Artist's Studio 106 

Indpendent Artist Studios and Gallery

Top Floor, 106 Barkly Street, St Kilda, Victoria, Australia | @106art |


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Chronicle 106: Louise Chen and Studio 106 artists. 6-20 Feb 2019

Group exhibition at the Carlisle Street Art Space in the St Kilda Town Hall, with support from the City of Port Phillip

We occasionally mount group shows and our artists organise their own exhibitions and workshops in the gallery space. We host a regular writer group called BumGlueClub, kids craft workshops, artist markets and all kinds of other events. Like our Facebook page to stay up to date with activities.

Our gallery space is also available for hire to other local artists wanting to mount their own exhibitions. We just require a brief proposal, your dates, times and ticketing details. There is no set hire rate, every exhibition enquiry is considered on its own merits.

We can help you promote your event if you need and we love taking part in festivals such as Midsummer and the Melbourne Fringe. So if you have an idea for an exhibition, sing out.

RECENT EXHIBITION: Diversions and other Detours

Showcasing new work including painting, drawing, collage, sculpture and film - created in response to Covid19 and the lockdown. Most pieces were available for purchase and many sold. 


Featuring works by: Josie Wadelton / Selva Veeriah / Sebastian Steensen / Nina Sepahpour / Cindy Rodriguez / Stu Gallagher / Isabel Robinson / Ulises Resendiz / José Ortiz / Andrea McCurdy / Katrina Mathers / Brent Lukey / Maria Leonard / Jacinta Lane / Kate Lambe / Brigita La Heidi Knoepfli / Helen Gries and Tamar Dolev


Established around 1995, Artist's Studio 106 is home to visual artists, filmmakers and writers hailing from diverse cultural backgrounds and working across a range of media. 



The gallery is available for external hire for local exhibitions.




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