3331 - a place to encounter multiple expressions
Based in the renovated Rensei Junior High School 3331 Arts Chiyoda creates a space in which leading artists and creatives have the freedom to present their diverse expressions. 3331 brings together cutting edge art with the familiar everyday.
The first floor gallery presents an exciting range of exhibitions highlighting 3331s unique vision of the art scene. 3331 aims to break the barrier of inaccessibility often associated with art museums and instead create an art space which everyone can enter at ease, including a wide range of spaces which visitors can enjoy for free. While walking throughout the arts centre you can sense the creative energy which makes up 3331 through the diverse range of artists and creative practitioners based here.
3331 is an active space hosting a wide range of events and exhibitions and transmitting a new form expression not only as a hub for Tokyo, but also acting as a hub which links Japans various regions and that of wider Asia, with the objective of forming an international base for a new kind of art.
c3 is a non-profit contemporary art space located within the basement of the historic Abbotsford Convent building. Forming a key element to the Convents arts, cultural and education precinct, the gallery presents an innovative and engaging approach to the presentation of contemporary exhibitions, across all forms of artistic practice. Situated in an iconic building with a ground level entrance facing heritage gardens and the Yarra River, c3 offers a unique platform for contemporary community culture.
Off the Kerb is a Melbourne-based Artist Run Initiative, which fosters and exhibits Australian and International Artists, Curators, Designers and Sound Producers. Founded by Shini Pararajasingham in 2007, Off the Kerb is run by a small group of creative minds.
Located in the heart of Collingwood, Off the Kerb offers Melbourne a unique gathering of experimental and commercial contemporary art and creative practices. The small team nurtures emerging artists, helping them further develop their practice. This is where we are unique, as we are a developmental space, we focus on propelling new and upcoming talent further into the public arena. The committees continuous professional development is an additional core competency of Off the Kerb.
We are an ARI that is constantly moving forward in Melbournes art scene.
Opening Hours are Thurs & Fri 12:30pm-6pm, Sat & Sun 12-5pm. Entry is Free
Trocadero Art Space is an artist-run initiative located in the heart of Footscray - 5 minutes from Melbourne's CBD.
Trocadero Art Space presents an annual exhibition calendar of new and contemporary art with a focus on presenting a diverse program of engaging and high-quality exhibitions across its three exhibition spaces.
Established in the mid 1970s as the first institutionally supported experimental art space in Australia, the George Paton soon became a model for an emerging network of alternative spaces and centres for contemporary art in Australia. The gallerys exhibition programs forecast emerging trends in; alternative practice, experimentation with new and hybrid media, the phenomenon of the curator, and the return of painting whilst an exceptional lecture program allowed audiences access to new philosophical and theoretical ideas by leading international and local thinkers, writers and artists.
Since 1994 the Gallery program has continued the visual vibrancy of past years supporting and showcasing student and emerging artists artwork from a variety of tertiary institutions and backgrounds. The GPG today exhibits artists with new ideas, and those who are pushing the boundaries and contexts of art. The gallery and its staff are dedicated to assisting young artists and curators to manifest their creative ideas, providing a hands-on experience of exhibiting and curating in a gallery setting.
Established in 1974, Footscray Community Arts Centre is widely acknowledged as Australias leading centre for contemporary arts and community engagement. We are a unique place of learning and sharing where the dynamic between community, culture and contemporary art is explored and celebrated.
Not An Alternative is a hybrid arts collective and non-profit organization with a mission to affect popular understandings of events, symbols, and history. We curate and produce interventions on immaterial and material space, leveraging the tools of architecture, exhibit design, branding, and public relations. Programs are hosted at a variety of venues, including our Brooklyn-based gallery No-Space (formerly known as The Change You Want to See Gallery).
Studio International was first published in April 1893 under the title The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art. It rapidly established itself as one of the most successful fine art periodicals in the English-speaking world. Among others, it featured the work of the illustrator Aubrey Beardsley who even designed an elegant cover and the architects Charles Rennie Mackintosh and CFA Voysey. It was one of the first art magazines to adopt photomechanical reproduction, a process that would dominate art publishing for a century.
The Incinerator Gallery has a dynamic program of exhibitions, workshops, resident artists and other happenings.
As one of the worlds largest publicly available source for artists' books, Printed Matter is an important voice in a vibrant and expanding field. At the heart of their mission is a longstanding open submission process, inviting artists and independent publishers to submit their books for sale at Printed Matter. PM circulate over 32,000 publications annually on behalf of artists and small presses through their non-profit store in Chelsea, their online catalog and other distribution channels. With a commitment to representing and engaging a diverse community of artists, Printed Matter is in many cases one of the few outlets for artist-made publications on the peripheries of mainstream distribution networks.