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Visiting Bayside Gallery

Bayside Gallery is currently closed as we prepare for the launch of our upcoming exhibition, Ellen José Art Award for young women, on 2 July.

However, you can still visit Adrian Spurr: Relics at Billilla Gardens until 31 July.

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About Bayside Gallery

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.

Now showing

Adrian Spurr: Relics

27 February – 31 July

Adrian Spurr’s series of carved stone sculptures will be on display in the historic Billilla gardens.

Adrian Spurr stands next to his sculpture of a head located at Billilla gardens.

Upcoming exhibition

Ellen Jose Art Award

2 July to 28 August 2022

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Ellen José (1951-2017) was a pioneer in Australia's urban Indigenous art movement and a radical activist and social justice campaigner. Managed by Bayside Gallery, the Ellen José Art Award is a partnership between the Ellen José Memorial  Foundation and Bayside City Council and aims to provide support to young female artists in the early stages of their career. Six finalists have been selected from 400 entries and an exhibition of their works will take place in 2022 at Bayside Gallery. The six finalists artists are Moorina Bonini (VIC), Elham Eshraghian-Haakansson (WA), Nadia Hernández (NSW),  Hannah Gartside (VIC), Annika Romeyn (ACT) and Emma Singer (NT).

Find out more about the Ellen Jose Art Award.

Opening Hours

Bayside Gallery is open at the following times.

Wednesday - Friday 11am - 5pm

Saturday & Sunday 1pm - 5pm

The Gallery is closed on all Victorian Public holidays and in between exhibitions. Please review our exhibition dates before visiting.

COVIDSafe measures

Protecting the health of our visitors is paramount and we have implemented a range of hygiene and physical distancing measures in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Victorian Government.

These include providing hand sanitisers at the entry point, and social distancing within the gallery space.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Getting to Bayside Gallery

Location

Located at Brighton Town Hall, Corner Carpenter and Wilson streets, Brighton (entry on Wilson Street)

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.

Contact

Phone: (03) 9261 7111

Email: gallery@bayside.vic.gov.au

Mail: PO Box 27, Sandringham VIC 3191

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