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Travelling on West Bay Road
Commuters travelling along West Bay Road may turn onto Lawrence Boulevard and exit on Harquail Drive between Marquee Plaza and the Growing Beauty Nursery. If the exit is missed, you may enter the new Camana Bay Roundabout and travel all the way around, exiting on the fourth exit followed by an immediate left turn onto Harquail Drive.

Travelling from West Bay via Esterley Tibbetts Highway
Commuters travelling south along the Esterley Tibbetts Highway will drive through the vehicular underpass and onto the new Camana Bay Roundabout, exiting the roundabout on the third exit and making an immediate left turn onto Harquail Drive.

Travelling from George Town + Eastern Districts
Commuters travelling north along the Esterley Tibbetts Highway will enter the new Camana Bay Roundabout, exiting on the first exit and making an immediate left turn onto Harquail Drive. If the exit off the roundabout is missed, you may continue all the way around the roundabout and try again.

    Open 10am—5pm Monday to Saturday
    Closed Sundays and Public Holidays

The Sculpture Gardens

The building is perfectly accented with a series of gardens which have been created by renowned landscape designers Margaret Barwick and Alexander ‘Sandy’ Urquhart. The former created the overall site plan for the area, and the latter, the individual gardens.

The Art Café

Offering a wide variety of delicious and healthy snacks and beverages. Kindly supported by Kirk Market, the Art Café is an excellent place to spend your coffee break, afterschool hour or have your next business meeting.

Monday to Saturday
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The Library

The Maples Art Library comprises of 2,000+ books, DVDs and journals focusing on the history of art and design along with numerous publications on arts education and the methods and materials of artistic production. NGCI Members and students have full access to the library during opening hours.

Exhibition Halls

The upper gallery located on the second floor is home to the NGCI Permanent Art Collection, which showcases approximately 40% of the collection on rotation. Temporary exhibitions held in the lower exhibition hall along with a dynamic public engagement programming offer the community an invaluable platform for explorations of wider notions of culture and community.

The Dart Auditorium

In addition to special events, lectures and film screenings, the Dart Auditorium serves as community gallery space. Annual exhibitions include the NGCI Outreach Exhibition and Walkers Art Club Student Exhibition. The space also showcases experimental work, upcoming artists and solo shows.