the thrill of a lifetime behind the wheel of a real race car? Join Anglo Racing Academy for an unforgettable weekend at Wodonga TAFE Driver Training Facility. Get ready to fuel your need for speed, create lasting memories, and satisfy your inner Racer. Anglo […]

No Easy Answers

Murray Art Museum Albury presents No Easy Answers, a major new original exhibition. Bringing together six artists from across Australia and the United States, No Easy Answers explores art as a way of thinking. It makes the case for art as a necessary strategy in confronting contemporary challenges that have no easy answers. Responding to […]

BOUND

Murray Art Museum Albury presents BOUND, a major new original exhibition for the Summer season. BOUND is a presentation of contemporary thread and textile practices from local and international artists. The artists and collaborators featured in BOUND represent a diverse range of practices, explore new ways of working, and bring different cultural perspectives. Featuring work […]

Exhibition: What Remains

Murray Art Museum Albury presents ‘What Remains’ , a selection of works from the Murray Art Museum Albury permanent collection. What Remains draws together the works of fourteen artists within the Murray Art Museum Albury Collection and includes six works recently acquired by the Museum. Central to the exhibition is a series of abstract sculptures […]

Julianne Piko: Familiar Strange

Murray Art Museum Albury presents ‘Familiar Strange’, a new exhibition by North East Victorian artist Julianne Piko. ‘Familiar Strange’ explores the interconnectedness of all things in a more-than-human world through material, matter and minerals. Contemplating the Anthropocene, Julianne creates sculptural pieces at the intersection of art and science. One of six exhibitions currently on show […]

Exhibition: Gut Feeling

Murray Art Museum Albury presents ‘Gut Feeling’ , a selection of works from the Murray Art Museum Albury permanent collection. The works offer a bodily experience of contemporary art and are connected through a network of visual or formal associations. In this way, the selection of works speaks to the way that collections are often […]

Exhibition: on the bank…on the brink

Murray Art Museum Albury presents ‘on the bank…on the brink’, an exhibition of significant drawings by nineteenth-century, Aboriginal artist Tommy McRae and new works by First Nations artists Mia Boe and Phil Murray. Through simple yet expressive line, Tommy McRae’s drawings document a time when traditional Aboriginal life was first intersected by colonial invasion in […]

Kirrily Anderson: And tomorrow the beauty returns

Murray Art Museum Albury presents a new solo exhibition by Chiltern-based artist Kirrily Anderson. ‘And tomorrow the beauty returns’, a reflection on the recovery of individuals and the environment after the 2019/20 Black Summer bushfires. A selection of new works on paper by the North East Victorian artist chart both the severe impact of the […]

on the bank…on the brink

Murray Art Museum Albury presents ‘on the bank…on the brink’, an exhibition of significant drawings by nineteenth-century, Aboriginal artist Tommy McRae and new works by First Nations artists Mia Boe and Phil Murray. Through simple yet expressive line, Tommy McRae’s drawings document a time when traditional Aboriginal life was first intersected by colonial invasion in […]

SIMMER

Murray Art Museum Albury presents Simmer, a major new original exhibition for the Summer season. Simmer is a collaborative project between artists, local cooks, chefs and family members, centred on the experiences of preparing and sharing food. The exhibition considers how food can bring us together, break down barriers and open us up to new […]

Murray Art Museum Albury – Art Camps

Murray Art Museum Albury is hosting single-day Art Camps during the school holidays in its creative Studio. Each day offers unique art-making activities inspired by current exhibitions. The program is tailored and adapted by experienced educators to cater to a range of ages, learning styles, and individual interests. Children will experiment with a variety of […]

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