Fiona and Sidney Myer Gallery

The Fiona and Sidney Myer Gallery (formerly the Margaret Lawrence Gallery) is a highly influential curatorial art space frequented by the general public and artists at all stages of their career.

With a diverse program focusing on the curatorship of new work by local, national and international artists, the Gallery encourages meaningful connections and exchanges between artists, academics, students and the wider public.

Current Exhibition

Masato Takasaka

28 June 24 - 10 August 24

Exhibition Details

Future Exhibition

2024 Majlis Travelling Fellowship

16 Aug - 14 Sep 24

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About the Gallery

A contemporary art space located in the heart of Melbourne’s arts precinct. A place for new work and education for the Victorian and Australian arts community.

Past Exhibitions

Explore an archive of past exhibitions from the Fiona and Sidney Myer Gallery.

Future Exhibitions

Find upcoming exhibitions and events at the Fiona and Sidney Myer Gallery.

Plan your visit to the Fiona and Sidney Myer Gallery, located on the University of Melbourne's Southbank campus.

Opening Hours

12–5pm, Tuesday to Saturday

Exhibition openings and events often occur outside of our regular gallery hours. Visit our public program page to find out more.


Fiona and Sidney Myer Gallery
40 Dodds Street
VIC 3006

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Getting here


The Fiona and Sidney Myer Gallery is a 12-minute walk from Flinders Street Station, along St Kilda Road and Southbank Boulevard.


For routes travelling up and down St Kilda Road (numbers 1, 2, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67, 72) you can disembark at Grant Street/Police Memorial (stop 17) for all routes except Route 1 and walk down Grant Street. If taking Route 1, disembark at Arts Precinct (stop number 14) and walk 5-minutes down Southbank Boulevard and Dodds Street.

For more information on train and tram travel, please visit the Public Transport Victoria website.


Phone: +61 3 9035 9400

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As part of the University of Melbourne campus, visitors must comply with current health and safety regulations.

You can find the current measures on the University website.