Public Programs and Events

We offer a range of public programs to provide opportunities to engage with art and culture.

Programs can be booked in person at the Gallery, online or telephone 03 8325 1750.

Art Club at the Incinerator Gallery


Connect with other people who share an interest in art over a cuppa and some biscuits

Whether you are a beginner or an art aficionado Art Club provides an informal opportunity to learn about art-isms, art movements and the artists who made them.

In this popular series artist Mark Dober and other guest presenters will share their favourite or most inspiring artworks and genres.

This provides the basis for a conversation where questions are welcomed as well as being a forum to recommend other exhibitions and art news.

The next Art Club will run from 11am to 12.30pm on Tuesday, 13 March. Register here!

Art Club will run on the following other Tuesdays in 2018:


Light refreshments are provided

Entry is FREE.

Book the entire series or casual attendance

Gallery Sketchers


Practice and refine your drawing skills at the iconic Incinerator Gallery. Join guest artists as they demonstrate drawing techniques, then find a comfortable place to sit and work on your own sketching.

Engage in this pleasant pastime while enjoying the company of others in a relaxed setting.

Participants are invited to come together at the session’s conclusion to view each other’s work over a cuppa.

The first Gallery Sketchers will run from 10.30am to 12pm on Wednesday, 14 March. Register here!

Gallery Sketchers will run on the following other Wednesdays in 2018:


Gallery Sketchers is free with light refreshments provided.

Paper and drawing materials are also provided.

Bookings preferred

Artist and Curator Talks

If you love the exhibition then come along to an artist and curator talk

Artist and curator talks are a great way to experience the gallery and share behind the scenes information about the artworks, artists and ideas conveyed in the exhibition.

Entry is FREE.

First Nations Pride: Decolonising sex and gender in conversation

Panel Discussion: Saturday, 20 January, 2-3.30pm

Join Black Magic curator Maddee Clark, panellists Laniyuk Garcon, Mark Nannup, and exhibiting artist Todd Fernando as they engage in a discussion that unpacks the effects of colonisation on Indigenous bodies and sexualities.

Drawing on the themes of resistance, stigmatisation and decolonisation present in Black Magic, this forward-focused discussion foregrounds the voices of First Nations peoples on the topic of First Nations bodies.  

Bookings are required and can be made here.

Last updated: Tuesday, 13 February 2018, 5:13 AM