Apply for an Exhibition
SHS is inviting EOIs from a wide range of artists, performers, writers, curators, animators, filmmakers, designers, architects, activists, grass roots organisations, collectives, publications and collaborators to exhibit in 2019.
40m2, Gallery lighting, concrete floor. 3 week exhibition
3. SHS Project Gallery
20m2, Gallery lighting, concrete floor. 3 week exhibition
Pole Space is a suspended exhibition space suiting any materiality that can be hung. The pole is a black steel tube 40mm round x 4mm wide and can easily be lowered for installation.
4 week exhibition
5. The Suspended Rig
This is a suspended space suiting sculptural works and installations with a factory rig with a weight capacity of 400 kgs off the hook.
4 week exhibition
SHS encourages EOIs from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples to apply for the 2019 Program.
Schoolhouse Studios was established by Alice Glenn and Elizabeth Barnett in March 2010 on the site of the former St. Joseph’s Technical College and more recently the Sophia Mundi Steiner School in Abbotsford. The Schoolhouse Studios community grew exponentially within 9 months from 27 resident artist tenants to over 100 in 2012. After a year of operating as a partnership Barnett and Glenn registered the organisation as a not-for-profit incorporated association in May 2012.
SHS respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the Land on which it resides and of the Lands that we know as Naarm, part of the Kulin Nation. SHS pays respect to Elders, past, present and becoming. Sovereignty of Country was never ceded.
If you would like to apply for an exhibition, please download and complete the below form.