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Mick Pachollihttps://tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his father's publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry.        


We are excited to announce that Linden Projects Space is now accepting proposals for exhibitions to be shown in 2025. Artists, curators, creatives and collectives of all career levels are encouraged to apply. We welcome proposals for projects that are critically-engaged, conceptual, cross-disciplinary, site-responsive, participatory, challenging, innovative, and discursive.

Applications Close > Sunday 4 August 11:59pm

To access the exhibitor info pack and get applying, please follow the link below.


Linden Projects Space is a purpose-built gallery space dedicated to providing artists and curators of all career-levels a supportive environment to test their ideas, experiment, and exhibit their work. Programmed each year by an open and equitable proposal call-out process, Linden Projects Space presents a diverse, free-to-visit, rotating exhibition program of solo, collaborative, and curatorial projects.

Since the Linden Projects Space opened in 2019, we have provided critical support for early-to-mid career practitioners through professional development resources, curatorial mentorship, and audience engagement to realise quality projects. By affording artists the freedom to explore, experiment and take risks with their work, the Linden Projects Space expands the sphere of contemporary practice, championing emergent forms of artmaking and critical exchange.

Many projects first shown at Linden Projects Space have since toured locally, nationally and internationally. Here are some testimonials from previous exhibitors:”Exhibiting at Linden Projects Space was a great experience – the curator and staff were hard working and went out of their way to install the exhibition according to my wishes and my artistic vision.”
— Jane Burton

Having recently moved to Melbourne from Perth, exhibiting at Linden Projects Space has helped as a starting block to begin to build an audience of collectors and eventually gallery representation. I have started the process of gaining a new audience including collectors and curators, selling a number of works, and being invited to show my work at a major regional museum.”
— Jarrad Martyn

As curators, we all benefitted enormously from exhibiting at Linden Projects Space. This was the first exhibition any of us had done, and we developed skills relating to managing the realisation of an exhibition from start to finish – including shaping the exhibition premise/theme, working closely with artists and relationship-building (very important), speaking about and promoting the artists and their work to others, and many other facets of exhibition-making. This has given us the confidence to work more with artists to develop exhibitions.”
— Coral Guan, Sebastian Kainey, Ada Coxall



In a busy gallery four people gather around a white plinth laughing while holding wine glasses. Displayed on the plinth is a vessel of vibrant colours and playful textures.

Registrations for Design Fringe 2024 are now open!

This year’s Design Fringe exhibition celebrates the role of design in fostering togetherness. It highlights the power of the table as a gathering place, inspiring new forms of connection and understanding, and highlighting the vibrant intersections of culture, conversation and food.

Design Fringe provides a space for designers to exhibit innovative creations and push the limits of traditional notions of design, featuring a broad cross section of works from textiles, jewellery, furniture, ceramics, through to architectural and civic design.

Registrations close midnight Sunday 7 July.

IMAGES >  Elise Cakebread, Gathering Dust, installation views, 2023. Image courtesy of the artist. Photograph: Michael Quinlan. > THE ESCAPE, installation views at Linden Projects Space, 2023. Photograph: Karl Halliday. > Visitors interacting with Sydelle Mullen’s installations, My Womb: A Public Space, at the Linden Projects Space, 2023. Photograph: Shelley Xue. > Jane Burton, Kingdom of Pleasure, 2022, installation in progress. Photograph: Shelley Xue. > Opening of Jarrad Martyn, Relics, 2022. Photograph: Laura May Grogan. > Curator Ada Coxall and artist Maki Morita installing Labour Lexica, 2022. Photograph: Shelley Xue. > Opening of Design Fringe 2023. Photograph: J


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