Gallery M is open, with some restrictions in place

We are very pleased to advise that Gallery M is now resuming normal opening hours (Monday - Saturday 10am-4pm & Sunday 1-4pm)

Limits on members of the public entering the gallery will apply. Visitors will be required to use hand sanitization on entry and record their attendance via QR code or on a form provided by the gallery.

These requirements are legal obligations under current Emergency Management directions. This situation will be constantly reviewed in light of latest health updates.

welcome to Gallery M


Gallery M is one of Adelaide’s most innovative visual arts spaces, a major suburban gallery located in the Marion Cultural Centre (about thirty minutes south west of the Adelaide CBD). With a lofty ceiling over four metres high, quality hanging systems, advanced climate control and specialized lighting, it is available for visual arts exhibitions for groups, individuals or community projects.

A versatile 66 linear metres of hanging space can be created using large custom-built movable partitions that can subdivide the gallery space into separate areas if required. Individual artists or groups of artists may hire the gallery as a single whole space, or several exhibitions may run concurrently. The exhibition program changes regularly throughout the year – there is always something new and interesting on display.

Since opening in November 2001, approximately 370 exhibitions have been featured, providing regular visitors with an amazing range of artwork in all media.

Gallery M is operated by the Red House Group, on behalf of the City of Marion.

The Gallery M shop, adjacent to the gallery, sells a wide range of hand crafted items by local South Australian artists.

The venue is open seven days a week. Entry is free – everyone is welcome.

Gallery M is staffed by paid personnel during all opening hours, supported by a great team of volunteers.

2022 exhibition timetable

Gallery M is a versatile exhibition venue, that can have up to four exhibitions running concurrently.
This is achieved by utilising large free standing walls, that can be configured to create quarter, half or whole gallery spaces.