This versatile space is ideal for emerging artists, or those who are looking for a smaller and more intimate space for their exhibition. Also a wonderful option for a pop-up shop. Exhibitions in this space will require the hiree to provide gallery sitters for the duration of the hire.
$18 per hour, minimum 2hr booking, $100 daily rate.
NFP Community Groups or long term bookings: $15/hr, minimum 2hr hire, $90 daily rate.
$55 per day
$100 per week
Possible additional fees:
Exhibition opening fees - varies. Exhibition opening fees are largely established based on the preferences of the hiree. Assessed on a case by case basis.
Installation fees - $35/hr as required to assist with installation.
Booking terms & fees
All prices include GST and are only open to Cannery Arts Centre members
Minimum booking of 3 days per exhibition
15% commission on sales
50% deposit must be made at time of booking
Lost keys will induce a $77 replacement fee
Exhibitions in this space will require the hiree to provide gallery sitters for the duration of the hire.
All hires are subject to availability.
All exhibition hires require the approval of the committee.
Any hiree holding a private event, or a group event, must be a financial member of the Cannery Arts Centre for insurance purposes. Individual adult memberships - $50 per year, organisational memberships - $160 per year.
Any hiree utilising a space for the purpose of private enterprise must provide the Cannery Arts Centre with a certificate of currency of public liability insurance prior to the hire.
All spaces must be left in the general condition in which they were found. Hirees are expected the sweep floors, wipe countertops, clean any dishes used, and ensure all bins are emptied. Any spaces requiring additional cleaning post hire will incur a $35/hr cleaning fee.
Hire fees may be negotiable, specifically if the hire is related to an event or activity that aligns with the objectives of the Cannery Arts Centre, in particular events which ‘foster, promote and encourage arts and crafts activities within the Shire of Esperance.’