There's always plenty happening at Trinity College.

All that you've loved

All that you've loved

19 March – 30 May 2024
All that you've loved brings together a collection of David Frazer's work over the past two decades, his engagement with some of his favourite songwriters and a reflection of the human experience of life, love, disappointment and hope.

Face Me portrait

Face Me

2 May – 14 Nov 2023
Face Me - Portraits of a Collegiate Community brings together a selection of works from Trinity College's highly regarded collection of Australian portraiture.


20 Feb – 14 May 2020
Balnhdhurr - A Lasting Legacy celebrates more than 20 years of work by Yolngu artists from the Yirrkala Print Space in Northeast Arnhem Land.

Be Brutal

3 Oct – 19 Dec 2019
Be Brutal: Nicholas Harding presents a selection of portraits works by 17-time finalist in the Archibald Prize, and winner of the prestigious


4 Jun – 5 Sep 2019
A unique and rarely seen private collection of Indigenous bark paintings from Milingimbi and Yirrkala, Northern Territory.


26 Feb – 9 April 2019
A series of works by Melbourne artist Vicky Watts exploring the rugged bushland of Mt Buangor State Park in the aftermath of a controlled burn.


12 Jun – 30 Nov 2018
In collaboration with the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS), Barring-bul draws together a collection of works from Indigenous artists of the Northern Territory

Patrons at a gallery

Woop Woop

22 Jun – 30 Nov 2017
A unique suite of works produced by renowned Australian-Irish artist John Kelly, during his residency in Antarctica.