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Our exhibition program offers you the opportunity to experience visual arts, crafts and social history of local and national significance. Exhibitions reflect Parramatta’s diverse community and colonial history, or express the creativity of local, regional and national artists.
Located across two levels within the Centre are the permanent exhibition Parramatta, People & Place; all you need to know about the heritage of our area, and a changing temporary program of community, partnership, in-house and touring exhibitions. Floor talks and public programs complement the displays. With up to six exhibitions each year there is plenty to see each time you visit.
With two gallery spaces and 84.76 running metres of wall space for temporary exhibitions, proposals are welcomed from community groups and local artists. You will need to submit an application.
Cultural Assets Collection
Parramatta City Council has a Cultural Assets Collection which includes moveable culture items including social history, art, and archaeology.
There is an extensive archaeology collection of Parramatta with objects from over 20 sites, a small number of social history objects and an art collection including Blamire Young, Tom Thomson, Jean Isherwood, Julian Ashton, Danny Eastwood and Reinis Zusters.
These items, and information about them, from the Cultural Assets Collection can be accessed through the Curator.
Contact the Curator:
Tel: 02 8839 3324
Web: museum and art collections
Address: 346A Church Street, Parramatta
Last updated on 27 May 2015