Visit Eltham Library Community Gallery in 2022


The Eltham Library Community Gallery (ELCG) exhibition program for 2022 has been announced.

The program will showcase a diverse range of both solo and group exhibitions. Featuring new and emerging artists and several legacy exhibitions such as the Nillumbik Artists Open Studios, Creative Minds: Nillumbik VCE students, and DiversARTy: Living & Learning Nillumbik; the program promises a wonderful array of works across the year in the beautiful surrounds of ELCG.

Mayor Frances Eyre said these free exhibitions are a much-loved part of the local artistic calendar and encourage broad participation in Council’s arts program and events.

“We hope audiences feel welcome to attend and enjoy these exhibitions at ELCG,” Cr Eyre said.

“Each year we invite artists and creatives in Nillumbik and surrounds to apply to exhibit at the ELCG, with the aim to exhibit a diverse range of artworks and artists to suit a wide range of audiences.

“Throughout the year, residents can enjoy this free gallery and work by our contemporary artists.”

The exhibition program runs as follows:

Deb Garrett & Kate Belvedere | Solitude

Friday 21 January – Sunday 27 February, 2022

Naughty Monkey & Louise Jade | Dancing on Sunshine

Friday 4 March to Sunday 3 April, 2022

Open Studios 2022

Friday 8 April to Sunday 15 May, 2022

The Artistry of Books | Thou Art Mum

Friday 20 May – Sunday 19 June 2022

Chloe Vallance | Sit. Walk. Wonder

Friday 24 June – Sunday 31 July 2022

Creative Minds: Nillumbik VCE Arts, Studio Arts, Visual Communication & Fashion students of 2021

Friday 5 August – Sunday 11 September 2022

Catrine Berlatier & Chantal Stewart | Of Two Minds

Friday 16 September – Sunday 23 October 2022

Araluen Centre | Art and Agency

Friday 28 October – Sunday 4 December 2022

Living & Learning Nillumbik | diversARTy

Friday 9 December 2022 – Sunday 22 January, 2023

Opened in 1994, the ELCG is a much-loved community gallery space that sits within the Eltham Library complex on Wurundjeri Woi wurrung Country. It was designed by multi award-winning Melbourne architect Gregory Burgess.

Eltham Library Community Gallery, 1 Panther Place, Eltham

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