Archie 100: A Century of the Archibald Prize
|Family (2 adults and 2 children)||$40|
|Group (over 10)||$14|
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Archibald Prize, Archie 100 explores the history of Australia’s most prestigious portrait award. The exhibition presents a diverse selection of Archibald portraits from the last century—the triumphant and the thwarted—and honours the artists who have made the prize the most sought-after accolade in Australian art today.
Archie 100 is an Art Gallery of New South Wales touring exhibition.
Geelong Gallery is the exclusive Victorian venue for Archie 100.
This exhibition includes works that are protected under the Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan Act 2013. For further information.
Available between Saturday 6 November to Sunday 28 November
Cost—Adult $25 | Concession $18 | Members $15 | Child $10 | Family $60
Geelong Gallery will be closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day
*Concession tickets are valid for Full-time students aged over 15 years of age (includes high school, TAFE, university and international students, upon presentation of a valid student card), Pension card holders, Healthcare cardholders and Veterans Affairs cardholders (DVA gold cards). Seniors discount (concession price) available on Tuesday’s only.
**Child tickets are valid for children 5–15 years.
***Members tickets are valid for Geelong Gallery members, in addition to members of the following galleries: Art Gallery of Ballarat; Art Gallery of New South Wales; Art Gallery of South Australia; Art Gallery of Western Australia; Bendigo Art Gallery; Benalla Art Gallery; East Gippsland Art Gallery; Gippsland Art Gallery; Hamilton Gallery; Horsham Regional Art Gallery; Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery; Murray Albury Museum of Art, Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory; Museum of Contemporary Art; National Gallery of Australia; National Gallery of Victoria; National Portrait Gallery; Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art; Shepparton Art Museum; Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery; Wangaratta Art Gallery and Warrnambool Art Gallery.