Bargoogna Nganjin North Fitzroy Library

Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library is located at 182 St Georges Rd, North Fitzroy. It has an exhibition space, a library, maternal and child health centre, community kitchen and courtyard garden.

The exhibition space consists of one curved wall in a busy area which leads to the children’s library, library meeting rooms, customer service desk and staff offices.

The wall is particularly suitable for painted or drawn murals, installation and expanded painting works.

Exhibition space dimensions

  • The wall is 2.7m (height) and 8.8m (length)
  • the left hand side of the column 3.2m
  • the right hand side 5.6m

How do I exhibit my work?

Yarra Council calls for Expressions of Interest to exhibit at Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library and its other exhibition spaces annually.

We encourage all artists who are interested in exhibiting their work to check out our Opportunities page.

Current exhibition

UnMonumental is currently on exhibition at Bargooonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library until Sunday 17 September 2023.

Previous exhibitions

Previous exhibitors at Bargooonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library include Mila Poblete, Jo Scicluna, Kylie Stillman, Gemma Flack, Tai Snaith, Dianna Wells, Simon O’Carrigan, Aaron Claringbold, Hayley Millar-Baker, Jon Butt, Ros Sultan, Felix Wilson, Anna White and Unknown Man Clasps Hand from Cloud.

  • Mila Poblete

    Employing geometric patterns to create installations and sculptures, Poblete’s work explores the essence of materiality by creating sensorial encounters within volumetric spatial compositions and structures.

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  • Jo Scicluna

    Scicluna’s photo-sculptural installation explores landscape as a signifier of place, of belonging and of a longing to belong; to engage in questions of identity.

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  • Kylie Stillman

    Note is a suite of small informal messages, records and markings from the everyday, presented in a way to call the viewer to pay attention.

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  • Gemma Flack

    Flack’s witty illustrations subvert expectations of femininity, as they find and form their own individual identities in the world. Her exhibition explores themes of identity, vulnerability, feminism and self-discovery.

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  • Tai Snaith

    The works explore questions of what it is to be an ‘Open Book’ and what it might mean to be open to different types of language within oneself.

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  • Diana Wells

    Coastal Collection engages landscape, botany and 19th century photography to explore the notion of ‘the new wild’ – where introduced plant species grow wild in dunes and coastal bushland environments within and surrounding Melbourne.

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  • Simon OCarrigan

    Reading in Edinburgh Gardens is a panoramic mural designed to have the viewer feel as if they are inside a picture book set in the nearby Edinburgh Gardens.

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  • Aaron Claringbold

    This exhibition considers the experience of urban waterways during colonisation through a photographic engagement with the region of Melbourne anchored by the confluence of the Merri Merri and the Birrarung.

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  • Hayley Millar-Baker

    Toongkateeyt (Tomorrow) sees the mashing of Countries through inter-generational experiences to create imagined landscapes.

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  • Jon Butt

    Spectra is an immersive photographic installation that formalises both an expanded and compressed notion of landscape.

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  • Ros Sultan

    Ros Sultan is an Eastern Arrernte and Gurindji woman who uses ink and markers to create intricate and highly-detailed images.

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  • Felix Wilson

    Wilson's art investigates the complexities and paradoxes of the human relationship to nature, with a focus on exploring the ecologies of the contemporary night-time city.

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  • Anna White

    This series features local members of the community juxtaposed with books from the Yarra Libraries' collection.

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  • Unknown Man Clasps Hand From Cloud

    Unknown Man Clasps Hand from Cloud began in 2015 as a response to the domestic chaos endured by its creators as they raised their three children.

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