Brunswick Arts Space

Brunswick Arts Space We no longer have our main space at Little Breese st, we continue to work to create opportunities for artists to exhibit in and around the Moreland area.

Operating as usual



We are hiring!

The Collections Manager and Curator is responsible for managing the Cunningham Dax Collection of artwork and developing annual exhibitions that engage audiences and align with The Dax Centre’s mission.

Applications close at 11:59pm Thursday 11th November

For more information about the position and to apply head to

Image: Bill Hawkins artworks shown in the 'Stigma: dismantled, revealed' exhibition at The Dax Centre, 2019



Come work with us!

We are looking for a Facilitating Artist for Get Out! studio.

- Casual
- $40.00 per hour

The successful applicants will have a passion for inclusive practice and a strong track record of collaboration and supporting artists or Deaf/disabled individuals, as well as an understanding of broader disability/mental health issues.

Read more and download the position description here:

Happening in Coburg!
Deconstructed Musical | Arts Access Victoria

Happening in Coburg!

Deconstructed Musical navigates compositions of a dismantled musical explored through each artist’s visual practice. The artists who attend Artstop, an inclusive studio collective in Brunswick, bring their practices together to Examine the individual elements of a musical in an attempt to find the...

Looking for work?

Looking for work?

Kebabs in Coburg.

Kebabs in Coburg.

This winter, we celebrate Coburg as the kebab capital of Melbourne. The humble doner kebab can be found at almost twenty different restaurants in this suburb in Melbourne’s North.

Pentridge Coburg - Home
Pentridge Coburg - Home

Pentridge Coburg - Home

Meet me at Pentridge; enjoy access to the Public Piazza, Shopping Centre including Ritchies Supermarket, Palace Cinema, heritage buildings, places to eat and plenty of parking.



Expressions of Interest for Artists wishing to apply for the Moreland 2021 Community Creator - Artist in Residence program are now open.

The Community Creator: Artist in Residence is an exciting new program designed to assist five local artists and five local businesses/community organisations through a fully paid, matched artistic residency program providing a short-term employment opportunity for artists and creative solutions for businesses/community organisations.

For more details and to register for the information session, head to

Applications close midnight Sunday, 31 January 2021.



Expressions of Interest are now open for the 2021 First Nations Artist Residency Blak Dot Gallery, in partnership with Arts Moreland and Moreland City Council are proud to present the First Nations Artist Residency program to support two Moreland First Nations Visual Artists in 2021. Artist will r


Trocadero Art Space in the heart of Footscray has a number of artist studios currently available.

Following a difficult year for many artists, several studios that have been occupied for some time have become vacant. All studios are individually lockable and have 24-hour access.

For more information send us a message,
email [email protected]
or call 0422 504 770


Let's Take Over applications are officially open! Have you always wondered how to kick start a creative career? Would you like to be paid to learn? APPLY NOW and be part of the next generation of arts leaders:
Image by Yunis Tmeizeh of Young Adultin' Panel by Yasmin Rose, Let's Take Over 2020


A lot of people have been talking about this work lately... Nicholas Galanin’s work at Cockatoo Island for the 22nd Biennale of Sydney. ‘Shadow on the Land, an excavation and bush burial’ is an excavation on Cockatoo Island of the shadow cast by the Captain Cook statue in Sydney’s Hyde Park
In this speculative archaeological-style dig, Nicholas Galanin ‘uncovers’ or ‘excavates’ the shadow cast by the Captain Cook statue. The work rests between a possible past or future burial, a presence through absence of an object that today very much still functions as a celebration of colonial heroics.
Watch our interview with Nicholas Galanin:

Coordinator/Creative Producer | Arts Access Victoria
Coordinator/Creative Producer | Arts Access Victoria

Coordinator/Creative Producer | Arts Access Victoria

Work for Us / Coordinator/Creative Producer Are you passionate about increasing opportunities for Deaf and Disabled artists?With a focus on high quality contemporary programming, and capacity building, join a team of highly skilled Creative Producers to develop arts projects in the south region that...

Smashing the glass ceiling
Writing the Future

Smashing the glass ceiling

The first major exhibition to contextualize Basquiat’s work in relation to his peers associated with hip-hop culture

Boards wrestle with transitional funding
Boards wrestle with transitional funding

Boards wrestle with transitional funding

The announcement that several small to medium arts organisations would receive a year of transitional funding from the Australia Council has left many in limbo and their boards are being asked to lead them into sustainability.

“To compound matters, most of the Australia Council’s funding is quarantined for a group of larger performing arts compa...
We are witnessing a cultural bloodbath in Australia that has been years in the making | Ben Eltham

“To compound matters, most of the Australia Council’s funding is quarantined for a group of larger performing arts companies co-funded with the states and territories, known as the Major Performing Arts organisations. These big companies, such as Opera Australia, the Australian Ballet, and the various state orchestras and theatre companies, soak up three-fifths of the Australia Council’s total budget. There simply isn’t much funding left to go round. “

Why would the Australia Council slash arts funding during the worst crisis in Australian culture in a century?

Timeline photos

Timeline photos

Put this one in your diary for next week. Come buy an artwork and help the cause. There's plenty of NOIR's fav artists involved.


681 Sydney Rd
Brunswick, VIC

Upfield Line, Anstey Station. Or Tram number 19. Parking on Breese st, at rear of gallery, lots of parking.


+61 3 9383 2263


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