The University of Newcastle, Australia

Arts and culture

The University supports and engages in arts and cultural activities that bring dynamic colour and depth to our regions. Our inspiring art galleries, music conservatorium, community radio station, Chinese language and cultural centre are all testament to our continued commitment to and involvement in our community. We invite you to get involved!

The Conservatorium

The Conservatorium

The University of Newcastle's music Conservatorium prides itself on engaging with the community by delivering an extensive range of music lessons. Whether it's classical, rock, jazz, pop, folk, electronic... individual or ensemble, our staff are experts in their fields who cater for all ages and levels of experience.

The University Gallery

The University Gallery

The University Gallery presents exhibitions by postgraduate students from the University of Newcastle, as well as curated exhibitions and touring shows that promote an awareness of contemporary artists, communities and disciplines.

Watt Space Gallery

Watt Space Gallery

Watt Space is the University of Newcastle student art gallery. It is a place of inspiration and experience for our students - a place where they can engage with the community through their art. We welcome the public to visit our exhibitions and opening events and support our emerging student artists.

Confucius Institute

Confucius Institute

On the eve of the Asian Century, the Confucius Institute is working to strengthen the vital links between Australia and China – the fastest growing economy in the world. As part of the University's Global Engagement and Partnerships Division, the Confucius Institute plays a major role in developing the University's capacity to effectively engage with the Asian Century.

2NURFM

2NURFM

2NURFM began broadcasting in March 1978 and is Newcastle's leading 'easy listening' radio station with a format structured around familiar hit songs by legendary stars like Michael Bublé, Shirley Bassey, Dianna Krall, Air Supply, Frank Sinatra, Celine Dion, Neil Diamond, The Beatles and Elvis Presley.