The NGV Australia: Ian Potter Centre will reopen on November 23, with visitors able to enjoy Destiny Deacon retrospective Destiny, Ivan Durrant: Barrier Draw plus Tiwi – the largest ever exhibition of Tiwi art. The NGV International, however, will not reopen until December 19, in line with the opening date for the highly anticipated second NGV Triennial. Expect (free) timed tickets, queue management, limits of how many people can be in each space and lots and lots of hand sanitiser.
Bendigo Art Gallery
Combine your desire for travel and art in one go. Bendigo Art Gallery will reopen on November 12 with Australia's first major survey of contemporary First Nations' designers in Piinpi: Contemporary Indigenous Fashion. Hand sanitiser is available in the foyer and guests will be monitored throughout the gallery to ensure physical distancing. Registration is essential (and free).
Flinders Lane Gallery
You can return to Flinders Lane Gallery from November 4. Guests are required to sign in with a QR code on entry. Visitors will be able to view William Breen's ode to Melbourne's streetscapes in Wet Paint.