Linden Projects Space

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Applications are now closed.
The next application round will be in October 2022.

IMAGE > Anna Révész, Architecture of Memory [installation view], 2021.
Image courtesy of the artist. Photograph: Mathieu Vendeville.

A new
art space

Linden Projects Space launched in August 2019. The space is available for hire and has been designed to create exhibition opportunities for artists and curators living and working on the Southside of Melbourne. We also welcome applications from artists and curators from other areas, though those living and working in the City of Port Phillip will be given preference. We seek applications from artists and curators to apply for group or solo exhibitions.

To explore the space look at the floor plan.

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Please note

  • The gallery is located on the second floor at the rear of Linden New Art, and is accessible via the main gallery staircase.
  • Unfortunately, this space is not wheelchair accessible.   
  • There is a small goods lift to transport items upstairs – all other equipment will need to be carried up two flights of stairs. 
  • Artists planning to show multimedia work must supply all AV equipment.
  • Applications may include work in any medium. 

All artworks: 

  • Must be new work  
  • Not previously exhibited 
  • Can be for sale. Linden New Art takes a 20% commission plus GST on all sales. 

IMAGE > Opening of Julie Shiels, Hidden Life, A Domestic Study, 2019.
Photograph: Mathieu Vendeville.

IMAGE > Opening of William Holt, Crashing by Design, 2019.
Photograph: Mathieu Vendeville.

Be bold

Hire fees

  • $1,500 plus GST
  • Fee includes: 1 day of professional installation assistance, curatorial consultation with the Projects Space Coordinator, staffed opening reception event and artist talk event, social media promotion and marketing, and an e-invitation sent to Linden New Art’s mailing list of over 8,000 subscribers.


A committee made up of key Linden staff and external representatives within the arts industry will meet to assess all applications to ensure they are: 

  • suitable for the space 
  • explore new ideas and different ways of thinking 
  • provide a diverse array of exhibitions for visitors to enjoy 



Applications open: October 2022 [date TBC]
Proposal deadline > November 2022 [date TBC]
Applicants notified > end November 2022


  • Exhibition title 
  • Exhibition proposal (300 words) outlining the ideas and themes that your exhibition will explore. 
  • Exhibition design (150 words) - Describe how many works you plan to present, their size, medium and how you propose to display them in the space 
  • Brief biography of all curators and artists involved in the project
  • Up to 6 images of works or weblinks to video works that will be included in your exhibition (confirmed or indicative)

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IMAGE > Alternating Current Art Space, Coalescence [installation view], 2019.
Image courtesy of the artists & Alternating Current Art Space.
Photograph: Mathieu Vendeville.

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For further enquiries please contact our Projects Space Coordinator, Karl Halliday: 
T >03 9534 0099      E > 

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