Our student-led galleries showcase the multidisciplinary art practices of UNSW Art & Design’s next generation of artist and designers. With three unique exhibition spaces and a virtual gallery, the galleries encourage students to experiment with mediums, think creatively and connect their ideas to the outside world.
Kudos Gallery is our off-campus gallery and student-run exhibition space managed by Arc @ UNSW. The Gallery hosts around 30 exhibitions a year, giving students an opportunity to exhibit and curate shows in a public gallery. It’s available for all Art & Design students to use – from first-year undergrads to postgrads working on their PhDs.
When: Opening hours are Wed – Fri 11am – 6pm; Sat 11am – 4pm
Where: 6 Napier St, Paddington
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AD Space is our on-campus exhibition space which supports artists, performers, designers, curators and writers to develop their practice and showcase their art, design and digital work. Ad Space is home to a range of exhibition programs, workshops and professional development programs and showcases a variety of mediums. The space is operated by UNSW Art & Design students and staff, and is managed by Arc @ UNSW.
When: Opening hours are Wed – Fri 11am-6pm; Sat 11am-4pm
Where: E Block of UNSW Art & Design
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Three Foot Square
Three Foot Square is an alternative exhibition space taking the form of a window gallery – illuminated at night and accessible to the public 24/7. The gallery is an intimate and accessible space that gives students the opportunity to exhibit work and connect with the public at all hours of the day. The ‘hole-in-the-wall’ gallery concept was built in 2002, with the aim of providing students and staff the experience of showcasing art without stepping inside traditional spaces.
When: Three Foot Square is accessible 24/7
Where: Gate 1, Napier Street, UNSW Art & Design
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UNSW Art & Design’s Virtual Galleries showcase students’ art, design and multimedia.
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