Australia’s largest art museum, the Liberal Arts Centre, has closed after two decades in business.
The former Liberal Arts building on the corner of Melbourne’s Yarra River and Richmond Hill has become the subject of a major renovation project, which includes an expanded art gallery.
The new gallery will open in 2019.
The Liberal Arts will continue to operate on the same premises as it did before its closure.
It was designed by renowned Australian landscape artist and landscape architect Mark Taylor.
“I think it’s a very important and significant milestone for the Liberal arts,” Liberal Arts president Simon Jones said.
“Mark’s design, it’s been the inspiration for many of the works in the gallery.”
“He’s a great teacher and an outstanding lecturer.
He’s also a wonderful friend and supporter of the Liberal Party of Australia.”
He’s been a key supporter of my party for over 40 years.
“The new gallery is a much bigger space and a much larger exhibition space. “
It will be a very different space than the gallery we’ve had in the past,” Jones said of the new exhibition, which was unveiled in March.
“The new gallery is a much bigger space and a much larger exhibition space.
We’re looking to get into new territory with this new space.”
The new space is being developed by a team of local and overseas artists and will feature a variety of works by the local artists.
It will also host performances and performances of contemporary art.
The art van will also feature artwork by artists including John Waters, Alex Jones, Paul Cummins, Nick Kroll and David Bowie.
It’s expected to open in early 2019.