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Sydney's only dedicated textile and fibre art gallery, showcasing the work of Australian and international artists through a dynamic program of exhibitions and events. Opened in 2017 when the NSW Embroiderers Guild transformed its century-old HQ into a bright, contemporary space, the non-profit facility includes galleries, workshop rooms, a historic collection and specialist textile art library.

We have some very special and tantalising exhibits booked in the future and hope to have captured your interest and hearts. Plenty of advanced notice with many months of exhibits to look forward to. We are located at 76 Queen Street Concord West and welcome visitors weekdays from 9am - 4pm and on weekends from 10am to 2pm (public holidays excluded). Drop in to also have a look at the range of handmade artisan gifts.

Current Exhibitions

Moving the Needle: The Australian Embroidery Revolution
Presented by the Embroiderers' Guild NSW
1 June - 29 July 2024

The 1960s-80s was an exciting time for Australian embroidery as it came out of the home and into the public arena.

In 2024 the Embroiderers' Guild NSW is celebrating the groundbreaking creativity of the period with its major event Moving the Needle: The Australian Embroidery Revolution.

Over June and July, a packed program of events will offer something for everyone.

The centrepiece will be an exhibition of extraordinary embroidery and textile art, drawn from the Guild's Collection as well as private lenders throughout Australia.

Workshops are offered for beginners through to experienced stitchers and a one-day conference on Sunday, 23 June will take place. We hope you will join us!

Workshop & Event Bookings Open!
Click here for more information or to book.

Click here to download the detailed guide to workshops and major events.
Click here to download the full guide to conference on 23 June.

Past Exhibitions