Orbit: Kylie Banyard – Holding Ground

December 26 – January 31 2021, Benefactors Gallery. The first exhibition in CAM’s Orbit program; a series of exhibitions by artists who live and work in Central Victoria. Kylie Banyard’s practice is grounded in painting and intersects with photography, video and sculpture, as well as fields such as architecture and education. In her work, she …read more

Cloudy – a few isolated showers

In times of uncertainty, the sky is always there; blue, limitless and clear. Except for clouds. The sky evokes strong sensations in art, poetry and the gallery. Clouds gather in the Whitchell gallery with historical and contemporary painting, photography, sound, watercolour and sculpture, curated by Jenny Long. Artists Ros Bandt, W Rubery Bennett, Lina Bryans, …read more

the Way-the Water-the Walk

Punctum’s the Way-the Water-the Walk (Reserved for the Convenience or Pleasure of the People), invites the public into the complex balancing act of water management. With a focus on the Murray Darling Basin, it poses a ‘wicked problem’, one that is byzantine to behold and complex to solve. Presented in the Stoneman Gallery, part large …read more

Cast Recast : Damon Moon

A second-generation maker, Damon Moon is one of Australia’s most respected and prolific ceramicists. Inspired by the beautiful gentle space of the Sinclair Gallery and CAM’s facade, Moon responds to architecture, pottery and process, creating a poetic and contemporary recast of the past. “The past is not separate from the present. In making work for …read more

From the Land

FOYER, MCKILLOP, SINCLAIR GALLERIES Womindjika Woorineen willam bit Willam DJA DJA wurrung Balug Wokuk mung gole-bo-turoi talkoop mooroopook Welcome to our homeland home of the Dja Dja Wurrung people we offer you good spirit Uncle Rick Nelson, Dja Dja Wurrung Elder Artists Peter Banjurljurl (Jinang), Alvin Darcy Briggs (Yorta Yorta, Taungwurrung), Blackgin (Wurundjeri), John Hunter …read more

Janina Green in conversation with the Collection

Something in Janina Green’s hand printed, hand-coloured photographs of still lifes, landscapes and portraits, reminds me of works in the Castlemaine Art Museum. It’s neither the politics nor the unruly experimentation in Green’s work which remembers the Collection, but more so the sensibility: from CAM’s dark tonal paintings to delicate small still lives, naked women, …read more

2019 Len Fox Painting Award

Len Fox Painting Award 2019 The Len Fox Painting Award Exhibition was open to the public from 8 June 2019 – 1 September 2019. Congratulations to the winner of the 2019 Len Fox Painting Award Betty Kuntiwa Pumani. Betty Kuntiwa Pumani was announced on Friday 7 June as the winner of the 2019 Len Fox …read more