Exhibitions at the Incinerator Gallery
The Billboard Project
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.
Along Keilor Road, Niddrie VIC 3042 In this photographic series Amna Hamid documents the work of chef Seba Hadara from Cakesnplates. Ever since I was young, I’ve loved being in the kitchen. I learn through tactile experiences and hands on activities, and I realised my lack of motivation at school was an indication that I’m…Read More
Council Chambers, 9 Kellaway Ave, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039 Fireworks 2019 was originally exhibited at Incinerator Gallery to showcase the art and design of Year 11 and 12 students who live, work or study in Moonee Valley. Fireworks aims to provide a platform to display our local emerging artists and designers’ work, and to encourage…Read More
Avondale Heights Library and Learning Centre, 69 Military Road Avondale Heights VIC 3034 These profiles were been developed as part of the Ready, Set, Equity! project to increase the visibility, profile, representation and participation of girls and women in sport in Moonee Valley. The profiles – which were released at Moonee Valley’s Women and Girls…Read More
Clocktower Café Gallery, 750 Mt Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039 Create is an annual event that makes use of art’s expansive potential by providing consumers of mental health services with a platform to showcase their talent, perspective, and stories. It is one of a number of initiatives offered by the Inner West Area Mental…Read More
This series of paintings reference places we live or dwell in. The strong use of colour recalls children’s building blocks and our innate urge to create and build. Habitats are indicative of a particular time and place and the smaller acrylic works depict architectural details found locally in our neighborhood.Read More