Hobartís Carnegie Gallery features a public exhibition program showcasing contemporary art, craft and design. The Gallery is located in Argyle Street, in the cityís central business district.
The Carnegie Gallery is owned and operated by the Hobart City Council, and runs an annual program focusing on high-quality, innovative exhibitions. Working actively with the Tasmanian arts sector, the Gallery provides opportunities for Tasmanian contemporary artists, designers and curators to exhibit. The Carnegie Gallery also supports national and international touring exhibitions.
The Gallery is located in the Carnegie Building, which was constructed in the early 1900s as the Tasmanian Public Library. The building was funded by Scottish-American benefactor, Andrew Carnegie, who also funded over 2,500 public libraries throughout the world.
The Carnegie Gallery is open daily from 10.00am to 5.00pm during exhibitions, with the exception of Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Christmas Day. Entry is free.
Carnegie Gallery Information
Contact & Enquiries:
Phone: 03 6238 2845 (International Code +61362382845)
Fax: 03 6238 2124 (International Code +61362382124)
16 Argyle Street
Carnegie Gallery Facilities
- Conference/Convention Facilities
- First aid equipment
- Public Toilet
Carnegie Gallery Experiences
- The Arts
- Educational Tourism