All the latest news from Blak Dot Gallery. Keep up to date with us and subscribe to our newsletter here, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Vimeo!


March 8, 2017 | Posted by Kimba Thompson

Our first Community Screening will be:

FRIDAY March 10th 7.30pm
The Sapphires (PG-13)
Wayne Blair. Australia.

“Courtesy of Goalpost Pictures”

In collaboration with Projector Bike and Siteworks.

Venice Biennale 2017

January 31, 2017 | Posted by Blak Dot Gallery

Our Director has been selected to be part of the Victorian Team as Team Leader for the opening of the Australian Pavilion at this year’s 2017 Venice Biennale for the Tracey Moffatt exhibition ‘My Horizon’.

Find out more about the exhibition here.


January 31, 2017 | Posted by Blak Dot Gallery

We would like to welcome up and coming artist Tyson Campbell to our volunteer team!
Tyson Campbell is a Melbourne based sound and visual artist. His work is engaged with the blurred lines of the virtual and built environments, representing them in architectural forms, drawings, sonic works and performances. Tyson also performs and releases music under the name CRDIO.

‘If We Never Met’ – A Wānanga on curating Indigenous art hosted by Pātaka Art + Museum

December 1, 2016 | Posted by Blak Dot Gallery

If we never met: A wānanga on curating indigenous art brought together curators and artists from Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and Canada for one day in Wellington, New Zealand to discuss the role of indigenous curatorial practice within artist-run spaces, community galleries and major public institutions. The speakers will explore emerging trends, benefits and barriers to indigenous agency within these spaces.

Read more about the conference here.

2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival Winner: ‘Fifty Shades of Blak – Best Visual Arts’

October 1, 2016 | Posted by Blak Dot Gallery

Blak Dot Gallery’s ‘Fifty Shades of Blak’, an exhibition exploring the voices of First Nations women from across Australia and the world, won the ‘Best Visual Arts’ category for the 2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival.

The exhibition was an inter-cultural exchange between Australian and global First Nations women, highlighting the voices of fifty visual and performing female artists, each addressing issues of stereotyping, colour coding, racism, identity and societal perceptions of First Nations women and women of colour.

Blak Dot congratulates all the artists involved.