SCA Galleries

SCA Galleries play an important role in the life of Sydney College of the Arts as a resource and educational device for students and staff. By providing the community with access to a range of challenging and innovative exhibitions and events, the galleries also provide an opportunity for SCA to develop a public understanding and appreciation of contemporary art.

SCA Gallery

The SCA Gallery is a site for staff, students, visiting professional artists, scholars and curators to develop, experiment and present research and artistic works to SCA and the broader arts community.

Graduate School Gallery

The Graduate School Gallery hosts up to 8 exhibitions a year which explore the concepts, technologies and practices emerging from the postgraduate degrees.

Callan Park Gallery

The Callan Park Gallery for Self-Taught and Outsider Art fronts directly onto Callan Park. Its mission is to showcase Self-taught and Outsider work of the highest quality in an ongoing series of exhibitions.

Current and upcoming exhibitions

Exhibition Location From Official Opening To
MADAME B: EXPLORATIONS IN EMOTIONAL CAPITALISM SCA Gallery 1 August 1 August, 6.30pm 30 August
THE SCEPTICAL IMAGE SCA Gallery 1 August 1 August, 6.30pm 30 August
Tony Convey: Enchantment Callan Park Gallery 31 July  31 July, 6pm 30 August

Gallery information

Location:
Sydney College of the Arts, Balmain Road, Rozelle (enter opposite Cecily Street) (view map)

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 11am-5pm; Saturday 11am to 4pm (during exhibitions)

Contact Details: +61 2 9351 1008 or sca.galleries@sydney.edu.au

On-site parking is available and all SCA galleries are wheelchair accessible.

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Images:

  • Callan Park Gallery: Tony Convey, courtesy the artist.
  • Graduate School Gallery: James Nguyen, The Man With the Movie Camera, 2014, video installation. Courtesy the artist.
  • SCA Gallery: Jonny Niesche, 'Astronomy Lebottomly', 2014. Courtesy the artist.
  • The Image in Question: Fairskye/Fahd, Untitled, 2014