Contemporary Art Space

The Australian War Memorial commemorates the sacrifice of Australian men and women who have served in war, through its ceremonial areas, extensive exhibitions and research facilities. The focus of commemoration is the Hall of Memory, together with the Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier, the Pool of Reflection and the Roll of Honour that lists the names of over 102,000 Australians who have died in war.

The Memorial is internationally recognised for its exhibitions, that cover over 12,000 square metres, which present stories of Australia's military history from colonial times to...
Canberra Contemporary Art Space is a vibrant centre for the experience of contemporary art which presents a curated program of exhibitions and events by Australian and international artists. It also provides professional support for ACT based artists. In a national context, CCAS is one of a network of fifteen organisations, known as CAOS (Contemporary Art Organisations Australia) based in each of the State and Territory capitals of Australia with a charter to present the best in contemporary art practice.CCAS operates three venues in two separate locations: CCAS Gorman House and CCAS Cube at...
The ANU Canberra School of Art Gallery is a public art space which performs an intergrated and critical function within the CSA community. It also plays and instructional and educational role for the broader campus of the Australian National University and the ACT community. The gallery co-ordinates the foyer gallery as an access gallery in which community groups, local and visiting artists, school staff and students can exhibit.Artwork from the school, international and international visiting artists.
Artspace is a changing exhibition venue space and educational resource. It focuses on contemporary visual art practices with an emphasis on conceptual works, installation practices, multi media and multidisciplinary works which explore technology, film, video and performance. It manages four studios and maintains an extensive and continuously updated research archive of Australian and international catalogues, magazines and other material relating to visual cultural practices.
The Sir Hermann Black Gallery & Sculpture Terrace is owned and run by the University of Sydney Union. The University of Sydney Union is unique in New South Wales in being the only student body to maintain a gallery, sculpture terrace and a large art collection. The Gallery & Sculpture Terrace was established in 1994, and is located on the main campus of Australia's first university, the University of Sydney.

The Gallery runs a regular exhibition program of contemporary Australian and international art, as well as exhibitions of selected works from the Union's 90 year old...
Umbrella studio is a Townsville based visual arts organisation which supports contemporary art practice in North Queensland. Through a regular program of exhibitions, workshops, artist talks, films, multimedia and performance art events.
Set in 63 hectares of natural bushland, the Bribie Islands Community Arts Centre has a collection of permanent artwork. It also has changing exhibitions of contemporary painting and craft work.Studies from both Dale Marsh Bribie island Murals, Aboriginal and local artefacts, gifted works from past members. Mathew Flinders Bicentenary Memorabilia.
The Institute of Modern Art is a Contemporary Art Space located in the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley. Our program features temporary exhibitions that change approximately every six weeks, in four galleries and a screening room. We also present lectures and artist talks, publish artist monographs, history and theory texts, and host artists in residence.Temporary exhibitions only - no collection
The University of South Australia Art Museum is one of a national group of university museums and galleries. The Art Museum presents original exhibitions of mostly contemporary art, craft and design, including architecture, as well as presenting touring exhibitions and conducting acquisition, publication and forum programs. The Museum works to enrich the University's educational contribution to its own student and academic communities and to strengthen the University's community role in fostering the arts.The University of South Australia Art Collection is is developed and managed through the...
Based in the Adelaide Central School of Art, Adelaide Central Gallery began in 1987 as an artist-run exhibition space. Its programme includes the work of well known and emerging artists in all media from both Adelaide and interstate. The exhibitions are managed by a gallery director. Exhibiting painters, sculptors, printmakers, craftspeople and photographers give informal lectures in the gallery on a regular basis. These sessions provide unique insights, especially for students, into the development of an artist's life and work.
Centre for Contemporary Photography promotes photo-based art and its interconnections with wider art practices, life and ideas. Through a range of programs, the Centre encourages audience access to and critical with contemporary photographic culture. Features exhibitions in 4 galleries, changing on a monthly basis, lectures by keynote speakers, regular forums and seminars on topical issues, cultural exchanges and off-site events, as well as classes and practical workshops for artists. A range of postcards and publications are also available.
The Araluen Centre for Arts and Entertainment, a modern complex built in 1984 is the focal point of Alice Springs performing and visual arts.There are four major art galleries in the Araluen Centre. The program of exhibitions includes contemporary Aboriginal art (particularly from the Central Desert Region) and contemporary art by Northern Territory and other Australian artists.Contemporary Australian art collected since 1971 in Central Australia. A large portion of the collection comprises of Aboriginal art produced in Central Australia including works from the Hermannsberg school of...