Arc One Gallery
Ground 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Arc One features Australian and international contemporary collections, ranging from well-established to emerging artists
Art @ 1 Spring Street
Level 1 & Part Level 2, 1 Spring Street, Melbourne
The gallery boasts a 200 seat theatrette, Harry Seidler designed architecture, and regular exhibitions of contemporary art. The conference centre, theatrette, board rooms and exhibition space are available for private hire.
Mobile: 0406 995 697
T2, Ground Floor
500 Collins Street, Melbourne
Yarramunua’s unique paintings are sought after by the both Australian and overseas visitors. His indigenous art, didgeridoo playing and story telling, captivates many people both within Australia and around the world.
Level 1 30 Guildford Lane, Melbourne
Beam Contemporary is an innovative gallery which represents young and mid-career artists. Painting, photography, sculpture and video are amongst the diverse mediums that the gallery exhibits within its stunning 19th century renovated warehouse.
Room 14, Level 7
37 Swanston Street, Melbourne
BLINDSIDE is an independent contemporary arts space committed to supporting and promoting contemporary art practice across a broad range of media. It facilitates critical dialogue and encourages artistic experimentation and innovation.
Boast Gift Home Style
Boast is a distinctive gift and style shop that showcases an extraordinary collection of original and unusual acquisitions.
Bridget McDonnell Gallery
130 Faraday Street, Carlton
The Bridget McDonnell Gallery has been running from its current location in Carlton since 1986.
179 Gipps Street, East Melbourne
Chrysalis Gallery is the perfect setting to spend a gorgeous afternoon enjoying some of Australia's finest artistic talents.
Dacou Gallery Melbourne
35 Spring Street
(corner Flinders Lane),, Melbourne
DACOU Gallery Melbourne is an Aboriginal family owned art gallery. One of Australia's leading Aboriginal galleries, DACOU is the acronym for Dreaming Art Centre Of Utopia. It was founded by Utopia community member Fred Torres in 1993.