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SEVENTH Gallery SEVENTH Gallery is an artist run initiative in Melbourne. Our new premises are wheelchair accessible

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SEVENTH is relocating to open in a new space in 2021, after more than 20 years on Gertrude Street, Ngár-go/Fitzroy.  155...
30/11/2020

SEVENTH is relocating to open in a new space in 2021, after more than 20 years on Gertrude Street, Ngár-go/Fitzroy.

155 Gertrude Street has been the meeting place for hundreds of artists, board members, volunteers, curators, writers and more. In this location, SEVENTH has maintained its commitment to emerging and experimental practices, becoming one of the longest running ARIs in Naarm/Melbourne, despite gentrification and ongoing shifts in the arts funding landscape.

This is an important move that will allow us to make our gallery spaces accessible, after operating in a building without proper access, for too long. This relocation is aligned with our new Strategic and Development Plan (2021-2025), as we seek to increase representation of First Nations voices in our programming, enhance Accessibility, and strengthen our commitment with People of Colour. We are also looking at our organisation and changing our language to operate with a community mindset. While still working with new artists and experimental practices. So, this is a very exciting time for SEVENTH!

We wish to warmly thank everyone involved with SEVENTH Gallery on Gertrude Street and those that will be involved, well into the future of the organisation. Due to the unique circumstances of the pandemic, we regret that we are unable to host a goodbye party, or a farewell exhibition. But as they say, sometimes a clean break is better. We are so excited to welcome you back in 2021 with a new space and our incredible annual program of exhibitions.

In the meantime, we will continue our Mail Out Project, and are working on new partnerships to progress in our mission and values, along with an exciting Fundraiser announcement.

We are so excited to have partnered with Un Projects, alongside fellow ARIs Bus Projects, KINGS Artist-Run and TBC, in a...
02/07/2020
Alex Cuffe in conversation with Briony Galligan - un Projects.

We are so excited to have partnered with Un Projects, alongside fellow ARIs Bus Projects, KINGS Artist-Run and TBC, in a discussion of the impact and response of our community to the current COVID-19 crisis.

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborati...

SEVENTHGALLERY.ORG ⇨ NOW LIVEOur new website is now live. Designed by Alex Margetic (@general_enquiry) and coded by Publ...
18/06/2020

SEVENTHGALLERY.ORG ⇨ NOW LIVE

Our new website is now live. Designed by Alex Margetic (@general_enquiry) and coded by Public Office (@public.office) you can explore SEVENTHs exhibition and program histories, read texts from our Emerging Writer’s Program, APPLY for opportunities and explore key organisational information.

⇨ To launch the website, SEVENTH is excited to publish outcomes of the 2020 Emerging Writer’s Program. New texts by Molly Stephenson, an artist, curator and writer living and working on Wurundjeri country in Naarm, and Jaxon Waterhouse, a writer whose current research involves greening philosophy and seeking new ways to talk about the natural world and our place within it, are now live at seventhgallery.org.

Image: seventhgallery.org. Designed by Alexandra Margetic. Coded by Public Office.

CALL OUT ⇨ Development Manager https://docs.google.com/document/d/11f97w9kXIJXylLnrThN9_nyXZlay1jMIVBEqkxx1BIQ/edit?usp=...
08/06/2020

CALL OUT ⇨ Development Manager
https://docs.google.com/document/d/11f97w9kXIJXylLnrThN9_nyXZlay1jMIVBEqkxx1BIQ/edit?usp=sharing

*Deadline Extended*: Sunday 14 June, Midnight

SEVENTH Gallery is seeking a new Development Manager to oversee fundraising and sustainability as well as assist in the organisational evolution of one of Melbourne’s oldest artist run initiatives.
We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual with relevant fundraising experience in the arts and creative industries. This new role provides a unique opportunity to shape the future of an arts organisation and build a sustainable space for emerging artists. SEVENTH is looking for an experienced person to help us continue our mission to provide rent free spaces for emerging artists, pay artist fees and employ staff. This role will allow us to carry on supporting emerging First Nations and CALD artists as well as seek the resources to secure an accessible space.

For more information about the role including term of contract, renumeration, duties and selection criteria please click the link on our bio!

