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Kinross About Us

Thinking about exhibiting your art?

Expressions of Interest are being sought from artists, art organisations and small groups for our 2024 exhibition calendar. Proposals from artists of all levels, mediums and abilities are welcome. We encourage all art: either abstract, traditional, innovative, or conceptual. Themes such as spirituality, and social justice are also sought. Contact

Kinross Arts Centre

Kinross Arts Centre engages the community through arts and spirituality. Established in 2004 by the Toorak Uniting Church, Kinross is housed in a striking Arts and Crafts-style former Manse (Minister’s home) built in 1892 and located at the rear of the Church.  It incorporates the Hodges Gallery and other exhibitions spaces, six artist studios, the Manse Café and a courtyard garden.


Kinross has an evolving program of exhibitions, workshops, talks, performances and other events that attract a broad and varied audience of people.  Many people visit throughout the year and Kinross prides itself on being accessible, open and welcoming to all.  Exhibitors and visitors alike come to Kinross Arts Centre from far and wide, locally, from across Melbourne, interstate and overseas. 


Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 10.00am – 3.00pm

Telephone: 9829 0340

Address: Kinross Arts Centre, Kinross House, 603 Toorak Road, Toorak, Victoria, 3142

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Our Purpose

To provide outreach programs using diverse art forms that foster enrichment, education and enjoyment for Stonnington and Eastern Melbourne residents and the wider community



Kinross Arts Centre is governed by the Uniting Arts Toorak Committee of Management and employs a part-time Director, Mary Arho.  The Committee meets six times each year to support and guide the work of Kinross Arts Centre.

24. Colander, 2012, oil on canvas, 30 x

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