Program

EXHIBITION
12 October – 30 September 2022

Entry Pavilion Commission

Quandamooka woman and artist Megan Cope is our inaugural Pavilion Commission artist. Cope will work in collaboration with the local Aboriginal community to create an installation celebrating language and Dreamtime stories.

EXHIBITION
12 October – 17 December 2021

High Jinks in the Hydrangeas

We're excited to present High Jinks in the Hydrangeas by Tamara Dean. This extensive series of new works traverses the seasons, catching the sheer beauty of nature while testing the body's limits. Dean is no stranger to untamed natural environments. She works at scale and often with multiple people, up to 20 at times, and on this occasion, she places herself at the centre of the work. 


1 November – 17 December 2021

Daily Guided Tours

Enjoy a guided tour through the gallery and grounds everyday at 11am. Engage with our exhibitions and get greater insights on the history of our beautiful site.

No bookings required, please meet in the Ngununggula Foyer.

PUBLIC PROGRAM
16 November – 14 December 2021

Golden Roosters | Tai Chi on the Lawn

Make Ngununggula your regular and join us for Tai Chi with instructor Stephen Atkinson. A gentle, moving meditation, our Tai Chi sessions use the calming vistas of the gallery’s rural location, allowing you to connect with your inner self and natural surroundings. It’s the perfect way to punctuate your week and be part of our creative community.

Tai Chi combines slow, soft and firm movements coordinated with the breath, that work the body and the mind, enhancing strength, balance and energy. It is about finding harmony across mind and body - to escape the anxieties of daily life for an hour - and to cultivate a bit of ‘you time’.

Sessions run every Tuesday, 9:30am - 10:30am

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PUBLIC PROGRAM
17 November – 15 December 2021

Wednesday Warriors | Yoga in the Gallery

Join us and re-energise your yoga practice by bringing it into the gallery, connecting creativity and wellbeing.

Led by Christobel Hughes, a passionate yoga teacher who brings mindfulness, breath awareness and flow to all her classes. While Yoga can embrace many styles, Christobel focuses on easy to follow flow sequences that are fun for all participants. She teaches at various locations around the Southern Highlands, and also runs retreats and workshops for children and adults.


Sessions run every Wednesday, 9am - 10am

You will need to bring your own matt

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PUBLIC PROGRAM
27 November – 28 November 2021

Masterclass | Tamara Dean

Join us for a weekend photography masterclass with program artist Tamara Dean. Spread over a weekend, you will work directly with the artist, learn about the principles of photography, and build your portfolio of work.

To participate in the class, you must have a Digital SLR camera, a tripod and intermediate photography skills.