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council

25/05/2020

CALL OUT | Development Manager
DEADLINE ⇨
SUNDAY 7 June, 2020 (Midnight)

SEVENTH Gallery is seeking a new Development Manager to oversee fundraising and sustainability as well as assist in the organisational evolution of one of Melbourne’s oldest artist run initiatives.

We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual with relevant fundraising experience in the arts and creative industries. This new role provides a unique opportunity to shape the future of an arts organisation and build a sustainable space for emerging artists. SEVENTH is looking for an experienced person to help us continue our mission to provide rent free spaces for emerging artists, pay artist fees and employ staff. This role will allow us to carry on supporting emerging First Nations and CALD artists as well as seek the resources to secure an accessible space.

For more information about the role including term of contract, renumeration, duties and selection criteria please click the link below!

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council

https://docs.google.com/document/d/11f97w9kXIJXylLnrThN9_nyXZlay1jMIVBEqkxx1BIQ/edit

01/04/2020
Garden Refle###: Bins

Premiering tonight, 6PM at seventhgallery.org is the first of 30 Films in 30 Nights by ad-hoc film-making collective Garden Refle###. TUNE IN!

Opening Night | Going back to where it began to prove it was all worth it, Bins begins with a background noise that turns into a smorgasbord of tweaks, then some images, then the intro to the series. Someone is running around, and then we end on a dance off.

The purpose of Garden Refle### is to liberate films of their staunch structures. This ongoing practice, aimed at the concept of ‘art film’ filmmaking, raises questions around definitive narratives of ‘looking good’, and how that relates to unaffordable production methods. Is film ‘making’ dictated by evasive power structures, ideas that tell you right or wrong, instead of true and fake? Can images free themselves of the price tag? Do films have pretty privilege? Is it possible to correct this?

Video: Opening Night (trailer). Courtesy Garden Refle### (Jen Atherton and André Shannon).

17/03/2020

In response to the current situation of the COVID-19, SEVENTH has decided to follow the federal and state government's advice to encourage staff to work from home and practice social distancing by closing its doors until further notice.

We also understand the unprecedented impact that these measures are having on the arts community and in support of our artists, we are going to allow visits by appointment. However, we strongly discourage anyone who is unwell to enter the gallery and encourage practicing social distancing.

This is a crucial time to slow the spread of COVID-19 and we encourage everyone to wash your hands regularly, avoid social groups and work from home where possible. This is a volatile and precarious time so please stay close to your support networks, which includes your SEVENTH community so please reach out if there's anything we can do to help.

December Exhibitions | Opening Night
09/02/2020

December Exhibitions | Opening Night

Tomorrow is the last day of our exhibition and the last day of 2019 for SEVENTH GALLERY.⇨Gabriella D'Costa⇩Inside Jokes ...
19/12/2019

Tomorrow is the last day of our exhibition and the last day of 2019 for SEVENTH GALLERY.

⇨Gabriella D'Costa
⇩Inside Jokes

It is said that an individual’s accent becomes solidified within the first year of life; from then on the mouth shapes itself around the oral nuances of the mother tongue no matter what other languages one learns and speaks. As a first generation Australian of Indian migrant parents, I’ve always shrunk with embarrassment about the vocal inflections which inhibit me from both comfortably ordering Indian food and attempting pub-style banter.

My sibling shares this experience. It’s not just how we say ‘chapati’ or ‘how ya going’, but that we choose certain English words which indicate a British Indian vernacular: take for example a humiliating high school encounter where I uttered the phrase ‘swimsuit’:

“why don’t you just say bathers!!! Who wears a suit to the pool!!!”)

My parents, however, comfortably and playfully exchange in a lingo interspersed with both Tamil idioms and their interpretations of Australian slang: my mum insists, whenever she calls, that it’s 'just for a chinwag’. While initially intending to demonstrate this sociolinguistic niche through recordings of my family’s voices, the content of the recordings revealed a crucial undercurrent; the impact of religion and class; How we talk is inextricable from what we talk about and what we talk about speaks to what we value - cyclically informing how we talk. Attempting to capture simple examples of Indian and Australian vernacular, the definitions filtered into religious and cultural lessons, and unavoidable reflections on my familial upbringing beyond vocal trappings.

