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Sidespace Gallery

IMG_3588-1024x682The Sidespace Gallery is a professional exhibition space that is accessible and affordable for solo artists and small group exhibitions. This gallery is part of Salamanca Art Centre’s subsidised Access Galleries program and is offered to Salamanca Arts Centre Associate Members on the acceptance of an exhibition proposal.

A quirky gallery with perfect proportions, the Sidespace Gallery is the gallery of favour for artists wishing to exhibit contemporary work in the public domain. Selected applicants are offered reasonable rates for this outstanding exhibition space. Facilities include contemporary track lighting, demountable hanging panels, lift access and a heritage servery table.

 

Hiring the Sidespace Gallery

Application Process

Download the Sidespace Gallery Information and Application Kit

View the Sidespace Gallery Availability

 

Venue Hire Rates

Exhibitions
Salamanca Arts Centre Associate Members: $55 per day / $250 per week

 

Please contact the Venues Coordinator for more detailed information on the Venue Hire Rates and charges associated with the hire of the Sidespace Gallery.

 

Image Credits:
Osmosis (2010). Photograph by Fiona Fraser.

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March 2017
FREE

Displaced

10 March - 27 March

In Displaced, zoomorphic creatures inhabit a corner of post-war Europe. Through the creatures, Nina Keri explores her grandmother’s experience of war, displacement and the fracturing of maternal lines. “There is a photo of a Christmas play at the Russian Club. Four children dressed as various animals look out at us. Behind them stands a tall ominous St Nikolas in a smiling mask. Behind him a huge Russian flag fills the background. They are lit by a startling globe of light…

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FREE

Desolata

31 March - 16 April

Diabolical Ceramicist, Kim Foale and Intrepid Artist at Large Philadelphia Hanson-Viney combine to bring you Desolata. Scanographs by Hanson-Viney fill the walls of the Sidespace Gallery with a brooding energy, darkly complementing the slip cast and hand built sculptural ceramics of Foale. “My work reflects on nature as a mesh of growing, decaying, distorting and transforming objects feeding into one another. I focus on the small things and the remnants: dead plant matter, insects, bones, dirt, dust which become the basis…

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April 2017
FREE

Coastal Fissures

19 April - 26 April

Coastal Fissures by Audrey Durbridge brings together a body of work that explores the shoreline of Southern Tasmania’s Barrett’s Bay. The focus is on the narrow and eroded embankment and its gradual shift in appearance and formation as it yields to the incessant tides and increased water wash. Driftwood is washed ashore and tree roots are increasingly exposed as the bank crumbles and retreats. “I have looked closely at these textures and responded with work that seeks to reveal the…

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FREE

forget me not

27 April - 1 May

Contrasting works of painting and botanical illustration linked through a connection to the colonial history of Tasmania. Leonie Brothers’ works are of plants introduced by the early settlers, in the hope of recreating their English homeland. This desire for a sense of home is explored in Bronwen Jones’ works which primarily depicts Georgian architecture. VENUE: Sidespace Gallery EXHIBITION DATES: Thursday 27 April – Monday 1 May 2017 OPENING TIMES: Thursday 27 April 2017, 10:00am – 4:00pm Friday 28 April 2017,…

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May 2017
FREE

Doing Time, Oatlands Gaol Residency

3 May - 8 May

An exhibition of paintings that explores our relationship with time and history through the buildings we inhabit, preserve or abandon. A 2017 Glover Prize finalist, the contemporary realist Henrietta Manning, has been working in the Tasmanian Southern Midlands since September 2015 through the Oatlands Gaol Artist in Residence Program.  Painted from inside historical buildings, empty interiors that are atmospheric time capsules contrast with the often vibrant very personal interiors of private homes, while long thin landscapes give a sense of…

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