Offsite exhibitions

Offsite exhibition projects 

The Billboard Project

The Billboard Project is a series of large format photographic billboards that create unexpected public galleries in and around the Keilor Road Shops in Niddrie.

The locations can be discovered around Wallace Mall, and they connect to the billboard in the front garden of the Incinerator Gallery.

These public sites feature changing exhibitions by some of Melbourne's best contemporary artists. Elvis Richardson, Clare Rae, Zoe Croggon, Petrina Hicks, Mike Read, Genevieve Grieves, Dianne Jones, James Voller and Steven Rhall have all exhibited in these spaces.

Kent Morris

30 May – 23 September

Kent Morris art practice reveals the continued presence and patterns of Aboriginal history and culture in the contemporary Australian landscape, despite colonial interventions that have irreversibly altered the environment.

Through his artworks he is reconstructing the shapes and structures of the built environment to reflect the rhythms, shapes of and geometric designs of the Australia's First People.
The interaction of native birds and the built environment reflects continual changes to ecological systems and the natural environment. Learning from the rhythm and habits of native birds in urban spaces, he experiences how birds have adapted to the built environment, to technology and colonialism, reflecting the ways in which Indigenous cultures survive and adapt.
The locations of the photographs map Kent’s connections to Country which centre around where he lives and work, my ancestral Country, family and cultural exchange.
Kent Morris is represented by Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne.


Cultural ReflectionsUp Above #2, 2016    
Boon Wurrung (St Kilda) – Rainbow Lorikeet       
Incinerator Gallery, 180 Holmes Road, Aberfeldie 3040 


Cultural Reflections – Up Above #2, 2016
Boon Wurrung (St Kilda) – Magpie.                     
Wallis Mall, 457 Keilor Rd, Niddrie, VIC 3042 


Cultural Reflections – Up Above #2, 2016   
Barkindji (Broken Hill) – Mallee Ringneck            
Muse Hair, 342A Keilor Rd, Niddrie, VIC 3042


Cultural Reflections – Up Above #2, 2016          
Boon Wurrung (St Kilda) – Noisy Miner               
7-ELEVEN, 387 Keilor Rd, Niddrie VIC 3042 

The Clocktower Gallery


Fireworks 2019
International Women’s Day

Wednesday, 8 May – Wednesday, 3 July

This exhibition is a celebration of young people’s creativity throughout Moonee Valley.

Fireworks 2019 was originally exhibited at Incinerator Gallery to showcase the art and design of Year 11 and 12 students who live, work or study in Moonee Valley. 

Fireworks aims to provide a platform to display our local emerging artists and designers’ work, and to encourage their ongoing development.

Also in this exhibition are entrants to the Valley Youth International Women’s Day 2019 art competition. The artists made work in response to the theme “International Women’s Day: More Powerful Together”, based on the UN Women’s theme for 2019.

Image: Sarah Barrett Vacuous mind 2018, oil on canvas, 40 x 60cm (Rorschach)

Crown Street Stables


Malini Maunsell

Inner Terrain 

Wednesday 8 May – Wednesday 3 July, 2019

Through Malini is Australian-born but has lived most of her life overseas. Living in other countries and cultures formed her, and was rich in many, many ways while at the same time leading into, and then through deep feelings of loss from not really belonging anywhere and always being “away”.

Malini’s work reflects her lengthy engagement with searching for place, and its ultimate resolution by finding sturdy inner ground. This can be seen, for example, in her use of multiple layers (15 to 20) over a period of time, her tendency to work with found marks and in series’, and in the depth and silence of each completed print.

Image: Malini Maunsell Pancadasa, 2017, multi-plate monotype, 40 x 32 cm


Ascot Vale Library


Fireworks 2019
Selection of Portraits

2 April – 13 July

Fireworks 2019 was originally exhibited at Incinerator Gallery, and showcased the art and design of Year 11 and 12 students who live, work or study in Moonee Valley.

Fireworks aims to provide a platform to display our local emerging artists and designers’ work, and to encourage their ongoing development. In this collection of works we celebrate portraiture in multiple forms. These works explore ideas of identity, acceptance, family, entropy and vulnerability.

Image: Kathryn Dellaportas, Family Portraits, 2018, oil paint on wood panels, varnish

Flemington Library


Voula Christopoulos

Tuesday, 28 May – Monday, 12 August 2019

Voula Christopoulos’ current work is focused on memories, dreams and the subconscious.

The work is an exploration of domestic interiors, since the home is where we dream and memories are made. It is also an intimate place, where we can retreat into our own mind space.

The paintings are glimpses of domestic interior spaces, often not fully described, like a fragmented recollection of a dream or memory.

Image: Voula Christopoulos Revisited Space (2019) oil on linen 51 x 51 cm.

Avondale Heights Library


Wednesday Art Group – Painting Maribyrnong

This group of artists meets weekly to paint and draw on the banks of the beautiful Maribyrnong River. After several years under the skillful guidance of Graeme Drendel, exploring a range of art techniques and mediums including watercolour, guache, oils, pastels, pencil, charcoal and mixed media, they are now a self-led group continuing to encourage and learn from each other. 

This exhibition showcases some of the group's favourite pieces, selected to mark International Women's Week. 

Image: Joy Dench, Jude, pastel

Exhibit your work!

Incinerator Gallery presents off-site exhibitions in a range of spaces in various Moonee Valley neighourhoods.

The off-site exhibition program is an opportunity to liven up new spaces with ever changing artwork throughout Moonee Valley. It is also an opportunity for the community to engage with visual art in new and maybe even surprising encounters.

For availability please email or call on 8325 1750.

Last updated: Friday, 7 June 2019, 2:30 AM