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Wednesday—Friday
11am—5pm
Saturday—Sunday
12—5pm

The gallery will be closed Friday 19 April – Sunday 21 April and Thursday 25 April.

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Venue Hire

The Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) is the pre-eminent
Australian organisation for the exhibition of contemporary photo-based arts.

In April 2005, CCP relocated to purpose built galleries at 404 George
Street, Fitzroy. Designed by leading Australian architect Sean Godsell, CCP quickly built a reputation as one of the most impressive exhibition spaces in the country.

CCP is an ideal setting for functions, celebrations and meetings. Easily accessible by public transport, CCP is only 2km from the CBD. An exquisite, functional and contemporary space, CCP consists of four separate exhibition areas, a furnished education space (which can act as a functional meeting room), and a retail store. The
modern interior, unique surrounds and cutting edge photo-media exhibitions offer a prime setting for organisations and businesses to hold functions and entertain clients.

CCP can provide accessible and informative tours of exhibitions and artists’ floor talks; costs detailed in the Venue Hire Brochure.

As CCP is open to the public Wednesday to Friday 11am – 5pm, and Saturday to Sunday 12pm - 5pm, the use of the space is subject to availability.

A range of hire options are available. We warmly welcome inquiries.

Bookings and Inquiries
General Manager
generalmanager@ccp.org.au
03 9417 1549

Venue Capacity

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Space

Square Metres

Capacity: Cocktail

Capacity: Banquet

Capacity: Theatre

GALLERY 1 & 2

142 sqm

100 guests

40 guests

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GALLERY 3

100 sqm

100 guests

60 guests

120 guests

EDUCATION SPACE

33 sqm

N/A

N/A

25 guests

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