Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Manly

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The Manly Art Gallery and Museum (MAGAM), located in Manly, New South Wales, Australia, was the first metropolitan-based regional gallery in New South Wales and holds an extensive collection of Australian ceramics and 130 works by Antonio Dattilo Rubbo. Since 1982, MAGAM has also been a museum of beach culture and the history of Manly and the Northern Beaches. The permanent collection numbers over 6,000 objects in a range of media including paintings, works on paper, ceramics and museum objects, documents and photographs.
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  • A visit on a very wet day that was excellent and worthwhile to see some local artists. It’s not really what I would call a museum which was a selection of art pottery  more »
  • Visited the Gallery to view a wonderful exhibition of pen drawings by an iconic Australian artist. Excellent display in a beautiful location overlooking the harbour Manly at its very best!  more »
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  • Three rooms that are on same level. Good surrounds. Exhibits their collection of small sculpture and pottery upstairs in cabinets. Lovely atmosphere
  • If your over at Manly it's worth a visit, gallery display of local artists. Might be your cup of tea. It's not the round building to the left of the picture it's the smaller building to the right

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