Carlisle Street Arts Space

Located just inside the main entrance of the St Kilda Town Hall, the Carlisle Street Arts Space (CSAS) presents a diverse exhibition program that encourages innovation in arts practice.

Carlisle Street Arts Space Vista exhibition

Carlisle Street Arts Space is open Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 5 pm. 

Carlisle Street Arts Space (CSAS) is a versatile exhibition space with the capacity to present a range of visual arts practice. Located just inside the main entrance of the St Kilda Town Hall, the Carlisle Street Arts Space (CSAS) presents a diverse exhibition program that enhances the cultural vitality of the community and encourages innovation in arts practice.

Current exhibition

Bruno Benini Unknown Title (Models at Station Pier: Vida Elekna, Lynn Richmond, Terry Taylor and Gay Vardi) 1962

Port Phillip City Collection:    Art Walks

13 April to 6 June 2022 

Discover our talented local artists in this Port Phillip City Collection exhibition which features a selection of the works that inspired the Summer program of self-guided Art Walks. These explored the neighbourhoods of Elwood, South Melbourne, Port Melbourne and along the foreshore from Station Pier to Point Ormond.

You can also access the Art Walks maps online and cycle or walk the actual trails Art walks - City of Port Phillip

EVENTS

Join the Curator, Louisa Scott on 24 May at 10 am for a walk and talk at Carlisle Street Arts Space (no bookings required)

 

Join Cathy Henenberg on 31 May at 11am for a guided walk of the Art Walk Elwood at Night. Access further information about the Elwood at Night Art Walk 

Please reserve your place to join Cathy by booking https://www.trybooking.com/BZNLV

Participants will meet at the corner of Scott and Tennyson Streets in Elwood at 11am

 

Upcoming exhibition

Janenne Eaton Dream Catcher 2019
enamel and decals on canvas

Port Phillip City Collection: Recent Acquisitions 2019 to 2020

15 June to Tuesday 30 August 2022

The City of Port Phillip will present recent acquisitions acquired for the City’s Visual Art Collection. The exhibition includes works on paper, paintings, photographs and video works.

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