Steps Gallery is a purpose built exhibition space right on Lygon Street, Carlton. The Gallery is owned and has been run by the Meat Industry Employees' Superannuation Fund since 1992.
It is within walking distance of Melbourne's central business district and attracts a lot of passing pedestrian traffic. The gallery's entry is through the foyer of one of the city's most acclaimed modern buildings, its highly polished parquetry floor and the floor-to-ceiling glass doors open into a glassed-in courtyard coffee shop to create a vibrant and inviting space for the exhibition of work on walls, or small three dimensional works.
The Steps Gallery is located Ground Floor 62 Lygon Street, Carlton South near the Trades Hall building. Melways Ref 2B F11.
For information and bookings, contact Maxine Bedford on (03) 9650 3577 or email@example.com
To see the 2015-2016 Exhibitions Calendar - Click Here
July 10, 2016
IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY
Sunday, July 10 to Sunday, July 24
An Art exhibition showcasing the creative talent of three generations of the Wells family.
Painting, textiles, jewellery, sculpture, music and theatre will be on show.
A retrospective of the matriarch of the family, Margaret Rose Wells at 86 years, will be one of the highlights of the exhibition.
August 1, 2016
The Painter, The Dreamer
An Exhibition of work by Elizabeth Martyn and Annie White
Monday, August 1 to Sunday, August 14
August 16, 2016
The Antipodean Palette annual art exhibition aims to support Visual Arts in the community by showcasing a variety of works by practicing Greek Australian artists.
Works are for sale and will include paintings, illustrations, mixed media and 3D installations, collage, copper-etch and risograph prints, photography and silvercraft.
Cheryl Osborne & Zahidah Zeytoun Millie
Saturday, August 27 to Sunday, September 11
The works I present express perceptions of self, my family, our ecology and the universe. Somewhere in these four systems I exist, ... and in all four, my perceptions evolve through beauty, happiness, conflict and connection. Underlying all is the destruction of humanity and land in my country Syria.
Zahidah Zeytoun Millie | www.zahidahart.com
Imagined dreamscapes explore Osborne's interest in the connection of eastern and western spirituality and mythology. Representations of the female figure as self, sentient beings and nature frequent the narrative of peace. To reach synthesis the work is layered in concept, subject and process. Luminous colour suggests the divine's presence.
September 25, 2016