The threeOclock program explores social and environmental themes through installation art, film and public talks.
Visit Southgate and be engaged by a new innovative arts program.
threeOclock is an innovative new pop-up gallery located on Southgate's upper level, which will feature a series of changing exhibitions with local emerging and established Australian artists. The exhibitions explore topics such as women, oceans, diversity and more, and showcase a range of arts practices. The artists explore different exhibition themes and their answers are framed around a central focus that interrogates topics such as 'Oceans"Diversity"Women' and 'Proximity'.
The program was inspired by founder and artist Kim de Kretser's grandmother who met her neighbour everyday for more then 50 years for tea and conversation. Over time the entire neighbourhood came to know where they could find someone to talk to, daily at three o'clock and would randomly drop by. This conversation hub became the neighbourhood meeting spot, the counselling session and the space for connection.
Members of the public are encouraged and welcomed to pop in to the gallery for a look, chat to the resident studio artists, Rose Hawker and Ainslie Macaulay about the works or to have a cup of tea with the team at three O'clock.
The not-for-profit program is supported by Southgate Melbourne, RMIT, magazine Dumbo Feather, documentary company Good Pitch and more.
Tuesday - Saturday 11:00am - 5:00pm
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Upper Level Southgate, 3 Southgate Ave Southbank | Map
❊ Web Links ❊
→ threeOclock gallery
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