'Ua numi le fau' opening 2016, part of Next Wave 2016 Emerging Curators Program. Photo by Alan Weedon.
Our main galleries showing our major exhibitions, artist studios and offices are located at 200 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy.
Tuesday–Friday, 11am–5.30pm and Saturday 11am–4.30pm.
From the city the Number 86 tram travels along Bourke Street, up Spring Street and down Gertrude Street.
Alternatively if catching the train, alight at Parliament Station on the City Loop, walk up Nicholson Street and turn right into Gertrude Street opposite the Melbourne Museum.
If driving there is two hour parking in and around Gertrude Street.
Gertrude Glasshouse our much-loved project space located at 44 Glasshouse Road Collingwood. Glasshouse is supported by long-term patrons Michael Schwarz and David Clouston. Gertrude Glasshouse was designed by award-winning architects at SIBLING. In 2016, Sibling received a commendation for Gertrude Glasshouse at the Victorian Architecture Awards in the Small Project Architecture category.
Visit us here to see exhibitions featuring solo peojects by our studio artists and more!
Train: Catch the train to Collingwood Station on the Hurstbridge or South Morang line. Walk South away from the Station and turn right into Gipps Street. Walk along Gipps Street (over Hoddle Street) for about 5 minutes and turn left into Rokeby Street, then right into Glasshouse Road.
Tram: Catch the 109 tram to Wellington Parade. Walk down Wellington Parade and turn left into Glasshouse Road.
If driving, there are 1hr and 2hr parking spots along Wellington Parade, Langridge Street, Peel Street and in the surrounding areas.
DIRECTIONS FROM 200 GERTRUDE STREET:
From 200 Gertrude Street walk down to Smith Street and turn left. Walk along Smith Street and turn right into Peel Street. Walk to the end of Peel street and cross Wellington Parade. Glasshouse Road is directly opposite from Peel Street.