Brunswick Street Gallery is a platform for the exhibition of diverse creative practices, and has, since opening its doors in 2007, maintained a persistent dedication to providing space for emerging art practices to be viewed and experienced. Our goals are to create an accessible environment where artists find recognition, new collectors can experience approachable and important work and art can be for everyone.
Engaging with contemporary concepts and approaches, Brunswick Street Gallery provides curated exhibition spaces for emerging creative arts practices. Featuring artists as solo exhibitors, and also in the context of conceptual group exhibitions, Brunswick Street Gallery offers a completely unique viewing experience of work from contemporary emerging artists. Our artists are emerging into their professional careers. Talent and conciseness define these diverse artists, uniting them in the gallery spaces at Brunswick Street Gallery.
New exhibitions open every two weeks, involving each of our multiple gallery spaces. Brunswick Street Gallerys dynamic programming also includes multiple major annual Prize Shows.
Birds of War by Peter Gilliland opens 6th of February 2015. Runs until the 19th February 2015 at Brunswick Street Gallery 322 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy on the corner of Argyle Street.
Tuesday to Friday - 10:00AM to 8:00PM
Saturday to Sunday - 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Phone (03) 9942 3141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
|Name:||Brunswick Street Gallery (Birds of War)|
|Address:||322 Brunswick Street Fitzroy Victoria Australia (See Map)|
The Kookaburras were defeated by the joined forces of the Cockatoos and Galahs. The battle went on for three days. Miss Victoria escaped but suffered a damaged beak.
The Galahs knew they were out numbered so they joined forces with there cousin parrot family the cockatoos. Together they were strong enough stop the kookaburra barage.