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THE LOCK-UP CONTEMPORARY ART SPACE

What's On

The Lock-Up’s innovatively curated program promotes current, experimental and diverse practices from local, national and international creatives.

RELAY LEAGUE

RELAY LEAGUE

ANGELICA MESITI // RELAY LEAGUE

12 AUG - 17 SEP

Angelica Mesiti will present her first solo exhibition in Newcastle, RELAY LEAGUE, a new project curated and developed by Artspace.

ANGELICA MESITI //
RELAY LEAGUE

STITCHED UP

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TIMELESS TEXTILES

STITCHED UP // IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TIMELESS TEXTILES

24 JUN - 6 AUG 2017

Featuring 24 contemporary international and national fibre artists, STITICHED UP gives a voice to the 193 girls who attended The Newcastle Industrial School

STITCHED UP //
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TIMELESS TEXTILES

PROPELLED #2

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CATAPUALT DANCE

PROPELLED #2 // IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CATAPUALT DANCE

16 JUN - 17 JUN 2017

Collaborations by Australian contemporary choreographers, composers and dancers.

PROPELLED #2 //
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CATAPUALT DANCE

PRACTICE MATTERS

UNIVERISTY OF NEWCASTLE - SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & BULIT ENVIRONMENT

WOMEN IN PRACTICE // UNIVERISTY OF NEWCASTLE - SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & BULIT ENVIRONMENT

1 MAR - 18 OCT 2017

Showcasing a wide range of projects, global trends and practice styles from local, national and international practitioners.

WOMEN IN PRACTICE //
UNIVERISTY OF NEWCASTLE - SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & BULIT ENVIRONMENT

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Artist in Residence

Visiting residents engage with the community, schools and tertiary institutions through lectures, in-conversation events, workshops, open studios and exhibition/performances.

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Our History

In September 2014 The Lock-Up re-launched as a dedicated contemporary art space as a place for exchange, ideas, exploration, information and cultural endeavour.

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Venue Hire

The Lock-Up offers a dramatic setting for your next event in the heart of Newcastle’s heritage precinct.

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