Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith with Eugene von Guérard's View of Geelong 1856
Photographer: Levi Ingram

An LED ERCO light
Photographer: Levi Ingram

LED ERCO lighting system App in action
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Director & CEO, Jason Smith, with Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, inspecting Nadine Christensen's Untitled (Tiled floor)  2008 in the collection storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, painting storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Geelong Gallery collection, works on paper storage
Photographer: Levi Ingram

Fundraising provides the Gallery with essential financial support to ensure its long-term prosperity.

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Geelong Contemporary acquisition program 

Geelong Contemporary was formed in 2016 to support the growth and presentation of Geelong Gallery’s acclaimed collection of contemporary Australian art. Geelong Contemporary comprises a group of external contemporary art enthusiasts and collectors who are achieving their vision through donations, an annual program of events and exclusive opportunities.

For further information, visit Geelong Contemporary.

Geelong Conservation

Geelong Conservation was established in 2019 and is committed to organising events that provide access to people and places not always readily accessible to the public.

All funds raised from Geelong Conservation events contribute to the conservation of priority works as nominated by the Gallery. Since 2019, funds raised by Geelong Conservation contributed to the conservation of key works, Clarice Beckett’s Rainy Day (1930), Walter Wither’s Moonrise on the Yarra (1908) and Danilla Vassilieff’s An accident I saw (1948).

For further information, visit Geelong Conservation

Geelong Gallery Foundation

Geelong Gallery Foundation is strongly committed to providing Geelong Gallery with essential financial support and ensuring its long-term prosperity. Geelong Gallery and Geelong Gallery Foundation are very pleased to acknowledge donors to the 2019 Annual Giving campaign.

For further information, visit Geelong Gallery Foundation.

Gift in Honour

Express your appreciation for someone special with a Gift in Honour. Your donation can be made in recognition of a special event, or perhaps a final tribute in remembrance of a special life.

If suitable, Geelong Gallery will send a letter of appreciation to the person or persons you designate your gift to, informing them of your donation in their honour, or that of their loved one.

For further information contact us at info@geelonggallery.org.au.

Donations over $2.00 made to Geelong Art Gallery Inc. are eligible for a tax deduction. Geelong Art Gallery Inc. is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) from 01 July 2000 and registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) from 3 December 2012.

Turn the lights back on

Phase 1 of the Gallery’s Turn the lights back on fundraising campaign raised $85,000.

Thank you to Geelong Gallery members, philanthropic trusts, the arts sector and broader Geelong communities who have supported our call for action with 86 generous contributions.

Turn the lights back on will see the installation of new state-of-the-art ERCO lighting systems in our Douglass and Richardson galleries. We initially set out to fulfil a target to upgrade only the Douglass Gallery and are delighted to be able to realise an additional gallery upgrade. Our new lighting systems will ensure we are ready for the presentation of RONE in Geelong in February 2021, support the ongoing preservation of our sensitive collection items, and allow you and our many visitors to see our permanent collection riches in the very best light.

Thank you to our campaign supporters for their generous donations, we warmly appreciate each and every contribution. We also thank a major private philanthropic donor, the Ruth Fagg Foundation Trust and the Colin Holden Charitable Trust for their philanthropic support.

The installation of the new ERCO lighting will occur between September and November 2020.

Fund something you can't see

Geelong Gallery’s collection storage upgrade campaign has raised $25,338 through the support of 104 community donors during our 30-day Pozible campaign.

Fund something you can’t see ensured the Gallery's back-of-house upgrade from 2019–20 which saw an increase to painting storage by 25%, demonstrably improved access to the collection for Gallery staff, students, art historians and researchers, and ensured the continuation of best practice in collection and cultural heritage management.

Funds raised delivered the purchase and installation of 15 museum-grade painting racks, a vertical shelving system for framed works on paper (tills), improved shelving for decorative arts storage, a dedicated area for the processing of inward and outward collection movements which doubles as a viewing area, and a preparation table for the mounting of works on paper.

Thank you for supporting Fund something you can’t see.

This project was endorsed by Creative Partnerships Australia’s fund-matching scheme Plus1. Every dollar raised was matched.