INCINERATOR ART SPACE

A: 2 Small Street, Willoughby NSW

P: +61 4 0163 8501

E: council@willoughby.nsw.gov.au

INCINERATOR ART SPACE is located in an iconic and heritage-listed Walter Burley Griffin-designed building. The interior has been sensitively renovated to create an art space that exhibits a broad range of contemporary art exhibitions in a semi-industrial environment. The space is programmed by Willoughby City Council and has fast gained a reputation as a hidden gem for the arts on Sydney’s North Shore.

EXHIBITIONS

Willoughby City Council curates up to three exhibitions per year in the Incinerator Art Space. Throughout the year, the space is available for hire by artists, curators and arts groups and organisations. This additional usage supports and supplements Incinerator’s diverse annual program of contemporary art. The gallery also hosts regular workshops, artist talks, performance art events and demonstrations.

FACILITIES

  • Cafe
  • Parking
  • Parklands
  • Venue hire
  • Wheelchair access
  • Workshops & classes

FEATURED STORIES AND EXHIBITIONS

Group Exhibition: Places of Work: Sydney's Industrial Heritage

Incinerator Art Space presents a group exhibition titled 'Places of Work: Sydney's Industrial Heritage'

Group Exhibition: Saturated Terrain

Incinerator Art Space presents the exhibition 'Saturated Terrain' curated by Kate Britton.

Group Exhibition: Stories from the Beginning

Incinerator Art Space presents a group exhibition Stories from the Beginning.

Group Exhibition: Girlhood

Incinerator Art Space presents the group exhibition Girlhood.