‘Aussie art gallery is taking back the word ‘art’ in new branding campaign

Australian Art Gallery of New South Wales (AANSW) has launched a new branding initiative called “Art Gallery, Art School” with the aim of “putting art back into the mainstream”.

The AANSW Art Gallery’s new website states the aim is to “reclaim the word art from a few bad apples”.

It’s a bold move to make the term “art” more accessible, with the AANS branding being designed to reflect that it is an art school, and to highlight the “growing number of art galleries and schools” across the country.

“Art is one of the most misunderstood terms in the arts community and there are still many people who think art is just a fancy word that’s not about art, but about creating a product or service,” said AANSL president, Julie MacFarlane.

“So what we’ve tried to do is to help people understand the value of art in a broader context, and that’s why we’ve designed this brand.”

We’re taking back some of the stigma that we’re constantly putting on art galleries.

“Ms MacFarnys brand is also geared towards young people, with a new logo to promote the AANS Art School’s “Art School, Art College”.

The website says “the Art School”, which will also be available as a mobile app, has the potential to “make the world more accessible to artists and creatives”.”

Art school is the place where you get your first taste of your art form, and it’s where you learn about how it works,” Ms MacFarrys said.”

It’s the first step on the road to success, so we’re really excited to make this brand available on a global basis to artists across the world.

“The AANS art school is located in Melbourne’s CBD, which is home to more than 50,000 people.

The AAnSW also aims to encourage “art education” in schools and universities across the nation.”

In an age of increasing demand for art education, we’re excited to be able to offer the AAnsw Art Gallery a platform to bring these skills and experience to Australian students, and also help Australian art schools to create more inclusive and inclusive learning environments,” Ms MacDonald said.