Our gallery program features regular curated survey and thematic exhibitions, including the works of established and emerging contemporary Australian artists and a series of dynamic public programs for children and adults. The gallery program also includes hire exhibitions by local artists, schools and community groups.

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International Baccalaureate Visual Arts Exhibition

9 February–12 March

A range of innovative artworks from the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) visual arts course are featured in this exhibition. Selected students’ work from 2022 will be displayed.

The works address a range of themes from personal and cultural identity, urban environment, and climate change to social issues, and a connection with the natural world.

Visitors will be provided with an insight into the emerging talents from the IBDP, and an understanding of the different approaches and the varied work produced in this unique two-year study program.

Free floor talks by IBDP students

Saturday 11 February

  • 1pm–1.30pm, 10-minute Q&A,Sammi Wu, Lauriston Girls’ School
  • 2pm–2.30pm, 10-minute Q&A, Carla Narum, Wesley College

Sunday 26 February

  • 1pm–1.30pm, 10-minute Q&A, Elsa Li, Geelong Grammar School
  • 2pm–2.30pm, 10-minute Q&A, Carla Narum, Wesley College
Painting of a student studying
Amber Louw | Focus 2022 | Oil on plywood | 50 x 60cm | Wesley College, St Kilda Road


Marley James Wright: Rocks and Trees

Gallery Two
9 February–12 March

Emerging artist Marley James Wright captures aspects of the natural environment in a powerful series of digital colour photographs.

The artist’s passion for the magic of the natural world is explored in his ‘photographic morphs’ of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Hanging Rock, the Grampians, Mornington and other locations in Victoria. 

Photograph of flowers reflected making patterns
Marley James Wright | Green World 2016 | iPad photo taken and transformed on the spot at Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne | 56 x 42cm