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Mosman Art Gallery and Community Centre offers a range of well-appointed spaces available for hire with capacity for up to 300 people. It is the perfect venue for a wedding reception, party, corporate function, product launch or meeting and also provides spaces accommodating different community needs. A range of leisure and learning activities such as visual arts, performing arts, crafts, music and dance currently take place at the Gallery.
The Gallery is equipped with a full range of furniture, a commercial kitchen, formal dining facilities, audio visual equipment, Grand Piano, lift and wheelchair access to all venues, and is fitted with a hearing loop to assist hearing impaired people.
Our friendly and experienced staff will ensure the success of your event! If you have any venue hire enquiries please contact email@example.com or 02 9978 4178.
Originally a Methodist Church building, the Grand Hall has impressive architectural features, such as stained glass windows, a soaring interior which creates excellent acoustics, rich timber detailing and polished floors, which give the room an atmosphere of heritage and tradition. The perfect venue for a wedding reception, party, corporate function or large gathering, the Grand Hall can accommodate over 200 people. A fully equipped commercial kitchen adjoins the hall.
Located on the ground floor of the Centre the Melody Room and Harmony Room are multipurpose spaces suitable for a range of activities. These rooms are air conditioned and include modern architectural detailing with polished floors which create a light and airy atmosphere. These rooms are commonly used for community meetings and leisure activities.
Level 1 of Mosman Art Gallery is a multi-purpose facility suitable for corporate events, seminars, wedding receptions and evening functions. A galley style kitchen adjoins this level. A highlight of this space is the display of high quality works of art as part of the schedule of exhibitions at the Mosman Art Gallery, together with modern architectural detailing and polished floors.
Level 2 of the Gallery can be similarly utilised depending upon the layout of changing exhibitions.