Located on Wiradjuri Country in the Central West of NSW, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is a highly celebrated regional public gallery. A cultural facility of the Bathurst Regional Council, BRAG presents a dynamic program comprising contemporary art exhibitions, public and education programs, artist commissions, public art, and the celebrated Hill End Artists in Residence Program.
A combination of beautiful natural landscapes and the dynamic history of villages such as Hill End, Sofala, Carcoar, and Millthorpe have created a unique attraction for visual artists in the Bathurst region since 1815. BRAG has forged strong links with surrounding townships and within the local community to create a vibrant space showcasing the full spectrum of artistic endeavour. Built in 1989, it was the first purpose built regional gallery in NSW and provides professional development opportunities for local and regional artists.
Image: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Forecourt. Photo: David Roma Photography.