What's On?

Check in here for our current and upcoming events, including exhibitions and public programs

Public Program

14 Mar 2020
Artist Talks | 22nd Biennale of Sydney, NIRIN

Join us for artist talks and performances with the exhibiting artists of the 22nd Biennale of Sydney at Artspace.

Public Program

11 Mar 2020
Biennale of Sydney Artists' Party

Join participating artists to celebrate the opening of the 22nd Biennale of Sydney, NIRIN, at Artspace.


09 Mar 2020
22nd Biennale of Sydney | NIRIN

The 22nd Biennale of Sydney, 'NIRIN', is artist and First Nations-led, presenting an expansive exhibition of contemporary art that connects local communities and global networks. Exhibiting artists at Artspace include: Colectivo Ayllu, Fátima Rodrigo Gonzales, Ibrahim Mahama , Taqralik Partridge and Tennant Creek Brio.

Public Program

25 Feb 2020
Book Launch | Mel O'Callaghan: Centre of the Centre

The official launch of 'Mel O'Callaghan: Centre of the Centre' at KRONENBERG MAIS WRIGHT, Sydney

Public Program

22 Feb 2020
Book Launch | The Sunshine

Drop in on the afternoon of Saturday 22nd February for the Sydney launch of The Sunshine, a book documenting the series of exhibitions staged at Peryton, Oberon Journal's bar and project space in Copenhagen, from 2017–2019.

Public Program

19 Feb 2020
Public Program | Pedro Wonaeamirri in conversation with Jonathan Jones

Join us for an in conversation between senior Tiwi artist Pedro Wonaeamirri and Jonathan Jones to discuss our current Ideas Platform exhibition 'Jilamara: circles, dots, lines', and the role of tradition within contemporary Tiwi art.


17 Jan 2020
Reclamation | Taloi Havini

Artspace and Sydney Festival present 'Reclamation', the first Australian solo exhibition of Taloi Havini. This exhibition navigates the complex relationship between Australia and the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, considering the significance of place and ceremony.

Ideas Platform

17 Jan 2020
Jilamara: circles, dots, lines

Jilamara: circles, dots, lines presents the work of nine artists from the Jilamara Arts and Crafts Association.