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Bayside Gallery: Closed until further notice

In line with the reinstatement of Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions, Bayside Gallery is closed until further notice.

However, you can visit our current exhibition, Classy, online.

Fiona McMonagle: Classy

Bayside Gallery is a space for everybody to enjoy art. Our curated exhibition program gives residents and visitors the opportunity to engage with inspirational work from renowned Australian and International artists, as well as showcasing the incredible wealth of artists in the Bayside area.

We offer a program of art-related activities ranging from our popular ‘Great art detective’ for children, hands-on workshops, artist talks, ‘Connections: art and dementia’ program and visual thinking strategy classes for kindergartens and schools.

What's on at Bayside Gallery?

Fiona McMonagle, Classy

Bayside Gallery is now closed to the reinforcement of Stage 3 Restrictions. However, you can visit Fiona McMonagle's Classy online.

Melbourne-based artist Fiona McMonagle is well-known for her watercolours that probe the darker side of pedestrian life in the suburbs.



View the exhibition online

Opening Hours

The Bayside Gallery is closed due to the reinforcement of Stage 3 State Government COVID-19 restrictions.

Location

Corner Carpenter and Wilson streets, Brighton (entry on Wilson Street)

Getting to Bayside Gallery

By car

All day on street parking is available and a public car park is adjacent to Bayside Gallery on Wilson Street.

By public transport

Both Middle Brighton and North Brighton train stations are a 10-minute walk away. There is also a bus stop located outside Brighton Town Hall on Wilson Street, just over 100m away from the gallery.

Visit the Public Transport Victoria website for train and bus travel times.

Accessibility

Disabled parking is available and access to the main entrance is at street level via a small inclined ramp. Wheelchair access is available throughout Bayside Gallery.

Mobile audio guides

Vision Impaired visitors are able to use our mobile audio guides, which are available for selected exhibitions. Scan the code at Bayside Gallery's front desk to download the free izi.travel app from the app store, or visit izi.travel. Please contact Bayside Gallery prior to your visit to check which exhibitions have mobile audio guides.

Contact

Phone: (03) 9261 7111

Email: gallery [at] bayside.vic.gov.au (subject: Gallery%20enquiry)

Mail: PO Box 27, Sandringham VIC 3191

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