Araluen Arts Centre,  Alice Springs 

Araluen Arts Centre is the focal point of Alice Springs’ performing and visual arts scene, incorporating galleries and a theatre. The Araluen Arts Centre operates as the visual art and performance hub of Central Australia, presenting an annual program of exhibitions, performances, and film. Known as the keeping place of stories, Araluen holds within its spaces some of the most significant works of art in Central Australia and brings to the stage world class performances from around the nation (and at times the world). 

The Centre was officially opened in 1984 in response to the Alice Springs Community's lack of a central hub for artistic achievement and experimentation. Born out of the need for the Central Australian Art Society and Alice Springs Art Foundation to house and exhibit their respective annual national acquisitive art prizes, the Centre began with two art galleries, a 500-seat proscenium arch theatre, and a multipurpose artspace named Witchetty’s. In 2000 it evolved into its current form adding a further two art galleries - including the signature Albert Namatjira Gallery.

Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat 

The focus of the Art Gallery of Ballarat’s collection is to present the history of Australian Art through paintings and works on paper with selections of sculpture and decorative arts. This is in conjunction with looking closely at the work of regional artists and works depicting the growth of Ballarat. 

Recent purchases and donations have expanded the holdings of the gallery’s modern Australian sculpture and opened up a new outlook of collecting - the art of the Indigenous Australians of Australia's Top End. 

The Art Gallery of Ballarat remains at the heart of Ballarat's cultural life and offers residents and visitors a vigorous and exciting program of exhibitions, as well as providing an opportunity to walk through the entire span of Australia's art history.

Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), SYDNEY

Established in 1871, the Art Gallery of New South Wales presents a collection of fine international and Australian art. Modern and contemporary works are displayed in expansive, light-filled spaces, offering views of Sydney and the harbour, while their Grand Courts are home to a distinguished collection of colonial and 19th-century Australian works and European old masters.  

The Yiribana Gallery presents a selection of works from the AGNSW Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art collection, representing artists from communities across Australia. The Yiribana Gallery celebrates Indigenous Australia’s enduring cultural heritage and its myriad contemporary expressions.

Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA), ADELAIDE

AGSA has a regular selection of Indigenous art on display. 

The mission of the AGSA is to serve the South Australian and wider communities by providing access to original works of art of the highest quality. The Gallery seeks to foster, promote and enhance understanding and enjoyment of the visual arts in general through its permanent collections, temporary exhibitions and other public programs.

Art Gallery and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), DARWIN

The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) is the Northern Territory’s premier cultural organisation. The facility is situated on Larrakia Land at 
Bullocky Point  in Darwin, home to internationally renowned cultural and scientific collections, research and exhibition programs. 

MAGNT hosts the prestigious annual Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (Telstra NATSIAA) exhibition.

Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA), PERTH

Situated in the heart of Perth’s Cultural Centre, the Gallery houses the State Art Collection with works by renowned local and international artists from the 1800s to today. Immerse yourself in the 
Balancing Act gallery space displaying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. Take a free guided tour or find something unique in the AGWA Design Store  to take home.

The Gallery was founded in 1895 and occupies a precinct of three heritage buildings on the south-eastern corner of the Perth Cultural Centre including the former Perth Police Courts. The main Gallery opened in 1979 and is a unique modernist building inspired by the pavilions and courtyards of the Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. In 2019, the Gallery celebrated its 40th anniversary and in 2020 the Gallery celebrated 125 years.

AGWA currently houses a collection of over 17,000 art works in all media including painting, sculpture, design, craft, multi-media, installation and works on paper, including photographs, prints, drawings and watercolours. One of the collections strongest attributes is its prestigious collection of Western Australian Indigenous and non-indigenous art.

Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo 

Bendigo Art Gallery was founded in 1887, Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee Year. The Gallery’s collection of 20th century paintings, sculpture, prints and drawings showcase the development of Australian fascinating modern art. Artists such as Walter Withers, Rupert Bunny, Grace Cossington-Smith, Arthur Boyd, Fred Williams, John Olsen and Margaret Preston are amongst the many 20th Century Australian painters and sculptors represented in the collection. Bendigo Art Gallery is committed to collecting and presenting contemporary Australian art.

Cairns Art Gallery, Cairns

Cairns Regional Gallery is housed in one of the finest heritage buildings of Far North Queensland, the site formerly occupied by the Public Office Building. The Gallery is the largest of its kind in regional Queensland and unsurpassed for architectural and interior building craftsmanship.  

