Delmar Gallery

Established in 1969 as part of Trinity Grammar School’s Society of the Arts, Delmar Gallery presents an annual program of curated exhibitions featuring local and international artists. The gallery is open to the public with free admission to all exhibitions.

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Current Exhibitions

Head On Photo Festival – Jamie Wdziekonski

Sublation: 10 years of music’s underground from Melbourne and beyond JAMIE WDZIEKONSKI Jamie Wdziekonski has spent years photographing the DIY and alternative scenes in which he’s immersed. Through his distinctive black & white imagery, he’s documented the rise of now-iconic artists such as Amyl & The Sniffers, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard over many years, forming long-lasting and genuine relationships with musicians. From originally self-funding his work, Jamie regularly tours the world with these bands. He’s practised what he photographs. A...

Head On Photo Festival – Toma Gerzha

ctrl+r TOMA GERZHA Russian-born Toma Gerzha has lived in the Netherlands since 2009, where she is a practising photographer and published co-author.  Having completed her photography studies in 2019, Gerzha gained public recognition in 2022 for her solo exhibition at C-LAB Art Gallery in Amsterdam. The show included a series of photographs of teenagers in the post-Soviet space taken a few months before the war in Ukraine.  As part of the 2023 Head On Photo Festival, Delmar Gallery is pleased to present...

Head On Photo Festival – Sarah Mei Herman

Solace SARAH MEI HERMAN Sarah Mei Herman is an award-winning Dutch photographer.  As part of the 2023 Head On Photo Festival, Delmar Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of 12 portraits from her Solace series. “I was commissioned by Emerson, Wajdowicz Studios in New York to produce an extensive photography project about the LGBTQ community in China. In September 2019, I travelled to Xiamen to portray 14 young queer people (couples and singles). In addition to my photographs of these subjects and their...

Opening Hours

Wednesday to Sunday, 12 – 5pm.  Free admission.