Sunshine Art Spaces Gallery is an artist run space located at 2 City Place, Sunshine.
The exhibition program forms part of Council’s effort to foster the cultural life of the community. The Council will build on the municipality’s cultural diversity to foster a vibrant community and a creative environment.
It is an inclusive space for emerging artists with scope for projection, sculptural and installation 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.
2 City Place, Sunshine
Phone: (03) 9249 4600
The echoic project aims, through audio and video recording, to understand the cultural preferences and...
The echoic project aims, through audio and video recording, to understand the cultural preferences and trends of local community. These works will be translated into patchwork video and performances where community can participate and express their active voice, showing that memory and cultural legacy is a highlight of well-being.
Exhibition: 19-31 January 2022
Nefelibata is a state that reflects one who lives in suspension, often beyond the clouds...
Nefelibata is a state that reflects one who lives in suspension, often beyond the clouds. This exhibition is a way to reflect our particular moment in the history of humanity - marked by the solitary confinement of our corners, but also by the DISharmony of being with those we love, care and share our daily lives with.
Nefelibata - is a way to discuss and present questions about certain social concerns in which foreign artists debate in a society where the dominant language is often a major barrier. In daily communication, art emerges as a language of salvation or perhaps the best form of mediation between the artist and the community where he lives.
This exhibition is composed of 15 paintings and drawings that will interact with other mediums including sound and video. This project will be an individual exhibition, but will also include some guests through some parallel activities such as performances and debates and for that reason, it will be a collective effort to bring together lovers of art, culture and social activism.
Open Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 5pm to 8pm and Saturdays from 6pm to 9pm
Image credit - Vaguemestre – Mixed media on canvas. 100x100 cm. 2016
Exhibition: 1 February - 15 March 2022
'Fleeting landscapes' is an exhibition that considers the body's connection to the earth. A dialogue...
'Fleeting landscapes' is an exhibition that considers the body's connection to the earth. A dialogue between the landscape and the female body. It is about connecting to the womb (nature) and re-establishing bonds with the material source. The exhibition contains an ecological sensibility that emphasizes the reciprocity between body and land and resistance to colonialist ideas of land and territory.
Join us for the exhibition opening celebration on Friday 18 March from 5pm to 7pm
Gallery open on Saturday's and Sunday's 1pm -3pm during the exhibition
Image credit: Earth Body by Parminder Kaur
Exhibition: 17 March - 5 May 2022
This exhibition showcases Julianne Nguyen and Lily Nguyen’s visual reflections on their father’s intimate and...
This exhibition showcases Julianne Nguyen and Lily Nguyen’s visual reflections on their father’s intimate and personal migration journey and the sacrifices made along the way.
“We want to unpack the reasons why both of our fathers left their home country, Vietnam. As young adults living with dual identities, we have a unique perspective on how to bridge our father’s story to the public to create a unique exhibition that is in the heart of the Vietnamese community in Melbourne’s western suburbs”
Exhibition: 10 May - 14 June 2022
Intra is a solo exhibition and re-configuration of Angela Rossitto’s PhD examination exhibition Materialising Deep...
Intra is a solo exhibition and re-configuration of Angela Rossitto’s PhD examination exhibition Materialising Deep Time. The work is an immersive installation based on this theme and the title reflects the state of becoming, that the artist enters into with material. Like the world and the universe which are in flux as works in progress, the artist views her practice as ever emerging and never complete.
The work highlights the fact that humans are not outside of nature but are enmeshed within it. As an assemblage the work engages humans and non-humans (material) and heightens viewer awareness of their own human situatedness within ecologies causing one to reflect on their place in time and space.
Image Credit: Angela Rossitto 'Materialising Deep Time' Photo by Michael Quinlan
Exhibition: 21 June 21- 28 July 2022