Burrinja presents a changing exhibition program all year round in its three exhibition spaces. The program ranges from local and metropolitan contemporary artists to major exhibitions and exhibitions of Aboriginal and oceanic art.
Presents a changing program of curated exhibitions of selected artworks from the McLeod Gift Collection as well as significant touring exhibitions in one of Melbourne's most beautiful and unusual gallery spaces. Burrinja Gallery also features Lin Onus' famous painting Fish and Leaves on permanent display. Burrinja is Yorta-Yorta for little star, the name given to Lin Onus.
For information on past exhibitions held in the Burrinja Gallery visit the Past Exhibitions page.
Consists of two gallery spaces over two floors and features exhibitions by local and metropolitan established and mid-career artists across a range of media such as painting, photography, print and mixed media. Over 70 metres of wall space with professional hanging and lighting systems guarantee a professional presentation in this popular space. Jarmbi is Yorta-Yorta for friend.
Showcases small, two dimensional works by local artists and community groups.
Do you want to exhibit at Burrinja?
Download the information pack with application form. For exhibiting in Burrinja's Jarmbi and Cafe Galleries in 2014 please deliver your completed application to the Visual Arts Manager via email or hardcopy. Submissions for exhibitions in 2014 are now invited and due until COB on Monday, 9 December 2013. Successful applications will be advised by Friday 20 December. If you questions about exhibiting at Burrinja please contact the Visual Arts Manager on 9754 8723 with any queries.