Addi Road StirrUp Gallery

We support local artists, performers and other creatives through our Arts & Culture initiatives. We hire out our gallery space at low rates to remove barriers for those wanting to pursue and share their creative work.

Showcase your work

Addi Road StirrUp Gallery is a great location in the Inner West to showcase your creative body of work. Whether it be sculptures, paintings or a more interactive performance piece, our gallery is a flexible space that can accomodate a wide variety of needs.

Accessible, affordable exhibition space

Recognising artistic space was at a premium for our creative community in the Inner West, we created the Addi Road StirrUp Gallery to provide accessible, affordable spaces for budding artists and exhibit their work in a professional setting.

Year round engaging exhibits and events are held here at our gallery, including our annual Public Schools Arts Festival, celebrating the immense talent of local public school students, and exhibits commemorating Addison Road’s history.

Getting here

Our gallery, a white timber building, is located just inside our Addison Road front gates.

Easy public transport access

The 428 bus stops at our Centre’s front gates on Addison Road. Stanmore train station is a 10-minute walk away.

Free carparking Mon-Sat

Our gallery is next to our large carpark which includes accessible-friendly parking spots.

Public Schools Arts Festival

Previous exhibitions

Richard Briggs: Marrickville Pause

Drawings of the Marrickville streets you love, by artist and designer Richard Briggs who loves uses drawing to connect with people. With help from the Marrickville community, Richard designed and created a large-scale mural at Marrickville Metro. This exhibition showcased the process that led to the mural that celebrates people, place and landscape.

Visum: Artists of Addi Road

The inaugural Artists of Addi Road exhibition showcasing the immense talent and creativity that exists here at Addi Road. 16 of the 40 artists at our community centre exhibited prints, paintings, sculptures, textiles and drawings.

Looking Out. Looking In.

An exhibition of Italian artist Salvatore Nuccio on the refugee experience.