About the BSA Project Space

The BSA Project Space is a repurposed industrial workshop used an as an exhibition space since 2014. The space is both a springboard for students of the Byron School of Art who wish to gain experience in exhibiting, as well as a curated exhibition space for artists working in a diverse range of disciplines. The BSA Project space aims to support the development of a diverse range of art practices in the region including 2d, installation and video-based work. Other initiatives supported by BSA Project Space include talks by exhibiting artists, curators, and visiting art organisations. 

The BSA Project Space is located at 112 Dalley St, Mullumbimby and is available for hire. It has high ceilings, laneway access and plentiful natural light. It can be hired for exhibitions, photo shoots & more.  Exhibitions are held generally every fortnight with Friday night openings 6 - 8pm, and opening times, Monday to Saturday, 10am - 2pm. See our Exhibition Calendar for upcoming and past exhibitions. 

The 2019 program will run in three-week blocks, starting Friday 15 February. As an independent art space with no external funding, the BSA Project Space runs on a rent-supported model with a fee for each exhibition and a commission on sales. The 2019 exhibition program is now finalised.


For more information please contact the Project Space Coordinator Meredith Cusack on 0431 034 892 or projectspace@byronschoolofart.com