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No, Murray Art Museum Albury is FREE to visit and enjoy.

Yes, we only ask that visitors do not use flash and when setting up your photo please make sure not touch the artworks or installations.

Albury has ample street parking throughout the CBD. All-day car parking can be found at the Kiewa Street Car Park (all levels), Volt Lane Car Park (levels 4 & 5) or Wilson Street Car Park (all levels).

The Museum building is fully wheelchair accessible. Visitors are welcome to free hire of our wheelchairs and/or our portable “pause” stools which can be taken into exhibition spaces. Seating is provided at all public programs and events. Additional seating within an exhibition space can be made available on request.

Baby change facilities (gender non-specific) are available on the ground floor and breastfeeding is welcome in all gallery spaces.

An all-amenities bathroom is located on Level One which is welcome to be used by all people.

Guided tours are available for small and large groups, as well as individuals. There are a variety of tour themes available to book. Call our Visitor Experience team to enquire on 02 6043 5800

Getting Involved

Yes, we have an annual membership that directly supports the work of the museum. As a member, you will also gain discounts and benefits across the Museum and a selection of partner businesses and organisations.

High School students are welcome to apply for our annual Work Experience program.

Join our Volunteer Program, get experience and learn all about an Art Museum environment. If you can give a couple of hours a week or fortnight, we'd love to have you on board.

Specialist skills are needed within the museum from subcontractors, such as art installers, art educators, studio teachers, and more. If you have specialist experience in any of these areas, please send get in touch and we will pass your details on to the relevant manager.

Yes, we run art classes for both adults, teens and children. Our Short Course program teach a variety of mediums at both a beginner level, and more advanced Studio sessions. Our Workshops are typically 1 or 2 days in length, and are focused on specific skills.

Our volunteer program provides rich opportunities to learn about the current program and engage with our visitors in meaningful conversation. We hold regular information sessions to welcome new and interested volunteers to the museum team.


Exhibitions are planned by a small team of curators, who create a balance of exhibitions featuring local and national contemporary artists, as well as exhibitions drawn from the permanent collection, or loans from other institutions and collectors.

Local artists are selected by an Open Call program which gives artists from our region an opportunity to submit an idea for an exhibition.

Exhibitions are generally planned 12 - 24 months in advance. This allows time for artist commissions to be generated, loans to be secured, and public programs to be planned.

You can view past exhibitions via our Exhibition Archive. Our archives begin from October 2015 onwards, when Murray Art Museum Albury opened. Exhibitions prior to 2015 held in Albury Regional Art Gallery and other temporary venues are available in AlburyCity Council archives, and can be investigated upon request.

The Museum's Open Call program gives artists from the Murray region an opportunity to submit an idea for an exhibition. Visit our artist page to learn more and get in contact with our curatorial team for other potential opportunities.


We do accept a limited number of artwork donations each year. Each artwork is assessed on its value and relevance to the broader community we serve. Acquisitions into the collection, both purchased and donated, are guided by a criteria outlined in the MAMA Collection Policy.

Most of the artworks in our Collection are in deep storage and safe housing to keep them preserved. It can be difficult to retrieve artworks at short notice for viewing. However, if you feel that you have an exceptional reason to view a specific item, please contact us and we will assess the possibility.

We are currently working on a new and improved Collection database, which will increase public accessibility of the Collection. In the meantime our existing Collection database is not publicly available. While we work on this new and improved experience, please contact us and we will help you directly with your enquiry.

Art Services

Not directly. Many of the artworks on display are from our permanent collection, or on loan from other institutions or collectors. If there is a piece of art from a current exhibition that you are interested in purchasing, we can put you in touch with the artist or their representative who will let you know if the piece is available for sale.

Art valuation is a specialist skill that requires a professional art valuer. The museum does not have a valuer on staff, and recommends contacting a registered professional. A list of valuers is available via the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program. The Program provides tax incentives for donations of culturally significant items from private collectors to public institutions.

Art conservation is a specialised field within the arts industry. Art conservators specialise in different material type such as painting, works on paper, sculpture, or time-based media. Most institutions with large collections will have dedicated art conservation departments, however smaller institutions such as us use private conservators to help assist with the care of the Albury City Art Collection. If you are interested in connecting with a conservator, the Australian Institute for Conservation of Cultural Materials (AICCM) website has a list of conservators who specialise in private and contract conservation.

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