The outer suburbs of Melbourne become home to migrant groups and the working class, so outer suburban churches, in their accoutrements and practices, develop a culture of their own - projecting the divine and supernatural not through leather-bound hymn books and pipe organs but through primary school-grade hi-fi systems accompanied by Word-Art riddled Powerpoint presentations.

The discrepancy between the seriousness of the subject matter - faith, morality, divinity - and the vehicles for conveyance - rhetoric, Powerpoints, plastic icons and containers, produces a complex of humour and disavowal for those who must reckon with carving out an individual identity while confronting and respectfully acknowledging their cultural history. The inescapable cringe here however only heightens the gravitas of religion, something similar in many ways to camp.

Susan Sontag describes in Notes on Camp that Pure Camp is always naive. “The pure examples of Camp are unintentional; they are dead serious.” It is exactly this naïveté or purity which transmutes something ad hoc, cheap, gimmicky, throwaway, or mundanely ritualistic into that which it stands in for; a vessel for sanctity. Families attempt to bestow their beliefs, practices and languages as legacies and much of the niche of comical discomfort is due to the tightrope negotiation of how much of our lineage we give away through our language. Inside Jokes draws upon that tenuous balance between the earnest and the cringe. It is with reluctant but loving acceptance that we oblige our families and unfold how they have shaped us.

A reminder that proposals are due on the 10th of December! We urge you to read our General Feedback 2019 before submitti...
05/12/2019
General Feedback 2019

A reminder that proposals are due on the 10th of December!

We urge you to read our General Feedback 2019 before submitting your proposal.

Hot Tips:

*Think about where you sit in society and how this affects the work that you’re making.

*If you’re making work about landscape in Australia, acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this Land.

*If you make work during a residency in a developing country, be mindful of your privilege.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RuLvXhwtHPNVVTsRuVmlNsz2DHjBtJElmA0PFgqqQPA/edit

GENERAL FEEDBACK 2019 Exhibition Program Please find below some general areas for improvement identified by the SEVENTH board from the recent call out. CLARITY A general area of improvement is clarity and the logical ordering of ideas. Structure your proposal to address what you’re putting in ...

7 NOVEMBER – 29 NOVEMBER | GALLERY TWO: BADRA AJI, RINDU |GALLERY ONE: MJ FLAMIANO, THE BONE IS THE SEED | 7UP: ESHAY PI...
22/11/2019

7 NOVEMBER – 29 NOVEMBER | GALLERY TWO: BADRA AJI, RINDU |GALLERY ONE: MJ FLAMIANO, THE BONE IS THE SEED | 7UP: ESHAY PILLAY & QUISHILE CHARAN, WE DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH TO SATISFY OUR BELLIES | PHOTOS BY YANG SHEN

Are you working hard on your proposal for SEVENTH? Read the General Feedback we provided for our last round in 2019 for ...
13/11/2019
General Feedback 2019

Are you working hard on your proposal for SEVENTH?

Read the General Feedback we provided for our last round in 2019 for some tips!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RuLvXhwtHPNVVTsRuVmlNsz2DHjBtJElmA0PFgqqQPA/edit?usp=sharing

GENERAL FEEDBACK 2019 Exhibition Program Please find below some general areas for improvement identified by the SEVENTH board from the recent call out. CLARITY A general area of improvement is clarity and the logical ordering of ideas. Structure your proposal to address what you’re putting in ...

10/11/2019

SEVENTH Gallery is now accepting proposals for exhibitions and events from MARCH - AUGUST 2020!

Apply by filling the exhibition form in the following link:

https://form.jotform.co/93127576602863

SEVENTH will continue to offer a free exhibition space, and pay artists throughout 2020.

Exhibitions run for four weeks. Successful applicants will receive support from SEVENTH Exhibition Liaison and Curatorial Mentors in the conceptual and logistical development of their shows.

SEVENTH's annual program is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.

DEADLINE: 10TH DECEMBER 2019, MIDNIGHT

The SEVENTH Emerging Writers Program coordinated by Chantelle Mitchell provides a collaborative opportunity between emer...
05/11/2019

The SEVENTH Emerging Writers Program coordinated by Chantelle Mitchell provides a collaborative opportunity between emerging arts writers and exhibiting artists.

