Don't miss the final Art History Talk for 2017 with 'An introduction to themes and practices in Australian Indigenous Art since 1971' on Monday, 28 November.
The final exhibition for 2016, will pay homage to the dedication of three of Moonee Valley's most prominent local artists, Judy Drew, Greg Smith and Mark Dober.
The Incinerator Art Award running until Sunday, 3 December.
Find out about exhibitions that are currently on or coming soon to the Incinerator Gallery.
A range of opportunities for the public to gain a deeper understanding of the curated exhibition program including talks, tours, music and poetry.
The Incinerator Gallery offers art courses for adults and school holiday workshops for children.
The Incinerator Gallery offers specialists workshops for adults and children.
Awards and opportunities to exhibit at the Incinerator Gallery in 2016 and 2017.
Information on VCE, High School and Primary School education programs held at the Gallery.
The Incinerator Art Award is the Incinerator's contemporary art prize with a $14,000 non-acquisitive prize pool.
Get involved in some engaging and colourful school holiday workshops at Incinerator Gallery
The Incinerator Gallery is the City of Moonee Valley's centre for visual arts. It hosts a program of curated exhibitions, art courses and public programs.
Visit our friendly and affordable community café, and enjoy the company of family and friends in the peaceful surroundings of this beautiful heritage building! More about Crown Street cafe
Moonee Valley City Council respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land - the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, their spirits, ancestors, elders and community members past and present.
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