The Artist's Place
The City of Belmont is committed to supporting the work of our local artists and artisans through
The Artist’s Place located in the Ruth Faulkner Library.
On Level 1 of the Ruth Faulkner Library, The Artist’s Place supports local visual artists by providing a free exhibition space. Showcasing the creative talents of our residents, the exhibition space works to promote the growth of arts and culture in our City by providing both exhibitors and the public opportunities for creative expression and exchange.
The Artist’s Place is open during Ruth Faulkner Library hours.
The Artist's Place also offers opportunities for local artists and artisans to sell their work at our small retail outlet, The Artist's Place: Shop.
The Arts and Place team welcomes inquiries from City of Belmont residents interested in showing their work in The Artist’s Place. For more information, contact the City’s Arts and Place Team via email on email@example.com
or phone 9477 7409.
Exhibit Your Work
The City of Belmont is interested in exhibiting local artists and artisans. Submit an enquiry form to be considered for the Artists' Place Exhibition space.
Current Exhibition: Sky Edwards
February 3 - March 30 2023
Sky Edward’s exhibition ‘Not Economical To Repair’ features a collection of multi-exposure film photography juxtaposing aspects of the Artists’ self and art practice: ecology, death, transformation, queer, and the Weird. Accompanied by a display of Sky’s salvaged and repaired camera equipment, the exhibition reflects on repair, respect for material things, fascination with mechanisms and optics, and financial accessibility.
Sky Darcy Edwards is an experimental artist working in many media, dealing with ecology, queer experience, and the weird. Photography is their starting point for mixed-media work involving drawing, installations, and collaboration with neural networks. Their photography explores optics and experimental techniques, and is their tool for exploration and documentation of natural spaces and ecologies around Derbarl Yerrigan.
Sky Edwards' 'Not Economical To Repair'. Film photography, 2022