Business and Art Forum at Castlemaine Art Gallery, 4 December 2015



Considering Mount Alexander has more creative types per capita than anywhere else in Australia, it seemed only fitting that Business Mount Alexander should organise a Business & Art forum.

These kinds of forums can be the perfect way to share ideas about how local businesses can best benefit from art, culture and event tourism in the district. With the coming of 2016 nearing ever closer it is also the perfect time to launch the third Arts Open, a visual art festival taking … Further information

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Curator, Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum

Permanent part-time – 22.8 hours per week
Collaborative and positive work environment
Commutable distance from Melbourne

Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum is one of Victoria’s most outstanding regional art galleries, with a fine collection of Australian art from the Edwardian period to the present and, a collection of historical artefacts from Castlemaine and surrounds. This wonderful gallery and historical museum is a commutable distance from Melbourne, in the Central Victorian goldfields region.

In recent years, Castlemaine Art Gallery has been expanding its permanent and temporary exhibition programs, and its audience engagement strategies and is currently looking for … Further information

Current exhibitions

Glimpses of Chewton
31 October – 31 December 2015
An exhibition of works painted in and around the town of Chewton, in North Central Victoria.

Local artist David Moore is one of Australia’s foremost painters and was a recipient of the A.M.E Bale Residental Scholarship and the Norman Kaye award. He teaches painting in Melbourne, and is represented by Chrysalis Galleries in Melbourne.
Image: Approaching Storm, Chewton 2015, oil on canvas 30 x 40cm. Image reproduced courtesy of the artist © David Moore
Women of Gold
31 October – 31 December 2015
An exploration of … Further information