A vibrant cultural hub in Taree, promoting art and community engagement.
The Manning Regional Art Gallery is a vibrant cultural hub, promoting art and community engagement in the Manning Valley and throughout the Barrington Coast region for over 30 years.
The gallery presents a diverse and outstanding exhibition program throughout the year showcasing, emerging and established artists, group and solo shows and high profile touring shows
Guudji yiigu, yii Biripi barray, yii Gathang-guba barray
These are the words of the Biripi people from the Gathang speaking nation, the language spoken throughout the lower mid north coast by the Worimi, Biripi and Gurrigay people.
The Manning Regional Art Gallery acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land we live, work and gather on, the Biripi people, and we pay our respects to elders past, present and future.
What did others have to say?
3 months ago
Important cultural site for the area. Vibrant stories told through exhibitions from local and national practitioners. Love meeting strangers here, as its a conversation provoker.
8 months ago
My daughter and I visited the gallery while on a road trip with my family. It was terribly wet weather so we thought we would stretch our legs and checkout the gallery. We couldn’t be happier! The exhibits were wonderfully varied. Local artist Pixie O’Harris’s works were on display which were enchanting and quickly transported me back to my childhood. The gallery had plenty to keep my one year old more than happy to tag along and the staff were all so friendly and welcoming. No admission fee either. Couldn’t recommend this place more.
7 months ago
A beautiful exhibit asboart of the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize
8 months ago
Amazing regional gallery. Well managed and innovative exhibitions.
11 months ago
Very helpful people, activitys on site, good art to see. Well put together