Manningham Art Gallery Reopening
Manningham Art Gallery will reopen on Tuesday 2 February, 2021 with the exhibition Empty Streets and Stacked Chairs featuring work by Bill McAuley and David Wadelton.
All visitors to the gallery will be required to register their attendance via QR Code upon arrival and comply with current COVID-19 guidelines, including social distancing and the wearing of face masks when social distancing cannot be practiced.
Please check this webpage and the Arts Manningham Facebook page for updates to this information.
Please visit the Department of Health and Human Services for the most up to date information on COVID-19.
We thank our artists and community for their ongoing support through this period.
About Manningham Art Gallery
Manningham Art Gallery presents an eclectic exhibition program featuring work by local and Victorian artists, as well as touring shows from across Australia.
Our exhibitions are supported by a range of public programs such as artist talks, workshops and other participatory events to encourage engagement with the arts in multiple and diverse ways.
Find out more about our upcoming events below.
Image: Bill McAuley, MC Square, 2020, digital photograph. From the exhibition Empty Streets and Stacked Chairs.
A photographic portrait of life in Manningham during the COVID-19 lockdown period of March to May, 2020.
An evolving online exhibition of works by Manningham artists reflecting upon living through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Submissions of original poetry, flash fiction, music, sound, performance and visual art for the online exhibition When in Lockdown are open until Wednesday 30 June 2021.
As well, if you have a workshop idea that you can run with the community, we’d love to hear all about it and support you in delivering it.
Manningham Art Gallery is accessible by wheelchair.
Keep up to date with arts and culture
For more details on our exhibitions and upcoming public programs, along with news about Manningham Art Studios online courses, Doncaster Playhouse news and current arts industry grants and opportunities, visit us at our Arts Manningham Facebook page or sign up to our eNews below,