The format of the text is open to experimentation, and can take the form of a catalogue essay, interview, or creative writing, as decided between the writer and the artist. The writer’s work is intended to enhance the experience and understanding of the exhibition, providing an additional perspective or insight.

Writers are mentored throughout the conceptual development of their work, with critical feedback and editorial advice.

For our current show of exhibitions, writers Ange Crawford and Hajer Al-awsi responded to artists MJ Flamiano and sha Pillay & Quishile Charan.

Opening next Wednesday 9 October, 6-8pm. GALLERY ONE: Repair by Claire Bridge and Yuqing Chen. Claire Bridge and Yuqing ...
04/10/2019

Opening next Wednesday 9 October, 6-8pm.

GALLERY ONE: Repair by Claire Bridge and Yuqing Chen.

Claire Bridge and Yuqing Chen confront legacies of gendered violence and cultural oppression. Together they highlight language as sites of culturally speci c transmission of violence. Chen speaks from her Chinese Mandarin background and Bridge from her culturally Deaf / Auslan background with her body-associated, spatial use of visual language. Together, their works share a language of materials; both using fabric, embroidery, stitching and weaving and incorporating these in various ways with digital images, photography or found objects.

Claire Bridge draws on the pivotal essay by Audre Lorde, The Transformation of Silence into Language and Action, to confront the nature of silence and silencing alone with its embodied experience through soft sculptural works.

Yuqing Chen uses photography and stitched mark making, both viscerally imposed on the body and rupturing the surface of photographs, elucidating Confucian instructions on obedience and the role of women in the Chinese family.

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Thursday 12pm - 6pm
Friday 12pm - 6pm
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SEVENTH Gallery is a space that embraces experimentation, risk and diverse artistic practices. We have a commitment to supporting emerging and underrepresented artists, curators and writers. SEVENTH is run by a democratic board of artists and arts professionals who champion accessibility and affordability for artists and artist-run-initiatives. Our diverse public program of events engages critically with our exhibitions and broader concerns of contemporary art. These programs encourage collaboration with members of the community, as well as providing mentoring and professional development opportunities for artists and curators. SEVENTH continually seeks to engage with the broader arts community to foster collaboration and build creative networks.

