Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
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.