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GALLERIES IN VICTORIA

RMIT Intersect

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COVID-19 UPDATE: INFORMATION FOR VISITORS ATTENDING PUBLIC GALLERIES
Public Galleries in Metropolitan and regional Victoria are permitted to open subject to a range of COVID Safe requirements.
We recommend visiting member gallery websites here before you visit to check that they are open and to learn about COVID Safe protocols ahead of your visit, or to explore their online offerings. 
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PROJECT SPACE Gallery (alternate) - Paul Yore, 'Pleasures Against Nature', 2020, Photography by Mark Ashkanasy

PROJECT SPACE / SPARE ROOM acts as a conduit to connect the University’s students, staff and research into the broader global arts community. PROJECT SPACE gallery links prominent exemplars of practice-based research with Melbourne’s creative communities through a dynamic program of contemporary art projects. SPARE ROOM is the gallery adjacent to PROJECT SPACE; it is a small space for large ideas—a keyhole into rich conversations, blue skies and deep dives.
 
PROJECT SPACE / SPARE ROOM is part of RMIT Culture.

Getting to the gallery

PROJECT SPACE / SPARE ROOM is located at 23-27 Cardigan Street, Carlton, near the corner of Victoria and Cardigan Streets.

The gallery can be reached by trams traveling on Swanston Street. The closest stop is Swanston St/ Queensberry St. 

Limited street parking is available.

Accessibility

Wheelchair access throughout the building. 
Toilets and baby change facilities are available.

RMIT Culture

RMIT Culture brings together the university’s cultural spaces, creative programs and art, film, design and research collections, providing valuable support for the university’s learning and teaching activities and opportunities to inspire creativity and collaboration. By showcasing and expanding RMIT’s cultural assets through new initiatives RMIT Culture helps facilitate an enterprise-wide approach to cultural engagement. RMIT Culture acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nations on whose unceded lands we work.


Images: 
Cover: John Meade, Sign Language, 2021. Project Space Gallery. Photography by Mark Ashkanasy.
Above: Paul Yore, Pleasures Against Nature, 2020. Project Space Gallery. Photography by Mark Ashkanasy.

RMIT Intersect
PROJECT SPACE / SPARE ROOM
RMIT Building 94
Level 2, City Campus
RMIT University
23-27 Cardigan Street
Carlton VIC 3053

T: (+61 3) 9925 1717
E: intersect@rmit.edu.au

W: intersect.rmit.edu.au


Opening Hours
PROJECT SPACE / SPARE ROOM
(during exhibition periods): 
Tuesday – Friday: 12:30 to 5pm 
Closed public holidays, Sundays and RMIT Campus closures.
Entry is Free

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Exhibitions


The Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the lands where our office is located, and all Traditional Owners of country throughout Victoria and Australia. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples enduring traditions and continuing creative cultures. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.