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 History Club

Facilitated by prominent local artist Mark Dober

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Connect with others with similar interests at Art History Club. Whether you are a novice or an art aficionado Art History Club provides an opportunity to share what you know, gain new knowledge and learn about art in a supportive environment.

This is a free program

Includes light refreshments.

Monday 16 October - Book online
Monday 20 November

Contact the Incinerator Gallery on 03 8325 1750 if you would like more information about this program or to book your place.
 

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.

This is a free program

Prime Movers

Saturday, 4 August at 1pm

Incinerator Art Award

Saturday, 28 October at 1pm

 

INLAND Concert Series

Inland 17.C: The Two are Sometimes Given Separately

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In the tradition of the Quiet Music Festival that ran at the Incinerator from 2008 - 2010, the gallery will host three of the INLAND concert series that, to date, has attracted audiences from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

Programmed by the directors Rohan Drape and Alexander Garsden, the INLAND concert series presents experimental and exploratory music from artists spanning notated, improvised, electro- acoustic, popular music and interdisciplinary sound practices.

The third and final concert in the series performed is entitled INLAND 17.C: THE TWO ARE SOMETIMES GIVEN and sees INLAND collaborate with Artist Film Workshop - a Melbourne-based laboratory and collective of artists whose work investigates numerous contemporary and experimental approaches to film and film-based image.  

Together they present a program of works concerned with the intersection of sound and vision, and accompanied by the work of exploratory musicians including James Rushford, Erkki Veltheim, and Rohan Drape.

Tickets $15 per person

Includes light refreshments on arrival

 Concert  Date and Time Tickets

INLAND 17.C:

The Two are Sometimes Given Separately 

 Friday, 22 September at 7pm

 Book online

 

 
 

 

Last updated: Wednesday, 13 September 2017, 10:49 PM