The peak body protecting and promoting the Australian visual arts sector

Discounts for Members

Your NAVA Premium, Premium Plus or Organisation Membership includes several discounts on entry to museums and galleries as well as art magazines.

Art Transportation & Services

King & Wilson

King & Wilson

NAVA Premium and Premium Plus Members receive a discount on King & Wilson Essential Art Services transport and installation services in and around Sydney and Melbourne. Conditions apply. For more information please click here.

Art Stores

Eckersley's Art & Craft

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10% off Eckersley's Art & Craft for Current NAVA Members. Show your NAVA membership card in person at any Eckersley’s store nationally, and receive a 10% discount.

This discount cannot be used for online purchases. This discount can only be applied to full-priced products, and cannot be used in conjunction with Eckersley’s Creative Rewards Loyalty Program.

For any questions, please contact For store locations go here.

Art Magazines


Enter the code NAVA*182 when purchasing a subscription online and receive 10% off. Purchase here.


Send the form below to Eyeline to purchase a subscription for only $30.00

As a NAVA Member you also receive discounted rates for NAVA Events, Programs and Merchandise.

  • NAVA Online Courses - receive a $55 discount off the full price for each NAVA Online Course in 2017.
  • NAVA Shop - receive a 50% discount on limited edition NAVA t-shirts.

Film offers


We have 10 x double passes to giveaway to A SENSE OF AN ENDING (Trailer here) to some lucky NAVA Members. For your chance to win email with your name and address and "A Sense of an Ending" in the subject heading.

The Sense of an Ending is a powerful love story which stars Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling, Michelle Dockery and Dame Harriet Walter. Directed by Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox) and based on Julian Barnes’ Man Booker Prize winning novel. It’s the story of a reclusive man who faces the truth about his first love and the devastating consequences of decisions made a lifetime ago. In cinemas now.

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