Eltham Library Community Gallery
Opened in 1994, the Eltham Library Community Gallery (ELCG) is a much-loved community gallery space, that sits within the Eltham Library complex. It was designed by multi award-winning Melbourne architect, Gregory Burgess.
The Eltham Library Community Gallery is an important platform for emerging artists that provides entry into professional practice.
The gallery space offers a diverse exhibition program that showcases both traditional forms of art-making and new methods of art production, along with themes and ideas that are relevant to our times.
Panther Place, Eltham 3095
Check the Yarra Plenty Regional Library website for Eltham Library opening hours.
To view current and upcoming exhibitions at the Eltham Library Community Gallery, visit Experience, see and do.
Apply to exhibit - 2022 program applications now open
Exhibition proposals are sought from artists, artist groups or organisations and curators who live, work or study in Nillumbik, or have strong, ongoing connections to Nillumbik.
ELCG exhibitors are offered:
- generously subsidised gallery fee
- no commission on sales
- curatorial support, installation and promotion
- inclusion in ELCG’s program publications
- insurance for eligible exhibitors
If you are interested in applying to be part of the 2022 ELCG exhibition program, please read the Exhibiting Guidelines document below to decide if the space and the program is a good fit for your artwork. The ELCG Exhibitions Program is very competitive.
Applications close 11.59pm Thursday 30 September 2021.
Download the Exhibiting Guidelines(PDF, 2MB)
Download the Exhibitor Terms and Conditions(PDF, 270KB)
For more information about Eltham Library Community Gallery, contact:
Coordinator Arts and Cultural Development
Phone: 03 9433 3111