Architect: JJ and EJ Clark, 1910
The Queen Victoria Women’s Centre’s Exhibition Space provides an opportunity for artists to exhibit and sell their work. With white walls and parquetry floorboards, it is an attractive, light-filled gallery located on the ground floor of the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre. The Exhibition Space features solo and group exhibitions and artworks made by women and non-binary artists. The space, while currently closed, is usually open to the general public and aims to showcase the diversity of women and non-binary artists working in Victoria.
During the Covid-19 shut down the centre called for submissions for We/Connect/PPE: A phone photography exhibition open to all Victorian women and non-binary artists. Photography is in the theme of We/Connect/PPE taken since March 12, 2020.
A selection of works have been exhibited virtually on the walls of the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre’s exhibition space. A live exhibition will follow in the centre later in the year.
Photos: Simone Alesich, Maite Arbiluda, Zoe Arnott, Alejandra Olavarria
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Your tour of ‘We/Connect/PPE: A phone photography exhibition’ starts now!
Saturday 25 July 2020
3pm – 3.15pm
FREE, no bookings required
The talk will be hosted by Katie Sfetkidis who is the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Emissary. She’ll talk a little about the history of the building and about the We/Connect/PPE Virtual Exhibition tour.
Catch up and watch below.