© 2019 by Coral Street Art Space / City of Victor Harbor

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10 Coral St, Victor Harbor   SA  5211

THE SPACE

The Coral Street Art Space is located in the state heritage-listed old Library building at 10 Coral St, Victor Harbor.    The building was opened in 1878 as 'The Institute'. In 1935 it was taken over by the Town Council as the local library and was then used by the Victor Harbor branch of the RSL for many years. In 2019 Council established the Coral Street Art Space in this building to encourage the development of the creative cultural industry in Victor Harbor by providing a venue for local artists, community members and groups to meet, work, share collaborate and learn.

The space offers 2 large rooms that can be used for exhibitions, workshops, meetings, presentations or displays.

 

Facilities include: 

  • basic kitchen facilities;

  • bar area with commercial fridge;

  • digital projector with drop down screen;

  • 55" TV screen;

  • surround sound system and WI-FI;

  • 5 movable white wall plinths and a selection of half a dozen different size white plinths;

  • 10 trestle tables;

  • 60 conference chairs; and 

  • 8 bar tables and 24 bar stools.

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Who can use Coral Street Art Space?

The mission for the Coral Street Art Space was established as:

'The Coral Street Art Space will encourage the development of creative cultural industry in Victor Harbor by providing a venue for artists, community members and groups to meet, work, exhibit, share, collaborate and learn.'