The exhibition space Assembly Point offers a fantastic opportunity for visual artists to curate and exhibit their scuptural and 3d works in the centre of Melbourne's Arts Precinct!
FREE for individuals, students and unfunded organisations. Now taking expresions of interest for 2018. Click here to submit your EOI!
Creative professionals working in any medium or discipline are encouraged to apply. However, due to the nature of the space three-dimensional and sculptural works best suited and preferred over two-dimensional hanging works.
Located at 152 Sturt St Southbank, Assembly Point comprises of five glass vitrines lining the walkway between Sturt Street and Moore Street.
The space is accessible 24/7 and sits at the centre of Melbourne's Arts Precinct adjacent to Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and National Gallery of Victoria (NGV International) and opposite the National Institute of Performing Art’s (NIDA) Melbourne hub.
Creative professionals working in any visual medium are encouraged to apply, however, due to the nature of the space, sculptural and three-dimensional works are preferred.
Creative Spaces accepts applications from individuals or groups with or without a curator.
Exhibtion periods are 4 weeks.
Exhibitions to date:
when the frame looms greater...
4 November - 8 Decmeber 2017
Around the Table - Presented by RMIT University, School of Art, Gold & Silversmithing and Ceramics
Part of Craft Cubed Festival
28 July - 20 September 2017
Disparate Lands - Presented by Arts Project Australia and Creative Spaces
Part of CLIMARTE's ART + CLIMATE = CHANGE 2017 festival
27 April - 17 July 2017
Paraphrase - curated by Amelia Winata
23 February - 19 April 2017
Adam John Cullen
For individuals, not-for-profits and community groups may be eligible for a discounted rate.
Commercial applicants are welcome, price upon application.
- Applicants must conduct a site visit (accessible 24/7)
- All five display cases must be used for the term of the exhibition.
- Display cases are lit with on/off capacity for lighting only.
- Display cases do not have power supply.
- Display cases are subject to weather conditions including full sun.