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Katina Anapaikos' debut solo exhibition opens tonight at SEVENTH Gallery! Katina's exhibition has been two decades in the making. The opening is tonight Wednesday 6 April 6pm - 8pm. The exhibition runs until Friday 29 April. More information is on the AAV website.
We can't wait for Katina Anapaikos' debut solo exhibition! Katina's paintings are a combination of paint and pastel. The exhibition is held at SEVENTH Gallery, 215 Church St, Richmond. Katina's exhibition runs from Thursday 7 April until Saturday 29 April. There is an opening event on Wednesday 6 April at 6 pm. Visit the AAV website to find out more about Katina's exhibition.
🎉Last week, we proudly awarded $460,000 to twelve art and cultural organisations for creative activities in Yarra over the next 2 years. Congratulations to Liquid Architecture Abbotsford Convent Foundation drummond street services SEVENTH Gallery The Boite, Contemporary Sculptors Association, Polyglot Theatre Un Projects All The Queens Men, Dancehouse, Melbourne Australia Kids' Own Publishing and Make It Up Club! The ecelctic character of our wonderful city is shaped and formed by the diverse art and artists that live and work here and we can't wait to see what you do and make over the next couple years! More info: https://arts.yarracity.vic.gov.au/news/2021/07/22/creative-and-engage-yarra-2022-to-23-grant-recipients #YarraLife #YarraCityArts
As #lockdown5 continues to roll along, planned events have been rescheduled or held online, as we collectively continue to do our bit to support our communities, businesses, and stay safe. Lockdown or not, there's still plenty on offer in Yarra to explore, enjoy, and engage. A quick wrap of some Councillor highlights from the last fortnight include: Council Meeting, including resolution to support The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty (fossilfueltreaty.org), a Planning Scheme Amendment to double the developer contribution rate for open space from 4.5% to 10.1% - now on public exhibition, and adopted Yarra’s first ever Community Vision – big thanks to those that presented – check it out at Yarra's first-ever community vision adopted by council | Yarra City Council Gertrude St Projection Festival - now being delivered online. However, as some of the artworks were installed before the lockdown, if Gertrude St is within your 5km, be sure to add a night-time stroll to your list of things to do! Check it out online GSPF | Gertrude Street Projection Festival | Australia Enjoying our beautiful natural assets on long walks through Yarra Bend, bike rides through Edinburgh Gardens, and while checking out the Gipps St steps on the Yarra Trail Commencing community engagement for the proposed design of Otter St park – a brand new park in Collingwood! let us know what you think! A new park for Otter Street | Your Say Yarra Meeting with residents to discuss planning applications, Queens Parade, the future of a former bakehouse, and the former Austral Theatre Borrowing a good book from Fitzroy Library - love Yarra Libraries! Check out the fantastic catalogue Yarra Libraries | Catalogue (sirsidynix.net.au) Chairing the ICLEI Oceania CitiesWithNature webinar, with discussion from Councillors from numerous Councils regarding a range of innovative projects – from woody meadows in Port Phillip, to urban creek recovery in Onkaparinga – check it out at CWN Webinar 1 Recording 14 July 2021 - YouTube Launching the new SEVENTH Gallery in Richmond thanks to the Yarra Arts Room to Create program, with co-chairs of the board Lana Nguyen and Eliki Reade Checking out the Ivanhoe Northcote Canoe Club INCC Yarra Paddlers boathouse in Fairfield, and hearing about their good work providing affordable access to water sports. As part of the 2021 – 2022 budget we’ll be preparing a concept design for a long overdue upgrade of the facility – exciting times ahead! Being party to/ chairing the Planning Decision Committee, Disability Advisory Committee, and Heritage Advisory Committee Attending (online) the final presentations of student work focusing on the future of Gleadell St as a thriving civic hub, with a fantastic collection of ideas from seating to performance spaces, installations, and community events. Check it out and provide some feedback at gogleadell.com or check out Let's Enhance Gleadell Street - LEGS Checking out the separated bike lanes at the south end of Brunswick St Supporting local eateries (shout out to Simon's Peiking Duck Restaurant, Archie's All Day, Vinh Vinh's, Fledgling espresso, Neko Neko, Henry Sugar, Marhaba Restaurant, and Yumbo's Natural Homemade Icecream Note - some pics/ events were just before lockdown kicked in
Join us Saturday 31 July for this free exploratory event, supported by our friends SEVENTH Gallery. Common Threads will see the Women’s Art Register revisit its rich feminist archive through the critical lens of decolonising and with a future vision of inclusivity. Informal presentations will traverse inclusive and intergenerational projects drawn from the W.A.R. archive and its community, followed by an afternoon workshop that will take the form of a participatory game. Speakers include Koorie Heritage Trust Inc, artists Irene Holub and Claudia Pharès and members from the W.A.R. Committee. We invite women and gender-diverse artists, especially of diverse cultural backgrounds, to join us for this one-day event. Spots are limited due to capacity restrictions, so get in quick! Bookings: https://www.womensartregister.org/news/common-threads