Cairns Regional Gallery primarily collects works of art by artists from the Tropical North Queensland region and other artists influenced or inspired by the region. The Gallery also collects art from outside the region by artists of state, national and international significance. This additional collecting focus ensures that the community has access to a high quality reference art collection.

The Collection boasts a number of artworks of national significance including pieces by Brett Whiteley, Russell Drysdale, Margaret Olley, Donald Friend and Ian Fairweather. The Gallery’s portfolio of prints includes artists Yvonne Boag, Guy Warren, Theo Tremblay and Gary Shead. 

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) is Australia’s only art fair dedicated to offering the best contemporary and traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art from Queensland through commercial art galleries and Indigenous art centres.

The annual fair welcomes art collectors, dealers, gallerists, first-time buyers and those wanting to immerse themselves in the best Indigenous art from the region.

Castlemaine Art Museum (CAM), Castlemaine

Founded in 1913, the Castlemaine Art Museum has a unique collection of Australian art, First Nations cultural material and historical artefacts reflecting the early history of the region. The 1931 art deco building is noted for its elegant design and is Heritage listed and has been extended a number of times.

The collection is best known for major works from the late 1800's. Traditional landscape paintings are a feature of the holdings, including works by such artists as Louis Buvelot, Frederick McCubbin, Tom Roberts, E. Phillips Fox, Rupert Bunny, Max Meldrum, Margaret Preston, R.W. Sturgess, S.M.A. Bale and John Longstaff. Among the contemporary artists represented in the collection are William Frater, Arnold Shore, Russell Drysdale, Fred Williams, John Brack, Jeffrey Smart, John Dent and Wendy Stavrianos.  

CAM is committed to providing professional exhibition and development opportunities for local artists across Central Victoria. CAM brings together artists and communities of this region and beyond, creating a lively arts institution of national relevance.

Foundation Cartier Pour L’art  Contemporain

The Fondation Cartier, headed by Marie-Claude Beaud, opened in Jouy-en-Josas on October 20, 1984, with the inaugural exhibition Les Fers de César. The Fondation Cartier seeks to present the work of renowned French and international artists, as well as young artists with promising talents. Cartier International has become the leading private French company in the patronage of contemporary art, responsible and civic-minded – a unique example of corporate philanthropy in France.

Home Of The Arts (HOTA), Brisbane

Home Of The Arts in Brisbane is an iconic Gold Coast destination where art, entertainment, culture and lifestyle meet. Hota’s offerings span across performing arts, fine arts and community events for visitors of all ages.

Museum Victoria

Museum Victoria is Australia’s largest public museum organisation, responsible for looking after the State collection of nearly 17 million cultural and scientific objects, documents, photographs and specimens. Museum Victoria provides visitor access, activities and events at four distinct venues: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks and the Royal Exhibition Building.

Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Sydney

Australia's only public museum dedicated to contemporary art. The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) presents, collects and engages with the art of now.

Guided by the principles of belonging, connection and influence, we aim to be the defining platform for contemporary art and ideas in Australia and beyond.

Located on Sydney Harbour at Tallawoladah, a home to stories, art and culture for over 65,000 years, the MCA contributes to the continuity of culture on our site. We connect the widest possible public to contemporary art through our Collection, exhibitions, events, creative learning and access programs.

National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Canberra

The NGA is situated in Canberra, the capital of Australia. Established in 1982, the NGA is the youngest of Australia’s major galleries and has a permanent collection that includes more than 160,000 works of art across four main areas: Australian art, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander art, Asian art and European and American art.

Works in the Gallery are part of Australia's national collection. They belong to the people of Australia and are preserved and presented for their enjoyment and education. It is the Gallery's intention to make the collection as widely appreciated as possible both in Australia and overseas.

National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Melbourne

Founded in 1861, the NGV is Australia’s oldest public art gallery. In 2003, the NGV divided its collection into Australian art and international art, both to be housed separately. The international collection is located at the newly refurbished site of the original NGV (opened 1968) at St Kilda Road Melbourne.  

The Australian art collection is located at Federation Square, where the entire ground floor is devoted to displaying their large Indigenous art collection. Federation Square is on the corner of Flinders & Swanston Streets, on the banks of the Yarra River and is a short walk from the NGV’s international collection.

