The Incinerator Gallery hosts an exciting and diverse program of exhibitions year round. 

There are three unique gallery spaces within the Incinerator including the Main Gallery, the Atrium and Boadle Hall Community Gallery.

In 2019 there will be even more opportunities for the community to engage with visual arts with a variety of exhibitions and events that will take place across the neighbourhoods of Moonee Valley.

The Incinerator Gallery is open during exhibitions from Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 4pm, except public holidays. 

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Ode to Marion


Tracey Lamb, Noriko Nakamura, Yuria Okamura, Esther Stewart, Melanie Jayne Taylor and Meredith Turnbull

Opening: Friday, 7 June, 6pm–8pm 
Exhibition dates: Tuesday, 4 June – Sunday, 28 July
Artist talks: Saturday 27 July, 2pm

Ode to Marion pays homage to Marion Mahony Griffin’s often overlooked architectural and artistic legacy. 

The exhibition includes the works of female artists whose practices are informed by the fields of architecture and Modernism, inspired by Mahony Griffin’s oeuvre, her spirit as a pioneering woman and the design of the Incinerator building.

The opening night event will also feature guest speaker Australian artist and writer, Tai Snaith.

Image Credit: Meredith Turnbull, Cosmic will in gleams of air, 2019 (detail), digital collage.

Exhibitions at the Atrium  


Strategies to Slowing a Fall

Andrew Tetzlaff

Opening: Friday, 7 June, 6pm–8pm
Exhibition dates: Tuesday, 4 June – Sunday, 28 July
Artist talks: Saturday 27 July, 2pm

Andrew Tetzlaff’s practice looks at ways in which barely visible or the intangible energies—things such as the weight of air, the force of gravity or the warmth of light—mark and are revealed through material. 

By juxtaposing photomedia with simple objects or processes his work is an effort to poetically draw out and manifest the small complexities of the world around us. 'Strategies to Slowing a Fall' is a playful consideration of solidity and weight against the passage of deep time.

Image Credit: Andrew Tetzlaff, fieldwork image from Strategies to Slowing a Fall, 2019

Exhibitions at Boadle Hall Community Gallery  


That Was The Season That Was

Mike Read

Opening: Friday, 7 June, 6pm–8pm 
Exhibition dates: Tuesday, 4 June – Sunday, 21 July
Artist talks: Saturday 27 July, 2pm

That Was The Season That Was is an archive documenting and questioning the expulsion of 34 footballers from the Essendon Football Club in 2016.

It explores what it means to support a football club and how the fortunes of the club impact a community.

Image Credit: Mike Read, Court Room 4.2, County Court - Site of AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal

Last updated: Saturday, 25 May 2019, 4:26 AM