Stitching Change is a new and exciting exhibition highlighting the abundance of textile artists in Victoria and showcasing the progressive art form of textiles including work that explores the relationship between textiles and other art disciplines.
Through the ceramic medium, this exhibition explores the concept of ‘Seasons’ in relation to individual life experiences and the shifts that seasonality and change presents.
Microcosmographia brings together five artists working with themes of science and nature, the earth bound and geology, cosmology, mythology and universal/cosmos sciences.
A group exhibition responding to the challenge of the global community to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. It is about the science of climate change, communicated in diverse and intriguing ways.
Sensitive Sweethearts is an art exhibition for those who wear their heart on their sleeve.
The second annual community-based small works exhibition at fortyfivedownstairs.
fortyfivedownstairs is excited to present the fifth annual Emerging Artist Award in 2019.
Two friends and artists use their artistic processes to explore their positions in the world, both in a physical, environmental and emotional manner.
fortyfivedownstairs has submissions from everyone for our first ever community-sourced small works exhibition, SMALL!
A hugely impressive roster of award-wining Australian artists, including Abdul Abdullah, Janet Laurence and Ben Quilty have joined forces once again for the Melbourne installment of All We Can’t See, depicting individual interpretations of the leaked Nauru files exposed by The Guardian in 2016.
A Small Gathering brings together a series of artworks from Studio Gallery Melbourne.
An exhibition of 45 artists at fortyfivedownstairs to celebrate our fifteenth birthday!
Between the Lines features a selection of works from artists who have experienced issues associated with homelessness, a disability or other adversities.
Crossing: Beyond Baliseering presents Melbourne with a glimpse of the ever growing contemporary art scene hailing from Bali, Indonesia.
What Just Happened - 150 years of shared experiences.