Education | Bill Henson: Landscapes

 

Opportunities are available for teachers to conduct a self-tour of the exhibition or to book a general or Studio Arts focussed tour of our current exhibition Bill Henson: Landscapes (30 April-30 June 2016) with arts educator Margot Feast.

Please fill out the Booking Form to schedule your visit and email it to info@castlemainegallery.com or call the Gallery for further details, or to purchase a catalogue on (03) 5472 2292

We look forward to welcoming you and your students!

See our Education page for more details.

 

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Befriend Your Gallery!

 

A new group, Friends of the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum has recently been formed to widen the audience of the Gallery within the local communities of Central Victoria and to raise funds.

For just $5, additional to the gallery annual membership fee, members of the CAGHM can join the Friends group, for the lively events planned and enable members to enjoy exclusive Gallery viewings, excursions and have some fun with like-minded art enthusiasts.

The LAUNCH of the Friends will take place on Sunday 29th May from 3-5 pm at a SECRET location, which will be revealed when guests have signed up!

Since the … Further information

2016 Len Fox Painting Award | Call for Entries

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The 2016 Len Fox Painting Award is a biennial $50,000 acquisitive award at the Castlemaine Art Gallery & Historical Museum. Initiated and funded by Len Fox (1905-2004), this prestigious award commemorates the life and work of his uncle, the influential and internationally recognized Australian born painter, Emanuel Phillips Fox (1865-1915). Known for his plein air, impressionist style, Fox’s paintings are characterized by vibrantly coloured landscapes and scenes of everyday life.

The 2016 Len Fox Painting Award is an exciting opportunity for artists to interpret these qualities in a contemporary context.

Entry forms available Len … Further information

Bill Henson: Landscapes | 30 April – 30 June 2016

 

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The upcoming exhibition Bill Henson: Landscapes will mark the first major exhibition of photography at the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum (CAGHM).

Bill Henson is one of Australia’s foremost contemporary artists. Born in Melbourne, Henson’s work has been exhibited extensively in Australia and internationally since the mid-1970’s. Bill Henson: Landscapes presents a selection of Henson’s urban and rural landscape works made between 1997 and 2006. This exhibition is the first of its kind at Castlemaine Art Gallery, and complements the Gallery’s significant permanent collection, with its focus on … Further information

Working together for the Community

Robertson Hyetts Solicitors & Castlemaine Art Gallery
 

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Robertson Hyetts is assisting the Castlemaine Art Gallery on a pro bono basis to review and assist with the structuring and strategic positioning of the Gallery for future activities and growth in the region.

Robertson Hyetts incorporates Lawsons, the historical firm that has been an active participant in the Castlemaine community for over 100 years, has had a relationship with the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Buda Historical Home & Garden for many years.

David King, Chief Executive said, “Robertson Hyetts is proud of our involvement with the … Further information

Coming Soon in 2016

 

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Last Chance to See Ben Quilty’s After Afghanistan: Ends 17 April 2016

 

Last chance to see Ben Quilty’s incredible exhibition After Afghanistan, before it returns to the Australian War Memorial. The exhibition closes on 17 April 2016.

Ben Quilty’s amazing Australian War Memorial touring exhibition stretches across three of our gallery spaces.

Come and immerse yourself in the arresting work of one of Australia’s most significant and engaged contemporary artists.

Just 5min walk from the Castlemaine train station: www.castlemainegallery.com/contacts/

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Image: Ben Quilty in Afghanistan, image courtesty the artist and the Australian War Memorial.

www.awm.gov.au