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North Rotunda

The North Rotunda is an intimate gallery and event space, currently the entrance to Handmade Universe: From craft to code and the spaces between.

The space houses a large-scale new commission by Melbourne-based artist Deanna Hitti titled A is for Alam (pen): the object, the language, the archive, which comprises 156 individually printed cyanotypes.

The Rotunda provides access to both the Cowen Gallery and the Victoria Gallery.

About the North Rotunda

Mirroring the earlier South Rotunda (built in 1928), this small gallery was built in 1940 in the northern end of the Cowen Gallery.


Daily 10am to 6pm