Blak Dot Gallery
A contemporary Indigenous-run art gallery & performance space showcasing modern & traditional artworks from world Indigenous cultures.
Blak Dot Gallery acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we work, live and create: the Wurundjeri people and Elders past and present of the Kulin nations.
Blak Dot Gallery was established in 2011 as a contemporary Indigenous Artist-run space to showcase contemporary and traditional artworks from world Indigenous cultures.
Blak Dot Gallery is a non-for profit organisation governed by a Board of Directors.
We curate up to six programed exhibitions per year as well as associated events and workshops.
Blak Dot acknowledges the support of Australian Government Indigenous Language and Arts, Creative Victoria, City of Moreland.
Closed: Public Holidays:
Enter via Dawson St
Blak Dot Gallery is fully accessible by wheelchair. Point of entry via the front door (facing public area) and disability toilet and car park available at rear of the gallery.
No parking on site except loading in and out. A Loading bay is provided at the rear of the building for gallery use and deliveries.
General parking is available at Howler across from Brunswick Baths or Woolworths on xx street, or else surrounding streets (permits may apply).
Tram stops located either side on the corner of Sydney Rd and Glenlyon Rd/ Dawson Rd (Route 19, Stop 21) Town Hall/Brunswick Baths/Mechanics Institute.
BUS: Route 506 (Moonee Ponds - Westgarth Station via Brunswick)
TRAIN: Upfield Line. Get off at Brunswick Train Station.
Bike racks provided on site.
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 33 Saxon St, Brunswick East | Map
✆ 0474 328 370
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Blak Dot Gallery
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