So exciting to launch the brand new SEVENTH Gallery in #Richmond! The 7th gallery to set up shop in #GertrudeStreet twenty years ago, this artist-run initiative has found a new home (thanks to the Yarra Arts team and the #RoomtoCreate program) in the former maternal and child health centre on Church St. Find it between the Citizens Park oval and the police station. Congratulations to Director, Diego Ramirez, and the Seventh board on making the big move and to the artists for their fabulous work - Jordan Azcune, Blu Fernandez Lennon and Sol Fernandez, Sean Miles, Bon Mott and Agnes Whalen.
Don’t miss out! Alex Walker’s latest solo show The Image Unfolds is only on at SEVENTH Gallery until the 22nd May Repost: @alex__walker__ ‘The Image Unfolds’ is open today 12-6pm, 21 Easey St, Collingwood 💌 These light-based interventions encourage a particular way of seeing which highlights architectural features and phenomenological encounters with the space itself. In The Image Unfolds, architecture becomes a lens through which to view the world, much like the eye of a camera which is directed by bodily movement. This exhibition is presented in partnership with the Centre for Projection Art, Artist in Residence Program.
Alex Walker | The Image Unfolds . Opening tonight 6-8pm at SEVENTH Gallery 21 Easey St, Collingwood Exhibition until 22 May . In The Image Unfolds, architecture is a lens through which to view the world, much like the eye of a camera which is directed by bodily movement. Images become expanded and unfixed, shifting and changing, four walls become a frame if you look hard enough; then the image will unfold. . Centre for Projection Art is delighted to partner with @seventhgallery for this exhibition opening Wednesday and continuing until 22 May. . Alex is currently a Centre for Projection Art Artist in Residence, proudly supported by the Victorian Government through @creative_vic and the Besen Family Foundation. . #residency #centreforprojectionart #centreforprojectionartresidencyprogram Yarra City Council Creative Victoria #besenfamilyfoundation #seventhgallery SEVENTH Gallery
Alex Walker | The Image Unfolds . Presented from 29 April – 22 May Launch Wed 28 April 6-8pm SEVENTH Gallery 21 Easey St, Collingwood . Alex Walker is a practising visual artist and writer from Naarm/Melbourne, working primarily with photography, installation and unfixed images to create work which stimulates spatial perception and memory in response to architectural elements present within the gallery and beyond. She completed her BFA & Honours at the Victorian College of the Arts and holds a Masters of Art Curatorship from the University of Melbourne. . This exhibition is presented in partnership with the Centre for Projection Art, Artist in Residence Program. . The Centre for Projection Art, Artist in Residence Program is currently supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and the Besen Family Foundation. . #residency #centreforprojectionart #centreforprojectionartresidencyprogram Yarra City Council Creative Victoria #besenfamilyfoundation #seventhgallery SEVENTH Gallery
Alex Walker | The Image Unfolds . Presented from 29 April – 22 May Launch: Wed 28 April 6-8pm . In The Image Unfolds, architecture is a lens through which to view the world, much like the eye of a camera which is directed by bodily movement. Images become expanded and unfixed, shifting and changing, four walls become a frame if you look hard enough; then the image will unfold. . This exhibition is presented in partnership with the Centre for Projection Art, Artist in Residence Program. . #residency #centreforprojectionart #centreforprojectionartresidencyprogram Yarra City Council Creative Victoria #besenfamilyfoundation #seventhgallery SEVENTH Gallery
As a visual artist for the last 15 years, I have worked in spaces across Yarra and beyond - The Foundry, Conical, Yarra Sculpture Gallery, Gertrude Contemporary, Seventh, Schoolhouse Studios, Cromwell Studios, to name a few. The saddest thing about that list, is the majority of those spaces don't exist in Yarra anymore. Artists, arts orgs and live music venues are feeling the squeeze in Yarra - even more in 2020 than before - and the Council needs to do everything it can to ensure that Yarra remains a vibrant place for diverse artists to develop and show work, and for audiences to encounter art and live music. In the lead up to this election, it was exciting to be on the other side of the fence, helping to write Yarra's Arts and Culture Policy. Two really exciting aspects of the policy are our commitment to support repurposing Council properties Yarra's creative sector; and to push to increase the number and size of creative grants available in recognition of the influx of artists and arts organisations in Yarra, the increasing costs of developing and producing work, and the need to support larger scale projects to support Yarra’s developing reputation as a creative city. On top of that I will continue to advocate for the crucial role of artists and small to medium arts organisations in the Australian arts landscape. I will speak out against Federal and State funding cuts to the small-to-medium sector in particular. And finally, I will work with the State and Federal Government to ensure that exciting, new and challenging work is developed and presented in the City of Yarra. Check out the Yarra Greens Arts & Culture Policy in the link below, and let us know how else we can support a thriving, bursting-with-life cultural scene in Yarra! Bus Projects​ Liquid Architecture​ West Space Bad Apples Music Barpirdhila Foundation Collingwood Yards​ Abbotsford Convent​ SEVENTH Gallery​ Schoolhouse Studios​ Aphids​ Andy Butler PBS FM 3CR​ National Association for the Visual Arts​ The Tote Yah Yah's Bar Open Grace Darling Hotel Schoolhouse Studios #lg2020 #yarravotes