Judith Neilson Projects
JN Projects is a benevolent arts organisation established by Dr Judith Neilson AM.
Judith Neilson’s motivating belief is that the arts and architecture make a vital global contribution to humanity and should be accessible to all – in all the world’s places and cultures..
JN Projects aims to contribute to the expansion of creative ideas in the visual and performing arts and architecture.
Judith Neilson’s cultural entities and projects include:
- The White Rabbit Collection: One of the world’s largest and most significant collections of contemporary art from China
- White Rabbit Gallery: The much-loved Chinese art destination in Sydney, Australia
- Phoenix Central Park: A platform for the international exposure of extraordinary performing artists
- JN Projects Architecture: Investments in outstanding modern urban architecture.
The Gallery experience may be different to what you are used to, but your safety is our main priority. As we all adjust to this new way of sharing art, we kindly ask for your understanding.
For everyone’s safety, please see our requirements of entry to the White Rabbit Gallery:
- You will be required to check in upon arrival to support contact tracing, our staff will be on hand to assist in this process
- Bring a credit or debit card for any on-site purchases (we won’t be accepting cash).
- Don’t visit in a group.
- Don’t visit if you’re unwell, have experienced cold or flu symptoms in the last 14 days, or have returned from overseas in the last 14 days.
- Consider downloading the COVIDSafe app.
- Use the hand-sanitiser provided on arrival.
- Keep at least 1.5 metres distance from others at all times
- Allow less-mobile visitors to use elevators first or consider using the stairs.
- If you have to Cough and sneeze whilst in the gallery, please do so into your elbow.
- Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds in our restrooms.
- Please don’t touch the artworks.
- Visitors with access requirements can still borrow the Gallery’s wheelchair which are sanitised after each use.
- Parents must hold children’s hands at all times
- In line with Government directives there are presently no guided tours
- There is no limit to how long you can stay at the Gallery.
*Visitors who don’t comply with these conditions will not be admitted or will be asked to leave to ensure the safety of all.
What we’re doing for you
- Floor markings and signage to help visitors maintain safe distances.
- Each Gallery space has its maximum capacity, based on the rule of 1 person per 4 square metres, we will have visual guides to assist with this, please follow instructions from staff.
- We’re we have increased our cleaning frequency with a focus on high touch areas
- We’ve provided hand sanitisers at the Gallery entry and also at various places throughout the building.
- All Gallery staff have completed Infection Control Training
We will continue to be guided by the NSW Government’s health guidelines and will provide updates to this information.
Let’s treat each other with kindness. We are all in this together… in art. We look forward to seeing you at the White Rabbit Gallery soon.