On the last Friday and Saturday of every month Outer Space is transformed into an all-ages music venue.
The Outer Space Residency Program is designed to encourage artists to develop research skills and critical self-evaluation in order to develop their field of practice. This program provides an opportunity for successful applicants to explore the basic principles of research methods outside of a tertiary institution and consider how these may be applied to their current art practices.
The Outer Space exhibition program provides a platform for experimental, progressive and professionally sound creative practices of early career artists.
Community Space and Public Programming
Outer Space’s dedicated lecture space is utilised in collaboration with relevant local associations and organisations that provide alternative educational services to the community. In-house programming facilitates opportunities for artists and creative sector to speak professionally about their practices. With programming not restricted by medium and arts professionals of all disciplines invited to participate, this platform focuses on diversity in the creative sector. Outer Space places emphasis on engaging with and supporting experimental practice and practitioners in order to incubate a dynamic art community and discourse.