The Art of Ageing 2021 is a photographic exhibition that celebrates the value, experience and contribution that older people bring, and challenges outdated perceptions of ageing. Accomplished and unconventional perhaps best describes the many diverse individuals in the exhibition. These extraordinary people have carved out interesting and active lives for themselves that keep them young. Let these artists, advocates, athletes, authors, business people, chefs, farmers, instructors, mentors, restorers, students and viticulturists inspire you to embrace and live life to the fullest. The photographs and narratives were commissioned by the NSW Department of Communities and Justice. The exhibition comprises works by outstanding NSW photographers Kerri Ambler, Tina Milson, Julie Slavin, Tim White, Trevor Green and Tayla Martin, and was curated by Sue Mitchell. The Art of Ageing is an initiative under the NSW Ageing Strategy 2016–2020 and Ageing Well in NSW: Seniors Strategy 2021-2031. The NSW Government is committed to addressing ageism by supporting initiatives that improve respect for and social inclusion of older people and recognise older people’s contributions to their communities.