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Private support

Private support | Donations or bequests | The Foundation | Bequest Circle | AFNGA | Corporate partnerships

 

As an individual, group or organisation everyone can provide a lasting contribution to the national collection.
Your contribution can take place in a number of ways:

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (Japan 1839-1892) Picture of the country of New (Holland) South Wales (Shin Oranda Minami Waruresukoku no zu) 1866
woodblock print 36 x 72 cm

Andrew and Hiroko Gwinnett Fund, 2012

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Paul Pfeiffer Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse #15 2004. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Gift of Annabel Myer and Rupert Myer AM, donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program. 100 Works for 100 Years

 

Donation and bequests

The Gallery has acquired many significant works of art with funds provided through donations. Donations can be made either to the National Gallery of Australia or through the National Gallery of Australia Foundation.

Become a member

Being a member of the National Gallery allows you to enjoy exclusive exhibition viewings, participate in members-only programs and workshops, be stimulated by engaging events, meet like minded people

Become a volunteer guide

Voluntary guides have always been an integral part of the Gallery's services since 1981, the year before the Gallery opened.

Amongst other benefits becoming a guide offers free NGA Membership, a 15% discount at the Gallery shop and restaurants Free access to exhibitions.