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Commenced in 2019, Read the Room is an expanded literary practice space that encourages experimental writing, both on and off the page. Co-directed by Melbourne based visual artist Carmen-S Keiso and writer Kat Capel, Read the Room functions as a liaising hub for various practitioners interested in pursuing the literary form, particularly those working on the fringe of the artistic industry. We host ongoing writing workshops, experimental lectures, exhibitions and reading events independently and in collaboration with other artist-bodies. We are dedicated to both challenging and fostering a community of expanded-literary-practice within Melbourne. We are best reached via our email address email@example.com or via our instagram @readtheroom_
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Sandbox Studios is a small group of art studios, gallery, international artist residency and workshop space, with a focus on facilitating a creative and social space. One of our studio spaces is sponsored on a yearly basis by our patron Peter Day. The studios are located in Brunswick, approximately 6km from the Melbourne city centre. The mission of Sandbox Studios is to cultivate a social space that provides a small number of affordable artist studios and hosts an international artist residency, with a focus on professional fine arts practice.
Factory 9/102 Henkel Street, Brunswick, Melbourne, Australia, 3056
c3 Contemporary Art Spacec3 is a contemporary art space within the Abbotsford Convent Arts Precinct, Melbourne, Australia. Risk and experimentation is encouraged.
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 space The Abbotsford Convent 1 St Heliers St. Abbotsford VIC 3067 Australia
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
BLINDSIDE is where you can expect the unexpected. We create dynamic and transformative experiences that activate and expand the possibilities of contemporary art. BLINDSIDE provides unique experiences for artists and their development, always striving to expand the sphere of artistic practice and empowering artists to see into fruition bold and spectacular ideas. We provide the opportunity for audiences to see the breadth of contemporary art practice from sculpture, drawing, painting and performance art, through to new media, video, sound, installation and craft. If you are heading to our space, expect the unexpected. We take pride in supporting arts writers as well as artists. All of our exhibitions are supported with critical texts to contextualise the work. We are also committed to the role of education in the future of contemporary art practice and so we offer an extensive program of talks, workshops and forums for artists, the general public and visiting school groups. With an expanding program and strong organisational rigour, and after a decade of developing and presenting contemporary art practice within the city of Melbourne, we are committed to becoming more responsive and engaged with our audiences and community than ever before. BLINDSIDE’s strategic direction is managed by […]
Room 14, Level 7, 37 Swanston Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
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15 Tinning Street, Brunswick 3056