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The F Project is an ARI based in Warrnambool, Australia. Established in 2008, The F Project aims to encourage and support artists and contemporary arts practice, and creatively explore social issues and engagement with the community. The F Project space hosts a gallery, shop, workshop spaces, studios and a residency. It is run entirely by volunteers. Acting as a lobby voice for the provision of facilities and programs where artists can produce and exhibit work, where artists and the community can work together, and where a range of information and support services are available to artists and the community, The F Project is a positive force in shaping the cultural and creative life in the Victorian Arts community.
224 Timor St, Warrnambool VIC 3280, Australia
Moana Project Space is an artist-run-initiative based in Perth, Western Australia. Since its inception in 2012, Moana has operated as a platform for the production and exhibition of contemporary visual art, with a particular focus on supporting ambitious new work and curatorial projects from young and early career artists, curators and writers from across Australia. The gallery occupied a heritage ballroom alongside multidisciplinary studio spaces and a café at Moana Chambers on Hay Street, Perth from 2012-2017. Moana currently operates as an off-site project based initiative.
Cool Change Contemporary is a new artist-run-initiative opening in the Perth, Western Australia in August 2018. Cool Change Contemporary is a multi-gallery venue that will host a monthly program of exhibitions supported by regular performances, screenings, workshops and events. Cool Change is the arrival of a cold front in the afternoon or evening after a day of high summertime temperatures. It is the sense of interconnectedness with your surroundings, and a feeling that things are about to pick up. Cool Change Contemporary stands for critically engaged work, an accessible, welcoming environment and an agile, responsive outlook.
74-84 Barrack Street, Perth, WA, Australia
c3 is an artist-led contemporary art space, located at the Abbotsford Convent arts and culture precinct in Narrm/Melbourne. Established in 2008, the gallery supports open, ambitious (or quiet), personal and critical approaches towards making and experiencing contemporary art. Risk, experimentation and direct audience engagement are encouraged. Central to c3 is the development of professional practice skills, mentorship and opportunities for artists/curators, and a focus on connecting critical practice with a large, diverse audience. The six-room gallery is housed in the main Convent building facing expansive gardens, Birrarung (the Yarra river) and adjacent bush parkland within its inner city location. The site has a multi-layered and complex continuing historical journey: a meeting point for the Wurundjeri and Kulin Nation peoples, settler occupation, a convent, a university, a large multi-practice creative precinct. The gallery has a reciprocal relationship with community, in that it simultaneously builds and is built by community, allowing for an open, nimble and active curatorial vision.
c3 Contemporary Art Spacec3 is a contemporary art space within the Abbotsford Convent Arts Precinct, Melbourne, Australia. Risk and experimentation is encouraged.
c3 contemporary art space The Abbotsford Convent 1 St Heliers St. Abbotsford VIC 3067 Australia
Cementa Inc. is a not-for-profit incorporated association dedicated to cultivating contemporary Australian art in Regional NSW. Cementa’s major production is a biennial festival of contemporary art in the town of Kandos in the NSW Central West. Cementa festival brings together artists from urban and regional contexts for a 4-day celebration of the state of contemporary art in Australia. More than 60 artists exhibit video, installation, sound, performance and 2D and 3D artworks in venues and locations across the town and its surrounds. Venues include shopfronts, vacant lots, the scout hall, local museum, community centre, golf course, people’s yards, rural properties and public parks. The works address the identity, history and current social, environmental and economic context of the town and its region. Taking its regional situation as its focus, Cementa celebrates the rich diversity of voices that can be heard within our contemporary arts communities across the spectrum of practice, from the emerging to the established, from the obscure to the prominent.
48 Buchanan st, Kandos NSW 2848 Australia
The Butter Factory Arts Centre is located in the Noosa hinterland at Cooroy, in a converted old butter factory that was built in 1930. The butter factory closed in 1975 and was purchased by Noosa Council for use as a community centre in 1991. The Butter Factory Arts Centre provides a friendly and collabortive environment to both new and established artists working in any media. We welcome exhibition proposals from artists, collectives for group or solo exhibitions in our gallery spaces. We are committed to aiding artists in their experimentation and growth, as well as bringing exciting work to the public. The center creates a sense of community amongst both exhibitors and viewers; a place where the arts are accessible and dynamic. The Butter Factory Arts Centre is staffed and assisted by Cooroy Future Group volunteers.
11 amaple St cooroy , Queensland, Australia 4563
BlackCat Gallery is an artist run space. This unique space in the heart of the Art precinct Collingwood, aiming to support local emerging contemporary artists and also showcase emerging South-East Asian artists in Australia. The space is unique and provides a flexible floor plan to cater for a variety of mediums and installations. With a developing calendar for 2017 already underway the mix of Artists will showcase the high calibre work being created throughout Australia and South-East Asia. We promote international exchange show for local artist and provide art education program.
95 Johnston St, Collingwood, VIC 3066
Our mission is to increase the number and range of people experiencing the arts through access and participation and to further opportunities for artists and the local community across a broad range of art forms that will enrich, educate and provide enjoyment. Located in a warehouse in Marrickville we have a gallery, six artist studios, and an atelier space where access and participation is provided to the local community through tutored skills-based classes and untutored arts groups. Scratch Art Space is an artist initiative founded and managed by Artist Carmel Byrne.
67 Sydenham Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
56 Woods Street Darwin NT 0801 GPO Box 1618 Darwin NT 0801
Archway 4, Jubilee Park Oval, Chapman Road, Annandale NSW 2038
60 Hutchinson Street, St. Peters NSW 2204
Runway Australian Experimental Art, PO Box 447, Strawberry Hills
282 Petrie Terrace Brisbane, Qld, 4000 | GPO Box 3197 Brisbane
255 KEIRA ST W’GONG, PO BOX 5349, , WOLLONGONG 2520
111 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland Australia
41 latrobe street, east brisbane, queensland
3 Ashfield St, East Brisbane, QLD, 4169
47 Amelia St - Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
259 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley
109 Edward St, Brisbane City QLD 4001