Malcolm King poster series presented by Hub Upstairs Gallery. Photo by Olivia Wynne.

About Hub Upstairs Gallery

Opened in 2023, Hub Upstairs Gallery is a new display space in Springwood, showcasing our vibrant Arts community with regularly changing exhibitions from Blue Mountains visual artists. Information on exhibiting at Hub Upstairs Gallery is detailed under the Opportunities page.

Location: Level 1, Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub, 106 Macquarie Street Springwood

Opening Hours: 9 am – 6 pm Monday to Friday, 10 am - 4 pm Saturday and Sunday, and when the theatre is open for events outside of these hours

Admission: Free

Contact: For enquiries about applying to exhibit, please check the Opportunities page for updates. For general enquiries about exhibitions, please email or phone 4723 5050.

Frances Feasey | Good Night Sun

From the 17th of May 2024

This series of paintings depicts Frances Feasey’s love of the local bush sunset. The sunset is historically seen as quintessentially Australian. In 1904 the artist Hans Heysen once said, “We are a people of sunshine and shadow.” With the use of bright colours and expressive brushstrokes these paintings imbue the essence of what makes a sunset so evocative. This is a subject that most viewers can enjoy collectively and relate to from their own memories of memorably sunsets.

Image: FRANCES FEASEY Sea of Honey Sunset (detail) 2024, oil on canvas, 90cm x 100cm

Tal Fitzpatrick | Changemakers: Crafting a difference

coming August 2024

Changemakers: Crafting a difference is an exhibition and workshop first created to coincide with the United Nations’ 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.

Featuring banners created by Tal Fitzpatrick using mostly upcycled materials, it invites visitors to join in some craftivism and learn more about how various initiatives, including action for economic empowerment, can serve to reduce or prevent violence against women.

Changemakers: Crafting a difference is a travelling exhibition from the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, sponsored by Commonwealth Bank as part of CommBank Next Chapter, a program helping victim survivors of financial abuse achieve long-term financial independence. 

Age recommendation: Due to the nature of the exhibition we recommend ages 15+. The themes discussed may be confronting and difficult at times however hugely valuable and important. 


Artist Talk and Workshop
Saturday 17 August

10am - Artist talk with Tal Fitzpatrick 

10:30 - 12:30 - Craftivism Workshop
Join artist Tal Fitzpatrick in a hands-on banner workshop and learn all about Craftivism.
This is a free event however registration is required. Please reserve your space here: Changemakers Craftivism Workshop

Past Exhibitions


Adam Wolnicki | The Tales of the City

Sara Elizabeth Joyce | Other Worlds

Anna Di Mezza | In Dreams 


Helen Shields | Snap Crackle POP

Image: In Dreams exhibition by Anna Di Mezza, presented by Hub Upstairs Gallery in 2023.