National Gallery of Australia, Canberra - Google Cultural Institute
The National Gallery of Australia opened to the public in October 1982. It is a Federal Government authority established under an act of the Australian parliament in 1975.
The vision of the Gallery is the cultural enrichment of all Australians through access to their national art gallery, the quality of the national collection, the exceptional displays, exhibitions and programs, and the professionalism of our staff.
Key priorities are the continued development of an outstanding national collection of works of art; maintenance and protection of the national collection; to provide engaging displays, exhibitions and public programs; to provide extensive access to and publication and promotion of the national collection and the visual arts.