About the Project Hub.

LUDLOW PROJECTS is a curatorial creative resource for sharing and exposing visual art practice and contemporary graphic design in regional NSW. It was founded by Sonny Day and Biddy Maroney (WBYK), and Simon Hrebicek.

From murals to lectures, workshops and installation, Ludlow hopes to bring a new direction to the arts in the Central West.

Originally a creative / gallery space in Lords Place, Orange, LUDLOW now focuses on realising site specific projects showcasing the best talent from the local region, Australia and the world.

The driving forces behind LUDLOW PROJECTS are inspiration, collaboration, engagement and community impact.

CONTACT US @ ludlowartsprojects@gmail.com


About the Gallery Space.

Ludlow Creative Space at 187 Lords Place Orange closed May 2017.

LUDLOW CREATIVE SPACE was established in 2016 by Maddy and Toby Howell of Good Eddy, and Sonny Day of WBYK

LUDLOW CREATIVE SPACE was a destination gallery with a reputation built upon exhibitions of local and international artists, and a space where artists and designers conducted workshops and shared insights into contemporary practice and process.

 Photo : Seth Buchanan
 Photo : Seth Buchanan
 Photo: Seth Buchanan
 Photo: Seth Buchanan
Above: Photos by Seth Buchanan
 Mural in the workshop by  Georgia Hill  and  James Jirat Patradoon . June 2016. Photo by  Phil Salmon .

Mural in the workshop by Georgia Hill and James Jirat Patradoon. June 2016.
Photo by Phil Salmon.

Below: The renovation of the old printworks.

The 150msq area lies at the rear of 187 Lords Place, Orange. The front of the building features the Good Eddy cafe and retail space occupied by Belle Armoir. Prior to the establishment of Good Eddy in 2014, the building housed the locally owned and operated Scarr's Printing for over 70 years. Ludlow is situated in the old printing workshop, and has retained the original Heidelberg Press and Ludlow Typograph machines as used there over the decades. 

The gallery operated from 2016 - 2017, showing 10 exhibitions and holding multiple floor talks and workshops, which can be explored here.

LUDLOW acknowledge and respect the Wiradjuri people as the traditional custodians of the land on which the space is located.

 Work on the main area, getting ready to be Ludlow.

Work on the main area, getting ready to be Ludlow.

 The old typographic machines in the pre-renovated workshop space.

The old typographic machines in the pre-renovated workshop space.