The Brimbank Community and Civic Gallery is located in the heart of Sunshine within the Brimbank Community and Civic Centre on the 1st floor, extending into the Sunshine library during opening hours. It is in walking distance from the train station, situated on Hampshire Road.
The gallery supports established and mid-career artists and is best suited for secure works.
If you are a local artist and would like the community to see your work please keep an eye out for our exhibition Expression of Interest (EOI) each year in August/September on the Creative Brimbank website.
Brimbank Community and Civic Centre
Level 1 (extending into Level 1 Sunshine Library during opening hours)
301 Hampshire Road, Sunshine
Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Saturday 9am to 12:30pm
Closed Public Holidays
Phone: (03) 9249 4600
Freedom is Mine has been developed as a collaborative project between photographer Peter Casamento and...
Freedom is Mine has been developed as a collaborative project between photographer Peter Casamento and Many Coloured Sky, the Queer Development Agency of THREE for All Foundation. This exhibition is an intimate photographic portrait exhibition of LGBTQI+ refugees and people seeking asylum who are members of Many Coloured Sky’s Queer Refugee and Asylum Seeker Peers community.
Photo Credit of basketballer: Peter Casamento, Not Titled, 2021. Giclee print on archival paper.
Exhibition: 13 April - 29 May 2022
All works in this exhibition are Australian landscapes and environments from Anderson’s experience. Many are...
All works in this exhibition are Australian landscapes and environments from Anderson’s experience. Many are based on observations of human’s interaction with or impact on natural areas, and reflect both our pleasure and disregard for the natural world. Mystery and intrigue are at the centre of her portrayals of oceans and rock pools, dunes, forests and delicate grasslands, overtaken by sprawling suburbs. Her work strives to endorse the power of interconnectivity in the hope that the natural world is protected and will “Keep awesome” far into the future.
Photo credit: Sue Anderson, Feral and Domestic, 2018, 40cm x 30cm. Pastel on paper
Exhibition: 10 June - 4 August 2022