Northbrook Pop-up Gallery

This bright and spacious exhibition venue can be found in the historic Northbrook ballroom, tucked behind Malvern Library and the Stonnington History Centre.

In line with the city’s Strategic Vision for Arts and Culture, temporary project venues such as Northbrook Pop-Up Gallery contribute to Stonnington’s liveability by developing dynamic creative spaces and celebrating creative communities.

For more information, contact our Arts and Culture Unit on 8290 1333.

Location:
Northbrook Pop-up Gallery
1257 High Street, Malvern (behind Malvern Library)


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Exhibitions and events

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Upcoming exhibition: Service and sacrifice at home and at war, 1914-1918

This Armistice Day centenary exhibition includes costumes from the Dressing Australia Museum of Costume, and is brought to you by the Stonnington History Centre. Meet the locals who contributed to the war effort at home and overseas, through their letters, photographs and ephemera. Place a poppy sticker on the gallery wall to remember those who lost their lives.

25 October – 10 November 2018

Northbrook Pop-up Gallery, 1257 High Street, Malvern (behind Malvern Library)

Gallery hours: Thursday – Saturday 12pm – 5pm

Exhibition opening: Wednesday 24 October, 5pm – 7pm. Light refreshments provided. Guest speaker: Don Farrands, author of The Glass Soldier (2017).

Acknowledgement and disclaimer: This exhibition is partially funded under the Commonwealth Government’s Saluting Their Service Commemorations Program. The Commonwealth has not participated in the research, production or exercised editorial control over the exhibition or its contents. The views expressed and conclusions reached herein do not necessarily represent those of the Commonwealth, which expressly disclaims any responsibility for the content or accuracy of the exhibition.

For more information please call the Stonnington History Centre on 8290 1360.

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