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Bayside Local 2023-24

Exhibition dates: 15 November 2023 - 25 February 2024

Bayside Local 

Now in its sixth year, Bayside Local is a much-anticipated annual exhibition that celebrates the high calibre of work produced by artists who live and work in the Bayside area.

Bayside Local presents an eclectic and energising array of works that range from traditional landscape painting to intriguing textile pieces, photographic images and experimental ceramic forms. Come and experience this showcase of our incredible local talent for yourself at Bayside Gallery.

Painting of geometric shapes in pastel swirl
Image credit: Antoinette Ferwerda, Boston City gossamer 2023, 164 x 154 cm. Courtesy the artist


Elly Abrat-Udvary, Graeme Altmann, Fiona Austin, Drasko Boljevic, Penny Chadwick, Marion Chapman, Guillaume Dillee, Magdalena Dmowska, Ilan El, Antoinette Ferwerda, Karen Hopkins, Masa Hoss, Nicole Kemp, Tricia Dijkers Kidd, Ilona Kiss, Anne-Marie Kuter, Meredith Marshallsea, Eddie Moses, Gina Pontelandolfo, Cielo Quintero, Jan Rizzo, Toni Roberts, Josephine Rowbury, Setken, Jacquelyn Stephens, John Street and Donna Wynnemer, Jill Symes, Debbie Symons, Jo Taylor, Carmel Wallace, Neil Wallace, David White, Pam Wragg

Exhibition dates:

16 November 2023 - 25 February 2024

Bayside Local panel discussion:

Come along to Bayside Gallery for a panel discussion with Bayside Local artists Debbie Symons, Drasko Boljevic, Fiona Austin, and Graeme Altmann to learn about their artistic journey.

Date: 17 February 2024
Time: 2–3pm
Location: Bayside Gallery, Brighton Town Hall, Cnr of Carpenter and Wilson streets, Brighton VIC 3186

Learn more about our panel discussion.

Bayside Gallery is open:

Wednesday to Friday 11am–5pm

Saturday & Sunday 1–5pm

Gallery details:

Address: Bayside Gallery, Brighton Town Hall, Cnr of Carpenter and Wilson streets, Brighton VIC 3186


Phone: 03 9261 7111


Banner image credit: Drasko Bolejvic, Blind Man's Buff (detail) 2021, inkjet giclée print, 68 x 83 cm. Courtesy the artist