Galleries July

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The Gallery – St Kilda Town Hall

9A Carlisle Street, St Kilda News

Ph: 9209 6215


City of Port Phillip: People, Place and Gathering

July 2nd to July 30th

To coincide with NAIDOC celebrations, People, Place and Gathering is an exhibition of posters and photographs focusing on Yalukit Wilum Ngargee Festival, We Iri Art Exhibition, Big Blak Arts Festival and other past council events.



Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts

26 Acland Street, St Kilda


Innovators 2

27th June to 3rd August

Linden’s Innovators series presents new and cutting edge contemporary art. The artists in Innovators 2 explore the challenges of life in contemporary society through performance, video and installation.



Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

Ground Floor, 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Ph: 8668 8100


Women of Feelings

Women of Feelings features portraits of women using colours that represent each individual personality. Each portrait is intended to show the purity a woman’s face, portraying the diversity of life experiences and reflecting the varying emotions.




The Jackman Gallery

60 Inkerman Street, St Kilda

Ph: 9534 2147

The Jackman Gallery has established itself in St Kilda as one of Melbourne’s major contemporary art galleries. The gallery represents a select group of established painters, sculptors and photographers, sourcing some of Australia’s most innovative emerging talents.



Anna Pappas Gallery

2-4 Carlton Street, Prahran


Jack Rowland & Justin Williams

July 1st to July 26th

Jack Rowland is a Melbourne based artist who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting) from RMIT University. He has participated in a number of group shows and held his recent solo exhibition ‘Unfamiliar’ at Anna Pappas Gallery in 2012.

Justin Williams is a watercolour painter and stoneware ceramicist based in Victoria. From his idyllic studio in the mountains, he investigates his relatively isolated surroundings.


Luke Roberts – Kunstkamera

July 29th to August 30th



Vivien Anderson Gallery – Australian Aboriginal Art

470 Dandenong Road, Caulfield North

Ph: 9509 0255



For Your Information, For Your Inspiration, For Your Imagination

June 12th to July 26th

Vivien Anderson Gallery presents FYI, an exhibition of paintings and sculpture by gallery and invited artists including Djambawa Marawili, Roy McIvor, Dorothy Napangardi, Maree Clarke, early Irrunytju pioneer artists Nyakul Dawson and Wingu Tingima, Kudditji Kngwarreye and Rerrkirrwanga Mununggurr.

Arts Centre Melbourne

100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne

Ph: 1300 182 183



A Guide to Projection Art

July 3rd – 1pm to 5pm

Electronic artist Pierre Proske will take you on a journey that introduces you to the wonders of Projection Art and Projection Mapping. You will use the open source (and therefore free) Little Projection Mapping Tool (LPMT) to project on temporary sculptural objects such as cubes. This is a unique opportunity to see into a world of unlimited possibilities in the visual sphere.



St Kilda Life Drawing

6 Inkerman Street, St Kilda

Ph: 0425 732 722

Wednesdays 7.30pm – 9.30pm

St Kilda Life Drawing sessions are run in a relaxed and effectively serene atmosphere, the perfect setting to sketch and study the human figure. Held within’ an illustration studio, enjoy a comfortable, informal environment, ideal for inducing creativity and dexterity.




29 Mills Street, Albert Park

Ph: 9645 7158

Aspiring to promote the work of our country’s leading ceramic artists, this gallery and retail space showcases handcrafted home wares alongside one-off sculptural pieces. Situated in Albert Park, Potier is the first Melbourne retail store showcasing the work of Australia’s top ceramic

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