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Top Gallery

Dedicated to exhibiting the works of Emerging Artists, the Top Gallery is an intimate exhibition space infused with heritage character. This gallery is part of Salamanca Art Centre’s subsidised Access Galleries program and is offered to emerging artists who are Salamanca Arts Centre Associate Members on the acceptance of an exhibition proposal. This heavily subsidised gallery space enables Emerging Artists to exhibt, often for the first time as a solo artist, for month-long periods.  

The Top Gallery is located on Level 2, nestled beneath the Terrapin Puppet Theatre Workshop in the very attic of the Salamanca Arts Centre at the top of the stairs. The rough-cast, limewashed stone walls, exposed beams and wooden flooring offer a counter-point in form and texture to many types of work.


Applying for the Top Gallery

SAC Assesses applications for the Top Gallery twice annually, with the due dates for submissions as 30 April and 30 September each year (excluding special rounds).

APPLICATIONS HAVE CLOSED for 2018 / 2019
The Top Gallery Calendar for these years is now full. 

Please note: All Applications for the Top Gallery must be completed online. Paper submissions will not be accepted. For more details please contact the Venues Manager via email at venues@salarts.org.au


Applications for 2020 onwards

To be notified of the next Call for Applications for the Top Gallery, please complete the ALERT ME Online Form and you will be contacted once the next Call for Applications opens.


Conditions of Hire

For more information on the hire of the Top Gallery, including Venue Hire Rates and the Conditions of Hire, please DOWNLOAD the Top Gallery Conditions of Hire.


Venue Hire Rates

Exhibitions

Emerging Artists | Salamanca Arts Centre Associate Members:
$150 per month


Calendar

CLICK HERE to view the available dates in the Top Gallery Calendar.


Top Gallery Program

Salamanca Arts Centre presents the following Emerging Artists:

for 2019

January 2019: Colourfields of Memories by Catherine D’Orazio
February 2019: Borrowed Times by Brenda Blackman
March 2019: Anastasia Gardyne
April 2019: Naturalia by Samantha Dennis
May 2019: CHROMOPHOBIA; masculinity and self-presentation in contemporary society by Felicity Lovett
June 2018: Veiled Body by Nadia Refaei
July 2019: The band by Mara Argys
August 2019: Rahni Allan
September 2019: Nautical Nexus by Jacqui Ward
October 2019: Salamanca Arts Centre Emerging Artist Scholarship 
November 2019: Nolan Art Students K-12 & Adults
December 2019 / January 2020: Abigail Giblin


View ALL Top Gallery exhibitions HERE


Please contact the Venues Manager via email for more detailed information on the Venue Hire Rates and charges associated with the hire of the Top Gallery.


Image Credits:
MetaMatter (2014) by Nadege Philippe-Janon. Photograph by Craig Opie.
The Great Feast (2013) by Alex Davern. Photograph by Fiona Fraser.
DEJA (2011) by CJ Liaubon. Photograph by Fiona Fraser.
I Consume Therefore I Am (2014) by Michael Mitro. Photograph by Fiona Fraser.
Hugging Stranger (2015) by Lui Xianghua. Photograph by Fiona Fraser.
Me-Helen (2013) by Anna Cocks. Photograph by Fiona Fraser.

Upcoming Events

December 2018

FREE EVENT

Colourfields of Memories

8 December, 2018 - 31 January, 2019

Presented by Salamanca Arts Centre. An exhibition highlighting emerging artist Catherine D’Orazio‘s artistic process, the weaving and rearranging of memories through ritual, routine and reflection. “My practice is driven by process, weaving and rearranging memories…

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February 2019

FREE EVENT

Borrowed Times

2 February - 27 February

Presented by Salamanca Arts Centre. Everyone has a story. I’d like to borrow yours. A collection of portraits and stories by emerging artist Brenda Blackman. Tales, long and concise, from the…

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April 2019

FREE EVENT

Naturalia

5 April - 28 April

Presented by Salamanca Arts Centre. Launceston-based emerging artist Samantha Dennis presents a new series of sculptural works as a ‘cabinet of curiosities’; examining the bizarre and innate beauty of both…

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