Archibald Prize 2022

An Art Gallery of NSW touring exhibition

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Archibald Prize 2022 Regional Tour // Grafton Regional Gallery Tickets

Ticket prices for timed visits are as follow plus eventbrite booking fee:
$12 – General Admission Adults
$8 – Child 5-17 years
Free – Child under 5 years
$7 – Friends of Grafton Gallery Members or AGNSW Members
$30 – Family (2 adults + 3 children under 18 years)
$8 – Concession Card Holders (Pension, Health Care, Fulltime Student aged 18+)
Companion cards accepted

BOOK YOUR TICKET/S HERE or purchase from the Gallery Store on arrival

Daily Timed Entry:
10:00 am, 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm.  Your timed ticket allows entry to the Archibald Prize 2022 from the hour specified, across the remainder of the day. 
NB: Tickets are valid for date of purchase only.

Join us after work for extended hours over Summer:
4:00 - 7:00 pm on Friday 6, 13 and 20 January 2023

Image Credits
Slider image:
Archibald Prize 2022 finalist, Kim Leutwyler Courtney and Shane, oil on canvas, 102 x 76.3 cm © the artist, image © AGNSW, Mim Stirling
Sitter: Courtney Act and Shane Jenek
Homepage squareArchibald Prize 2022 finalist, Claus Stangl Taika Waititi, acrylic on canvas, 245 x 195.1 cm © the artist, image © AGNSW, Felicity Jenkins
Sitter: Taika Waititi

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