BRAG’s exhibition program includes surveys of local artists such as Mandurrama based Mandy Martin and Hill End based Luke Sciberras, touring exhibitions such as the AGNSW’s Brett Whiteley: West of the Divide and the Jam Factory’s Glass and cutting edge self-generated exhibitions such as Wiradjuri artist Jonathan Jones’ guwiinyguliya yirgabiyi ngay yuwin.gu gulbalangidyal ngunhi ( they made a solitude and called it peace) in 2015 and Beyond Belief: the Sublime and contemporary art and the Unflinching Gaze: photo media and the male figure in 2017.
Its permanent collection of over 2,000 works valued in excess of $11million is often displayed in exhibitions such as BRAG’s ground breaking 2015 Bicentennial exhibition 200 x 200. BRAG also undertakes innovative education and public programs such as Generation Art involving Year 10 Students and Street Dreams a video project involving young people.
BRAG also develops and tours exhibitions such as Mays: the May Lane Street Art Project and operates the highly celebrated Hill End Artists in Residence Program.
Entry to BRAG is free.