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 – Call for Artists: Croajingolong Summer Exhibition – 9 December 2019

Artists are invited to submit artworks for our annual summer exhibition. All media welcome. 2D works must have suitable D clips for hanging. Terms and conditions available at MA space. Enquiries: Stephanie Mew 0427817852 Where: MA space, 66 Maurice Avenue, Mallacoota When: 10.00am-4.00pm Monday 9 December 2019 Cost: Free entry for Mallacoota Arts Council Members

MA space – Croajingolong Summer Exhibition – 13 December 2019

An annual exhibition of inspiring artworks from the heart of the wilderness coast. Join us for the opening night on Friday 13 December at 5pm. Drinks with the artists and original music by Airly Embleton-Mew. The exhibition will close at Easter. Where: MA space, 66 Maurice Avenue, Mallacoota Opening: 5pm Friday 13 December 2019 When: Exhibition will be open 7 days, 10am to 4pm. Cost: Free entry

MA Space – Exhibition: It’s Not Fair – 13 December 2019

An exhibition by local artist, Yolande Oakley of reflective work inspired by The Daintree region and the future of the environment left in the hands of school children. Where: MA space, 66 Maurice Avenue, Mallacoota Opening: 5pm Friday 13 December 2019, in conjunction with the Croajingolong Summer Exhibition When: Friday 13 – Thursday 26 December 2019 Cost: Free entry

Previously at MA space