Monash Gallery of Art
Address: 860 Ferntree Gully Rd, Wheelers Hill, Victoria 3150
Phone: 03 8544 0500
Monash Gallery of Art is the home of Australian photography and the premier cultural facility of the City of Monash. Home to a nationally significant collection of over 2 000 photographs we are the only public gallery in Australia dedicated to collecting and promoting Australian photography.
Monash Gallery of Art's exhibition program comprises 30 exhibitions per year drawn from the collection - many of which travel throughout Australia after being presented at the City of Monash. Monash Gallery of Art is also a host venue for significant national and international exhibitions.
Monash Gallery of Art believes that art plays an important role in helping people learn about and explore the world in which we live. The gallery's free education programs make an important contribution to the learning of young people throughout our region and beyond. Our program includes tours and workshops, an exhibition of work by the state's finest Victorian Year 11 and 12 photomedia students and an outreach program to Melbourne schools by gallery staff.
Monash Gallery of Art is situated on one of the City of Monash's most beautiful sites. The original part of the building was designed by internationally renowned architect Harry Seidler. It remains the only formal art gallery space designed by Seidler. With subsequent additions to the building by Cox Sanderson Ness (2000), Monash Gallery of Art is a great destination for the whole community.
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This is a free attraction.
- Car park
- Coach Parking
- Access Without Assistance for the Disabled
- Parking for the Disabled
- Toilet facilities for the Disabled
- First aid equipment
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet
Saturday to Sunday
Tuesday to Friday
Closed: Mondays and public holidays
Monash Gallery of Art provides ramped entrances for the cafe, shop, gallery and library. Two accessible toilets and parking spaces for people with a disability
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