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Onespace is a Brisbane gallery that presents and sells contemporary art, including work by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.

We curate an exhibition program exploring diverse themes and media.

We show emerging, mid-career and established artists whose works inform, stimulate and challenge.

Onespace welcomes you to engage with the artists and artworks we exhibit.



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Gallery Directors


John Stafford, Director

John has extensive experience in the visual arts. As Director of Visual Arts, Craft and Design at Arts Queensland John led a team which developed and delivered: the Backing Indigenous Arts (BIA initiative), including the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF); art+place, an international public art program; Queensland’s contribution to the national Visual Arts and Craft Strategy; and the Queensland Design Strategy 2020, incorporating Unlimited: designing for the Asia Pacific Region. John also implemented Queensland’s inaugural and nationally-recognised public art policy: Art Built-in. John’s Churchill Fellowship research in 2003 examined public art programs in the USA.


Jodie Cox, Director

Jodie has worked extensively in the creative sector including working with collaborative teams of artists, designers and other professionals to find creative solutions for our cities and public spaces. Over the past decade Jodie has played an instrumental role in a number of significant public art projects in Australia, the Middle East and China. Jodie specialises in art and design strategy development (including cultural research, project visioning, creative workshops, consultation and curatorial framework development) and in providing curatorial and strategic advice to artists and clients to realise complex art projects.

Gallery Officer


Alicia Hollier, Gallery Officer

Alicia oversees a broad range of front and back of house operations at Onespace. She graduated from Queensland College of Art (Griffith University) in 2016, obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Art (majoring in Interdisciplinary Sculpture). During her time at QCA, Alicia managed social media for Drawing International Brisbane (D.I.B), a 3 day symposium facilitated by Kellie O’Dempsey and Dr. William Platz and co-directed the Music Gallery series at the Queensland Conservatorium. In 2015 she completed a study tour throughout Indonesia and Singapore. Alicia has recently obtained a Diploma in Events Management through Torrens University, Brisbane. Alicia assists in the delivery of a variety of projects and exhibitions at Onespace.