Newcastle Art Gallery, Newcastle

Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Australia’s first purpose built regional gallery, was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Friday 11 March 1977.

Newcastle Art Gallery's collection is one of the finest in regional Australia with its quality and breadth recognised as a significant cultural asset. The collection includes over 5,000 works of art, and presents a comprehensive overview of Australian art from colonial times to the present day.

Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane

QAGOMA is Queensland’s premier visual arts institution comprised of the Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) and the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA). These distinct yet complimentary galleries showcase an extensive variety of contemporary and historical artists through a dynamic program of Australian and International exhibitions.

Shepparton Art Gallery (SAM), Shepparton

SAM is located across two floors of exhibition space in the Eastbank Centre in Shepparton.

The gallery’s collection includes a significant repertoire of Australian and International Ceramics, historic and contemporary Australian landscape paintings, prints and works on paper, and a growing collection of Australian contemporary art. SAM proudly presents a permanent exhibition that tells the story of Australian Ceramics. 

A significant aspect of the gallery's program is the biennale Sidney Myer Fund International Ceramics Award and the national Indigenous Ceramic Art Award.

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga

Situated in the heart of the city, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is an innovative public art gallery with facilities which include several large spaces for temporary exhibitions, located in the architect-designed Civic Centre, and incorporating a stand-alone gallery to exhibit the National Art Glass Collection. The Wagga Wagga Art Gallery exhibits an exciting range of touring shows and locally developed exhibitions from the Gallery's extensive collections, as well as the work of Riverina based artists.

The Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is also the home of the Margaret Carnegie Print Collection, which contains over 1200 original prints by some of Australia's foremost artists. The National Art Glass Gallery houses a world class, nationally significant collection of contemporary art glass, featuring over 350 pieces. As well as displaying the National Art Glass Collection, the gallery also exhibits a number of curated exhibitions which feature well known Australian and international glass artists throughout the year.


Sydney Contemporary Art Fair

Sydney Contemporary is Australasia’s premier art fair – the largest and most diverse gathering of leading contemporary art galleries from Australia, New Zealand, Asia and around the world.

Melbourne Art Fair

Melbourne Art Fair is a seminal fixture on the annual Australasian cultural calendar, stimulating critical and commercial attention for galleries and their artists for over 35 years. The Fair supports and promotes living artists through the staging of a world-class platform for contemporary art, showcasing iconic and new works by artists from the region’s most respected galleries.


Art Collector 

Every quarter, Art Collector magazine features profiles of leading artists, gallerists and collectors. You’ll also find art news, analysis of important issues affecting collectors and previews of forthcoming exhibitions across Australia and New Zealand.


Produced quarterly, VAULT identifies the pre-eminent artists, designers, collectors and enthusiasts in Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

With an enduring interest in fashion, architecture, food, literature and the finest forms of visual expression, VAULT offers a fresh and insightful perspective into the world and mind of the creative.



Beverly Knight is a registered Commonwealth of Australia Valuer and is approved to value paintings, ceramics, sculpture, textiles and artefacts by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander contemporary artists, including Hermannsburg watercolours for the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts program. Knight provides formal insurance valuations, asset appraisals, and valuations for benefaction under the Cultural Gifts Program and Cultural Bequests Program for the Taxation Incentives for the Arts Scheme. Her valuations are considered expert advice. 

The Cultural Gifts Program offers tax incentives to encourage people to donate cultural items to public art galleries, museums, libraries and archives in Australia. (

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Beverly Knight Art + Busines

Beverly Knight is a successful self-employed multi-business manager. Over many years, Knight’s achievements have included Board Directorships, Governance and Industry Reference groups associated with Hospitality, Property, Sport and the Arts. Presently, Knight’s primary interest and expertise lie in the Arts, though she is often sought in other industries for her business acumen and experience.

Beverly Knight Art + Business is a natural progression for Beverly Knight, also the Director of Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne (1989 – current). Her consultancy and expertise provide an often-needed arm’s – length approach to issues and exhibitions relating to representing artists and the Estates of Artists; and for the development of exhibition and commercial pathways for artists, including copyright and reproduction rights.


Chapman and Bailey

Chapman and Bailey are fine art professionals, providing a complete service from framing to installation on a museum or collector's wall.


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