Art Exhibitions

Melton City Council's exhibition program supports local and visiting artists to share their work with the community.  We also encourage exhibiting artists to devise public programs and create interactive arts experiences to bring their work alive for visitors.

Current Exhibitions


Tuesday 8 July - Thursday 23 August • CS Gallery

This exhibition features bold new studio work by Anuradha Patel. Focused on laser-cut metal work, prints and papercuts, works in this exhibition are inspired by the traditional technique of paper cutting. Anu draws on her own Indian folk art tradition as a celebration of daily life and ritual, referencing interaction between humans and animals, and reverence for all life forms. The exhibition also features three stunning window designs commissioned specially for CS Gallery.

Paper-cut Colour! - Community Art Exhibition

Tuesday 3 July – Thursday 23 Aug  • Melton Library and Learning Hub  

This exhibition celebrates our arts learning community who participated in Anu Patel’s ‘Paper-cut Colour’ workshops in Autumn. Come and see how different community members used coloured paper to explore different paper cutting techniques from all over the world. Age-old symbols of unity, longevity, peace and love have all contributed to a beautiful shared art-making experience!

More about Anu Patel

Anuradha Patel is a public artist, sculptor and paper cutout artist living in Bacchus Marsh, with a long career in public art projects in both Australia and the U.K. She delivered major public art projects in the UK, including in Charlton Crescent Subway, and Peace Garden in Birmingham. Recent Australian projects include the Noble Park underpass refurbishment project, Williamstown Botanic Gardens and Mooroolbark Community Centre. Her studio based work is also represented in many collections. 


Apply for Exhibition Space

Melton City Council also has the capacity to present artworks at several sites across the city, including CS Gallery (Caroline Springs Library), Melton Library and Learning Hub and Melton Civic Centre.

Applications to use are welcome from professional and emerging artists to exhibit work in these spaces.  To apply, download and complete the Application Form(PDF, 2MB)

For more information, contact our Arts Engagement and Development Officer 9747 7200 or email:

Exhibition Locations and Opening Hours

CS Gallery at Caroline Springs Library and Learning Hub

193-201 Caroline Springs Blvd, Caroline Springs

Monday: 8am – 8pm

Tuesday: 8am – 6pm

Wednesday: 8am – 8pm

Thursday: 8am – 6pm

Friday: 8am – 6pm

Saturday: 10am – 4pm

Sunday: 1pm – 4pm

Melton Library and Learning Hub

31 McKenzie Street, Melton

Monday: 8.30am – 8pm

Tuesday: 8.30am – 8pm

Wednesday: 8.30am – 8pm

Thursday: 8.30 – 8pm

Friday: 8.30am – 6pm

Saturday: 10am – 4pm

Sunday: 1pm – 4pm