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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.

STATIC + SILENCE

STATIC + SILENCE

TIM BRUNIGES // STATIC + SILENCE

6 MAY - 12 JUNE 2016

Featuring the work of artist Tim Bruniges alongside other Australian artists whose work references rhythm and sound.

TIM BRUNIGES //
STATIC + SILENCE

THE MOST GAOLED RACE ON EARTH

THE MOST GAOLED RACE ON EARTH

BLACK DOUGLAS (AKA ADAM HILL) AND ADAM GECZY // THE MOST GAOLED RACE ON EARTH

18 MARCH - 1 MAY 2016

A hard-hitting collaborative exhibition by Black Douglas and Adam Geczy that speaks directly to racism and the cultural repression and misrepresentation of Indigenous Australians.

BLACK DOUGLAS (AKA ADAM HILL) AND ADAM GECZY //
THE MOST GAOLED RACE ON EARTH

Neridah Stockley

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

NERIDAH STOCKLEY // ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

9 FEBRUARY - 22 FEBRUARY 2016

Neridah Stockley will utilise her time in the residency at The Lock-Up to produce works responding to local domestic/industrial structures, streetscapes, parks, seascapes and landforms.

NERIDAH STOCKLEY //
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

NIGHT FLOWERS

NIGHT FLOWERS

DAMIEN FROST // NIGHT FLOWERS

6 FEBRUARY - 13 MARCH 2016

Kicking starting 2016, Damien Frost captures London’s underground night life in an exquisite series of portraits.

DAMIEN FROST //
NIGHT FLOWERS

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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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