Chapter House Lane is a non-profit organisation that is rent-free and commission-free for artists. The gallery is managed by a professional volunteer committee who are dedicated to providing a unique platform to showcase contemporary art, while offering artists curatorial, event and communications support free of charge.
Chapter House Lane aims to foster the work of predominantly unrepresented emerging and mid-career contemporary artists by putting their work in the public eye. If you enjoy what we do, there are a number of ways you can help: Make a donation; sponsor; or volunteer.
Make a donation
We welcome donations of any size. We accept direct non tax-deductible donations. Find our account details here:
CHAPTER HOUSE ARTS INC
Account type: Community solutions Cheque Account
BSB: 033005 | Account No: 403192
Alternatively, you may wish to contact us to discuss other options.
Volunteer with us
Chapter House Lane seeks new volunteers to assist with gallery events and operations.
If you’d like to be involved, please send us an email to tell us about yourself, your skills and how you might like to help.
Friends of Chapter House Lane
Chapter House Lane opened in 2011 thanks to the generosity of 64 individual donors. Particular thanks goes to John Ryan, Helen Tiplady, Jess White, Lauren Cousins, Anthea Christie, Julia Grigg and Deniz Yaka, and our top patrons, Debbie Rudder, Inge Fuglestved, Lucinda Sharp, Here Studio, Sam McNair and Peter Sharp.
When we first started out, many people lent us a hand, car, advice and/or practical skills, including the McGrath brothers, Brigid Meredith, Ben, Maggie, Jo, Owen, Fi, Lauren, Cassie, Kirsty, Tom, Simon, the list goes on…
To everyone who has helped and continues to help, we thank you!
Over the years we have been supported by generous local businesses, including Careers Australia, Hawthorn Brewing, Ezard, Alpha60, Shout Out Loud!, Peter Rowland Catering, Brunetti Carlton, Queen Vic Gourmet Butchers, Dianne’s Delights Delicatessen, Melbourne City Meat, Blockprojects, No Vacancy Gallery, Heide Museum of Modern Art and Bunnings Port Melbourne.