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Past exhibitions

2019

Figure in the Round

In this exhibition Atchison explores the ways in which the sculptural conventions of stability, opacity and monumentality can be used to reflect one’s personal narrative, and can inform both how one sees and is seen.

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Cut from the same cloth

Textiles are so embedded in everyday life that their significance is easily overlooked. Betty Musgrove draws inspiration from her families textile and photographic collection, interviews with family, and personal symbols to celebrate and explore skills taught within the domestic sphere through a contemporary lens.

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Hospitality

The Incinerator Gallery is proud to present an extravaganza of food and art for this year’s summer show, Hospitality. Exploring local culinary specialties, food producers and social enterprises this exhibition highlights our cultural ties to food and its role in creating shared values and a sense of belonging.

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Fireworks 2019

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…

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Ready, Set, Equity! Women and girls in sport

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…

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Lily Kojic

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…

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2018

Summer Show: Woven Together

Every year the Incinerator Gallery celebrates creativity in the community with the Summer Show.

This year the Summer Show: Woven Together will celebrate the fruits of textile workshops held throughout the year at Flemington Community Centre and the Incinerator Gallery.

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2017

Midsumma: Convergent Pathologies

This group exhibition by trans and gender diverse (TGD) artists from Melbourne explores the experiences of TGD people living with mental illness: from making choices to resist against or comply with being pathologised, to negotiating multiple identities and realities.

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2016

Mudsumma: All you need is love

All You Need Is Love is an exhibition by Lisa White that originated from her original project, in support of marriage equality, the In Bed Project and is a exploration of love, equality and family.

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2015

Beg Borrow Steal

This exhibition explores the many different ways in which people are stimulated by other cultures. The works display a fascination with other cultures and draw on the other worldly experience of travel.

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2014

Fireworks: Art and Design by Bright Young Things 2014

Fireworks was established in 2013 for VCE art and design students who live or go to school in Moonee Valley and was a huge success for the gallery and the community. In 2014 we are celebrating another bumper crop of young talent with a professional-level exhibition from our local bright young things.

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2013

Nightwatch: Urban Nocturnes and the Power of Narrative

This is an exhibition that examines photography’s ability to document the world and inspire the viewer. The exhibition comprises of a selection of photographic nocturnes that reflect many of the vistas in Australia’s suburbia. Under the cover of darkness the city is transformed and people are empowered to imagine new possibilities for the spaces they inhabit. There is space for personal narratives among the cars, roads, industry and architecture.

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