Free Exhibition Spaces
There are a range of opportunities for visual artists to access free exhibition space within Darebin's facilities and projects. Below is a list of available spaces and information about how to express interest in exhibiting in them.
Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre Exhibition Space
Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre has an exhibition space suitable for wall mounted visual art. The space is has abundant natural light and is central to three of the venue’s most utilised rooms, ensuring a good cross section of exposure.
Read more about how to express interest in the Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre Exhibition Space.
Northcote Town Hall Glass Gallery
Northcote Town Hall’s Glass Gallery space is a large scale glass cabinet with three shelves and internal lighting, suitable for small to medium sized visual art, sculptures and installations. The space is located on the venue’s first floor in the thoroughfare of a high volume of public foot traffic.
Read more about how to express interest in the Northcote Town Hall Glass Gallery.
Darebin Arts’ projectarT hosts a broad program of commissioned work, public submissions and topical content, projected onto the South wall of Northcote Town Hall nightly when programmed. Artists interested in having digital, animated or photographic work screened on projectarT are encouraged to submit an expression of interest.
Read about how to submit an expression of interest to be screened in projectarT.
Darebin Libraries Art Spaces
Darebin Libraries have a dedicated gallery space and reading room in the Northcote branch, and display cases in their Fairfield and Reservoir branches.
Read about Darebin Libraries exhibition spaces and how to submit an expression of interest.
The Active Spaces in Darebin project offers ongoing opportunities for artists to display artworks in the windows of vacant shops in several major shopping strips around Darebin.
Read about Active Galleries and how to submit an expression of interest.