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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.

Current Exhibitions

We have some very special and tantalising exhibits booked for 2022 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).

Future Exhibitions - Coming Soon !

The Roma Field 'Traditional Embroidery' Competition

Exhibition: 6-31 OCtober 2022

The Roma Field Competition is designed to foster the achievement of excellence in traditional embroidery design and technique.

Roma Field was one of the founders of the Embroiderers' Guild NSW and was particularly interested in encouraging traditional embroidery. She was an outstanding embroiderer who was dedicated to encouraging embroiderers to achieve excellent results through learning and developing skills in traditional embroidery.

Roma was President and Chairman of the Guild and later a Trustee. She taught traditional embroidery classes and regularly judged competitions, not only for the Guild but also for the Country Women's Association and the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales.

Much of her embroidery appears in "A Lifetime of Embroidery" by Roma Field which was prepared and published by the St Ives Group of the Embroiderers' Guild in 1980.

This exhibition showcases the entries in this inaugural year of the Roma Field Competition. All entrants are members of the Guild, with the competition divided into two categories: General Members and Tutors.

We invite you to join us at the opening event where winners will be announced:
Saturday, 8 October 4pm-5.30pm
Tickets $15 plus booking fee (includes light refreshments)

Past Exhibitions