Open to the public, the Gallery has an annual calendar of events
comprising exhibitions of student work and exhibitions featuring
professional Australian artists.
Our vibrant Ex-Students community supports lasting friendships that connect ‘PLC Sydney girls’ across the country and around the world. Stay connected with events, professional networks, read other graduate stories and more.
Maximising your child's learning potential with our student extension, enrichment and support program—one of the longest running in Australia. Your children will build their self-confidence, resilience, engagement and academic performance.
Designed to support your child’s transition to school, we aim to ignite your child’s curiosity, extend their unique interests and build on the foundations for their love of learning. View our beautiful, purpose-built centre—indoor and outdoor environments designed and adapted to strengthen a child’s natural curiosity and excite inquisitive minds.
View all the past, current and future exhibitions being displayed at the Croydon centre, including photo galleries.
He has been Adelaide Perry Gallery Manager at PLC Sydney since 2011, and in 2022 Andrew also performs an additional role as Acting Curator.
The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing is a $25,000 acquisitive art award among the most significant of its kind in the country.
Entries for the 2023 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing are now open!
Artist and educator, she was a contemporary of many of the nation’s most prominent 20th century artists.
Jody Graham dances her way to a win in the 2022 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing! Click to read more.
Connecting PLC Sydney Visual Arts students with inspirational industry practitioners who share their art practice and approaches to depicting the Australian landscape.
In 2022, the College welcomes artist and former Head of Visual Arts at PLC Sydney, Keith Fyfe as our Artist-in-Residence 2022.
In 2020, the College welcomed Sydney painter Peta Minnici who will continue as Artist-in-Residence to 2021, due to COVID.
Open to the public, the Gallery has an annual calendar of events comprising exhibitions of student work and exhibitions featuring professional Australian artists.