National Gallery reveals 2023 Touring Program

NGA-Daniel-Boyd-Treasure-Island-2005From Alice Springs to Auckland, the National Gallery’s Touring Program will take the national collection to regional, suburban and overseas venues this year.

The Gallery’s touring program is set to expand further over the coming years with the July launch of the sharing the national collection initiative.

Funded under the Australian Government’s new National Cultural Policy Revive – this will see more highlights from the collection on long-term loan to galleries across Australia.

The breadth and diversity of First Nations art will be seen in the regions and abroad with Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia continuing its international tour to Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, New Zealand this July.

Locally, the 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial: Ceremony will continue its tour of the country through Victoria, Northern Territory and South Australia.

The Gallery continues driving a national dialogue on gender equity within the visual arts through the national tour of Know My Name: Australian Women Artists and dedicated exhibitions Spowers & Syme.

The Balnaves Contemporary Series exhibitions: Skywhales: Every heart singsJess Johnson and Simon Ward: Terminus and Judy Watson & Helen Johnson: the red thread of history, loose ends.

For more information about the National Gallery’s 2023 touring program, visit: for details.

Image: Daniel Boyd, Kudjla / Gangalu / Kuku Yalanji / Jagara / Wangerriburra / Bandjalung peoples, Treasure Island, 2005, National Gallery of Australia, Kamberri / Canberra, purchased 2006 © Courtesy the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney