Incinerator Gallery is your community gallery located by the scenic Maribyrnong River.We have a diverse offering of solo and group exhibitions, which will delight and challenge our audiences as we explore new and fresh perspectives on contemporary art and life.
The City of Essendon commissioned world-renowned architects Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony, and engineering company REICO in 1929 to build a state of the art and world-leading incinerator.
The City of Essendon’s new building was lauded for its beauty and effectiveness and used until it was decommissioned in 1942, reopening as a multi-arts facility in 2004 as the Incinerator Arts Complex. The venue was renamed the Incinerator Gallery in 2011 and refocused on a new plan to establish it as a premier visual arts destination in Melbourne’s West.
Incinerator exhibition entry and many of the programs are free.
180 Holmes Road Moonee Ponds VIC 3039
03 8325 1750
Tue to Sun 11am–4pm.