The VCA Art Collection spans the entire history of the College and its predecessor, the National Gallery School of Art (first opened in 1867).
Comprising painting, sculpture, photography and works on paper, most works are by students, staff or alumni.
DAAO has a separate entry for The Margaret Lawrence Australian Ceramics Collection. It was bequeathed to the VCA Collection in 2004.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales began in the 1870s as an aspect of the Academy of Art. Later it became known as the National Art Gallery of NSW. This name persisted beyond Federation in 1901. It was given its present name in 1958.
It remains the principal collecting and exhibiting body in NSW and is governed by the Art Gallery of New South Wales Act of 1980.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia was founded in 1895. It is located in the Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge, with the Western Australian Museum and State Library of Western Australia.
Formerly MOMA, Wales
Previously the National Art Gallery of Malaysia
Works by renowned Australian artists, as well as staff and students associated with FedUni or its predecessor institutions.
The earliest works are associated with the Ballarat Technical Art School, then Ballarat Teachers’ College.
The Collection is displayed across FedUni campuses & provides a valuable educational & research experience, as well as a providing potential to mentor.
Previously 'Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum’