MA space

MA space

Mallacoota Arts Space

The Mallacoota Arts Space (MA space) is located in the Croajingolong Centre for Communication and the Arts at 66 Maurice Avenue, Mallacoota and is managed by Mallacoota Arts Council and its Curatorial Subcommittee. The high standard of work exhibited is mostly the work of Mallacoota’s own residents.  By providing an exciting yearly calendar of exhibitions, workshops, visiting artists and special performances it enhances the lives of its residents and showcases Mallacoota as an arts rich destination for visitors.

The construction of the 3CA building was made possible through the generosity of Michael and June Drake, Jo Irving Spray, the Victorian Government and East Gippsland Shire Council.

Currently at MA space

MA space – Rock Pools – 5 August 2017

Mallacoota Arts Council presents an exhibition of local artwork in all mediums, displaying an appreciation of our salt and freshwater rock pools. Also introducing the Gabo Room with an exhibition of the textile art of Kim Gordon. What do poets say about rock pools? Here are a couple of examples: “A rock pool is a magic circle full of colours the sea washes in.” “A rock pool is an imprisoned wave”. We all agree rock pools are enchanting. Mallacoota’s artists have responded to the challenge of showing us their concepts…
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MA space – Workshops for Artists – from 6 February 2017

After some years attending painting classes, provided with assistance from Mallacoota U3A, often working in solitude and participating in exhibitions it is only fair to say that the number of practising artists in Mallacoota has expanded significantly. It no longer seems appropriate to simply call our group a painting class. A workshop for artists seems more fitting, and that of course includes beginners and dabblers. At MA space we want to provide an inspiring workshop environment to help you on your creative journey, to inspire you and enable you to…
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Previously at MA space