Exhibitions at Incinerator Gallery
Incinerator Gallery hosts an exciting and diverse program of exhibitions year round.
There are three unique gallery spaces within Incinerator including the Main Gallery, the Atrium and Boadle Hall Community Gallery.
You can view our January to August 2020 program here.
We’ve created a new mural in Strathmore! Strathmore based artists Eva Giannoulidis and Jasper Killick have worked with students from local schools to create a new mural on the underpass at Pascoe Avenue, Strathmore.
6 August 2020 - 16 August 2020
Social Justice Art for Teens online exhibition is a time capsule of young people in Moonee Valleys experiences and perceptions through the COVID- 19 pandemic. It provides a glimpse into the concerns of young people and how this time has affected them.
10 November 2020 - 29 November 2020
Initially intended as a non-figurative portrait project exploring the lives of ancestors that lived within the Moonee Valley City Council area; both the onset of COVID-19 and the aspects of family research that called to her insistently, have seen Anzara’s exhibition focus turn to family identity and inheritance across a number of domains
Exhibitions opening soon at Incinerator Gallery.
8 December 2020 - 17 January 2021
Fireworks 2020: Art and Design by emerging young creatives The Incinerator Gallery Fireworks exhibition is Moonee Valley’s annual art and design award for Years 11 and 12 students who live, work or study in Moonee Valley. Fireworks 2020 now aligns with the end of the school year to mark students’ massive achievements in art and design, and…
- Past Exhibitions
28 August 2020 - 1 November 2020
The Incinerator Art Award is Moonee Valley’s premier visual arts prize attracting artists from across Australia to respond to the Award’s call to action – art for social change. Throughout the month-long call for entries the gallery received a high number of submissions and the selection committee with Dr Kent Wilson (Senior Curator, La Trobe Art Institute), has shortlisted 22 works to be finalists.
23 June 2020 - 26 July 2020
In Musings we celebrate the personal significance of artmaking for artists within the Moonee Valley community.
Some artists in this exhibition create as an avenue for self-reflection; a way to process and ponder life experience, celebrate family connections, or better understand the inner workings of the mind. Others view creative practice as a way to intently observe the natural environment in order to contemplate nature, ecology and sustainable living. For others, art is synonymous with education, with art classes viewed as an opportunity to gain skills as well as foster community connections. At the core of all of the works in Musings is the belief that the process of making art elevates the activity of the mind and creates an internal, private space to reflect on art and life.
27 May 2020 - 3 June 2020
Silent Witness: A Window to the Past. is a powerful body of work, originally developed in collaboration with Melbourne Museum, that tells the stories of People and Country through the photographic portraiture of scar trees from Wotjobaluk Country by Gunditjmara Elder, and Moonee Valley resident, Uncle Jim Berg.
5 February 2020 - 16 March 2020
Bright Sparks is a presentation of art and design work by young creatives who in 2019 were undertaking their VCE and live, work or study in Moonee Valley.
This exhibition is facilitated by Incinerator Gallery and proudly presented at Ascot Vale Library, Avondale Heights Library, Flemington Library, and Niddrie Youth Hub.
21 January 2020 - 1 March 2020
Deaf Culture is being portrayed through spatial movements of Auslan, our sign language in the form of paper/fabric sculpture pieces that pop off the wall and trail into a crowd. We are conversing in a Deaf club room talking about memories of living in the 1980’s before mobile phones and social media when we relied on the old teletype phone and the Austext on television.
The Billboard Project is a series of large format photographic billboards that create unexpected public galleries in and around the Keilor Road Shops in Niddrie.
The locations can be discovered around Wallace Mall, and they connect to the billboard in the front garden of the Incinerator Gallery.
These public sites feature changing exhibitions by some of Melbourne's best contemporary artists. Elvis Richardson, Clare Rae, Zoe Croggon, Petrina Hicks, Mike Read, Genevieve Grieves, Dianne Jones, James Voller and Steven Rhall have all exhibited in these spaces.
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