Mid-Western Regional Arts and Cultural Centre

Council will match NSW Government grant funding for the development of the $4.6 million Mid-Western Regional Arts and Cultural Centre.

Council secured $2.298 million through the Regional Cultural Fund for the construction and fitout of the centre at 90 Market Street, Mudgee. The Centre is expected to include gallery spaces for permanent and visiting collections, the tourism office, regional gift shop, art store, sculpture garden, café, and artist in residence space. Council is currently working through the design concept phase of the project with construction due to commence in the second half of the year.

A Regional Gallery ranked in the top five most important projects to 52 per cent of residents surveyed in 2016/17.

Council will match NSW Government grant funding for the development of the $4.6 million Mid-Western Regional Arts and Cultural Centre.

Council secured $2.298 million through the Regional Cultural Fund for the construction and fitout of the centre at 90 Market Street, Mudgee. The Centre is expected to include gallery spaces for permanent and visiting collections, the tourism office, regional gift shop, art store, sculpture garden, café, and artist in residence space. Council is currently working through the design concept phase of the project with construction due to commence in the second half of the year.

A Regional Gallery ranked in the top five most important projects to 52 per cent of residents surveyed in 2016/17.

  • Gallery tender awarded to BKA Architecture

    2 months ago
    Architect team

    Council is pleased to announce that BKA Architecture was the successful tenderer for the detailed design of the Mid-Western Regional Arts and Cultural Centre.

    With offices in Sydney, Newcastle and Byron Bay, BKA Architecture is an established studio with a reputation for creating outstanding architecture. BKA has a team of around 25 design professionals with experience across all types and scales of architecture. BKA’s public architecture projects are inspirational; they are passionate about sustainable design and their works are tailored to the specific needs of the communities they are working within.

    BKA will be meeting with Council shortly to commence...

    Council is pleased to announce that BKA Architecture was the successful tenderer for the detailed design of the Mid-Western Regional Arts and Cultural Centre.

    With offices in Sydney, Newcastle and Byron Bay, BKA Architecture is an established studio with a reputation for creating outstanding architecture. BKA has a team of around 25 design professionals with experience across all types and scales of architecture. BKA’s public architecture projects are inspirational; they are passionate about sustainable design and their works are tailored to the specific needs of the communities they are working within.

    BKA will be meeting with Council shortly to commence the design process. If you have any questions about the project please post in the Q&A tab.

  • State Government gifts ownership of building

    6 months ago
    Cultural centre   web
    The former Cudgegong Shire Building will be the future location for a dedicated Art and Cultural Centre following a transfer of ownership from the NSW Government to Council.

    Council is currently preparing a submission to the Regional Cultural Fund to support a refurbishment of the building, and extension for a gallery space capable of hosting travelling exhibitions with workshop areas to accommodate professional development and education programs.

    A Regional Gallery ranked in the top five most important projects to 52 per cent of people surveyed during 2016/17 Community Engagement. Council will be seeking community feedback as part of the initial...

    The former Cudgegong Shire Building will be the future location for a dedicated Art and Cultural Centre following a transfer of ownership from the NSW Government to Council.

    Council is currently preparing a submission to the Regional Cultural Fund to support a refurbishment of the building, and extension for a gallery space capable of hosting travelling exhibitions with workshop areas to accommodate professional development and education programs.

    A Regional Gallery ranked in the top five most important projects to 52 per cent of people surveyed during 2016/17 Community Engagement. Council will be seeking community feedback as part of the initial design phase.