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St Heliers Street Gallery

  • Community gallery

Πού

Ground floor
Convent building

Open Hours

Wednesday – Saturday
12am – 12am,
Sunday – Sunday
12am – 12am

Επικοινωνία

Ηλεκτρονικό ταχυδρομείο

  • Community gallery

Πού

Ground floor
Convent building

Open Hours

Wednesday – Saturday
12am – 12am,
Sunday – Sunday
12am – 12am

Επικοινωνία

Ηλεκτρονικό ταχυδρομείο

Established in 2009, St Heliers Street Gallery is an Abbotsford Convent Foundation initiative. The gallery is located on the ground floor of the main Convent building, next to Περίπτερο Cam's Kiosk: a bustling café and local institution for knock-off drinks. The gallery welcomes over 2,000 visitors a week, it is an artistic hub, a natural meeting place and a great space for sharing work with a diverse and growing audience.

St Heliers Street Gallery is managed by the Abbotsford Convent Foundation in partnership with Cam’s. It showcases work by the Convent’s artistic community, as well as providing an affordable space for emerging artists to exhibit. There is a year-round exhibition schedule, with no commission charged on any works sold. All sales proceeds go directly to artists.

The gallery presents contemporary arts and cultural works across all art forms. We work collaboratively with artists and in partnership with other arts and cultural organisations to share our unique, multi-arts precinct with a broad audience. We aim to stimulate engagement and cultural exchange through the wonderful and unexpected curiosities of our people and our place—and community spaces like St Heliers Street Gallery are at the heart of that vision.

The schedule for 2024 is now full.

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Current exhibition

Jo Lloyd13 Selects |  9 May – 2 Jun

Previous exhibitions

2024

Anna Walker & Collaborators – Συλλογή  |  19 Apr – 5 May

Jana Hartmann (PHOTO24) – Mastering the Elements |  1 – 24 Mar

Miss Martha (Maya) & Melbourne Art Therapy StudioThe Art of Corsage and Masking  |  1 – 28 Feb

2023

Jess Lyons – Anhedonia  | 16 Nov – 3 Dec

Sora MayThe World As I See It  | 19 Oct – 12 Nov

Melanie Thewlis – Midnight in the Garden |  21 Sep – 15 Oct

Sophia Mundi Steiner School –  Metamorphosis: a practise of art and reflection  |  7 – 16 Sep

Caitlin Klooger –  Forage | 15 – 27 Aug

Convent Made Showcase |  13 Jul – 14 Aug

Jamie Grant – As Far As The Eye Can See | 22 Jun – 9 Jul

Schizy IncSend It  |  25 May – 18 Jun

Jacqueline Claire Smith – Out of One, Many |  27 Apr – 21 May

Isabel KoslowskyDreamscapes of the Natural World – Becoming One  |  30 Mar – 23 Apr

David Helmers – Oddities  |  2 – 26 Mar

Brittany ShemmeldFLOW  |  9 – 26 Feb

2022

Helga Salwe and Cate Kennedy –  Return | 1 – 22 Dec

Anna Moegerlein – Close In | 8 – 28 Nov

Britt Salt – The Middle Distance | 10 – 27 Nov

Marcel Feillafe – Journal | 13 Oct – 6 Nov

Katie Sfetkdis – Feminism for the 99% | 13 Oct – 5 Nov

Convent Made Showcase  |  15 Sep – 9 Oct

Beatrice Wharldall – Paintings for Thinking With | 15 Sep – 9 Oct

Sophie Bullen – FILL THEM WITH SKY | 8 Aug – 13 Sep

Zoe Irving – Earth and Industry | 18 Aug – 12 Sep

Arabella Strachan – Soft Touch | 23 June – 17 July

Simon Swingler – Art Worth Saving | 26 May – 19 June

David Booth/Ghostpatrol – Set Adrift on Garden Bliss | 26 May – 19 June

Melbourne Art TherapyIn Good Company | 1-23 May

Angela Rossitto – Midst | 3 Mar – 28 Mar

Kirsten Moegerlein – In Flood | 3 Mar – 27 Mar

Annabel McCourt – Flying the Flag | 25 Jan – 27 Feb

2021

Annie Edney and Iris Marie Bergmann – re-earthing

Oscar O’Shea – Rubberneck

Jess Jarvie – Among the Leaves, Among the Shadows

Annie O’Rourke – Work of Reclamation

Isabel Koslowsky – Dreamscapes of the Natural World

Amelia Dowling, James Hale and Allison Taplin – Public | Private

2020

Eugenie Kawabata  – Second Life

David Helmers – How Things Make You Feel

Arts Project Australia – Common Thread

2019

Ghost Wares – Aggregate

Helga Salwe – Three weeks in Morocco

Jo Condon and Nadin – The Light Within

Jacqueline Claire Smith – Water Burial

2018

Sarah Tracton – Hearing for Silence

NGV Melbourne Design Week – How Much Can a Koala Bear

University of Melbourne Early Learning Centre – Sticks and Stones and Feathers

2017

Linda Oy Ho – Cellular to Stellar

Rebecca Thomas and Natasha Sutila – It Could Go Either Way

Jacqueline Felstead – All Angles Forever

Rosi Griffin – Fractured Dwellings

Casey Schuurman – Brave Face