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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 Sidedpace Gallery Information and Application Kit

View the Sidespace Gallery Availability


Venue Hire Rates

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.

Upcoming Events

December 2016


2 December - 14 December

photography | landscape | climate | arctic | ice Tasmanian photographer Arwen Dyer explores our emotional response to climate change, islands and environmental degradation. Her portrayals of the wilderness take us to Norway and New Zealand (where she was Artist in Residence) and to Iceland and Tasmania. She invites us to reflect on our threatened world. EXHIBITION DATES: Friday 2 – Wednesday 14 December 2016 OPENING HOURS: 9:00am – 4:00pm Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm Saturday 10:00am –…

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January 2017


6 January, 2017 - 16 January, 2017

Annette van Betlehem’s latest series of Tasmanian Landscape paintings forms a study of the vitality of water in the rainforest and geological landscape as it moves through changes of physical state, both on the ground as a mosaic of irrational design and in the air as wispy cloud caught under the forest canopy or sitting behind it. Mist forms a wall of reflected colour, the snow’s heavy burden becomes meltwater, frosty coldness evaporates with the south-west winds – water ceaselessly…

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