Resilience Funded artists: ben hurley, Luke Fryer and Emma Richesmon 24 august 2020
Our work often looks at a blurring of lines between everyday life and the creative process. We consider our shared practice to exist beyond the studio, and...
COVID-19 UPDATEwed 8 july 2020
Please feel free to contact us regarding general information about using Temperance Hall spaces, however noting that we will not be able to confirm bookings for the next several weeks due to reinstated restrictions on gatherings due to COVID-19.
PHILLIP ADAMS ART GNOMESMon 1 JUNE 2020
Alongside our donations campaign, we're also offering those feeling a little more generous the chance to purchase a limited-edition Art Gnome handmade and signed by our Artistic Director, Phillip Adams.
DONATE TO TEMPERANCE HALLMon 1 JUNE 2020
As we plan our triumphant return to the studio, we seek your support to afford the employment of artists, allowing ambitious productions to continue unabated.
REFLECTIONS: MIRACLEFri 8 May 2020
During Temperance Hall’s lockdown, we’re taking some time to reflect on the works Phillip Adams BalletLab has created. This second post is a reflection by Temperance Hall Artistic Director, Phillip Adams, on MIRACLE, which premiered at the State of Design Festival in Melbourne in 2009.
REFLECTIONS: AMPLIFICATIONThu 16 APR 2020
During Temperance Hall’s lockdown, we’re taking some time to reflect on what the Hall and Phillip Adams BalletLab has created. This first post is a reflection by Temperance Hall Director, Phillip Adams, on the seminal work, Amplification, which premiered at Athenaeum Theatre in Melbourne in 1999.
RESILIENCE FUNDMon 6 APR 2020
Right now, Temperance Hall are eager to provide support for our arts communities in whatever way we can. We particularly wish to extend our support to independent artists who are considering applying to the Adapt and Create streams of the Australia Council's Resilience Fund.
RESPONSE TO AUSCO ANNOUNCEMENTMon 6 APR 2020
What happened on Friday when the Australia Council announced the outcomes of its 4-year funding for organisations, was possibly the most traumatic loss for cultural organisations within our beloved arts sector that I have experienced in my lifetime as an artist.
LUKE GEORGE UPDATES USMon 23 Mar 2020
As part of Temperance Hall's associate programs, we ask our Artistic Associate to give us regular updates about their work so that you can learn what they're up to. Here's Luke George with his latest news.
TEMPORARY CLOSUREMon 23 Mar 2020
In light of Government restrictions to non-essential businesses yesterday, due to COVID-19, we are faced with delivering the unfortunate news that Temperance Hall will now close its doors to all activity until further notice.
COVID-19 UPDATETUE 17 MAR 2020
Temperance Hall is committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment. Due to the developing situation of the COVID-19 we are implementing some restrictions to our regular business operations.