Counihan Gallery location and hours
Wednesday to Saturday 11 am – 5 pm and Sunday 1 pm – 5 pm.
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick is closed on public holidays and between exhibitions for installation.
Entry to the gallery is free.
Contact the gallery
Phone 9389 8622 or email Counihan Gallery In Brunswick.
Counihan Gallery In Brunswick is located at 233 Sydney Road, Brunswick, inside the Brunswick Town Hall.
The building is near the corner of the Sydney Road and Dawson Street intersection. Enter through glass sliding doors on Sydney Road. The Gallery is to the left of the Brunswick Customer Service Centre.
Sydney Road tram, route 19, stop number 21 at Dawson Streetand Sydney Road intersection.
Jewell and Brunswick train stations on Upfield line are 10 minutes walk.
Bus routes 504, 506, 508 and 509 have stops on nearby streets off Sydney Road.
Upfield bike path is five minutes ride, exit at Dawson Street.
The gallery is accessible by wheelchair and has accessible bathrooms.
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick aims for inclusion for all members of our community. Please contact us on 9389 8622 or email@example.com if you have any other specific access or interpreting or requirements for you to fully participate.
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About the gallery
The Counihan Gallery In Brunswick is the Moreland Council art gallery open to the public.
The gallery has a focus on presenting contemporary art exhibitions.
The gallery aims to promote and inspire innovation and diversity in the visual arts through its annual program of exhibitions. It also endeavours to encourage discussion and debate about new ideas and issues in contemporary art and culture through the public program of floor talks, forums and workshops.
The gallery opened in 1999 and is named in honour of the Australian artist and activist Noel Counihan.