The Studio Gallery is dedicated to showcasing the works of Salamanca Arts Centre’s Resident Artists in Studios.
The Studio Gallery is located on Level 2 of the Morrison Building, and surrounded on all sides by Artists Studios.
The Studio Gallery is part of SAC’s subsidised Access Galleries program and is available to artists who are current Residents of SAC or who have had a Residency in the past 12 months (including in the Short Term Studio | Space 238). This gallery space enables SAC’s Resident Artists to exhibit for month-long periods and provides visitors the opportunity to see work created behind the closed studio doors.
Find out more about SAC’s Resident Artists in Studios HERE
Conditions of Hire
Please note: The Capacity of this Venue has been reduced as a result of Covid-19 Restrictions relating to Gatherings, Physical Distancing and Density Limits. As these Restrictions are subject to change, please contact the Venues Manager via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Venue Hire Rates
SAC Resident Artists
FREE per Month
CLICK HERE to view the available dates in the Studio Gallery Calendar.
The Studio Gallery is FULL for 2020
SAC is not currently seeking applications for this period
Studio Gallery Program
Salamanca Arts Centre presents the following SAC Resident Artists:
December 2019 / January 2020 : Island Connections by Katherine Cooper
February 2020 Our-Self by Rosie Hastie, Brooke Stevens, Bree Sanders, Cassie Sullivan and Sarah Williams
March 2020 : Older Than Language : SAC’s Major Curated Exhibition 2020
April 2020 : GALLERY CLOSED
May 2020 : GALLERY CLOSED
June / July 2020 : Older Than Language : SAC’s Major Curated Exhibition 2020
August 2020 : SAC Resident Artist Group Exhibition
September 2020 :
October 2020 : Michaye Boulter
November 2020 : Nolan Art Students K-12 Students
December 2020 / January 2021 : Katherine Cooper
Please contact the Venues Manager via email for more detailed information on the Venue Hire Rates and charges associated with the hire of the Studio Gallery.
Image Credit: Ping Chen.