Our upcoming exhibition Beard and Influence (10 July – 15 August 2016) explores portraiture and the performative nature of the artist in the various guises of twelve Australian bushrangers. Clayton Tremlett has recreated original photographs of twelve bushrangers, and from this documentation he has developed self-portraits in linocut and laser resist etching prints. Hear the …read more
The exhibition Beard and Influence is coming soon to Castlemaine Art Gallery (10 July – 15 August 2016). Beard and Influence, by local artist Clayton Tremlett, is a study of 12 bushrangers (and their beards) realised as a series of large scale prints. Tremlett has conducted research into 12 bushrangers and their stories, and has …read more
Robertson Hyetts Solicitors & Castlemaine Art Gallery 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 …read more
The report of the independent review of the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum is available for members, on our website and with limited hard copies available at the front desk of the Gallery. It is a comprehensive document, considering the Gallery’s organisational structure and governance as well as the strategic directions it may …read more
Saturday 19 October, 3pm The President Rev Ken Parker, Committee of Management and Director of the Castlemaine Art Gallery & Historical Museum have great pleasure in inviting you to the official launch of the publication ‘Castlemaine Art Gallery & Historical Museum HISTORY & COLLECTIONS’ by the Hon Heidi Victoria MP, Minister for the Arts on Saturday …read more
AME BALE, Her Art and Life By Peter Perry. Published by the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum Alice Marian Ellen Bale (1875-1955) is one of Australia’s most significant painters of flowers. She is also known for her subtle and sensitive portraits and for her many evocative studies of interiors and landscapes.
During the Castlemaine State Festival, CAM will be open every day from Thursday 19 March – Sunday 4 April 2021, 12pm-4pm. Usual Opening Hours Monday CLOSED Tuesday CLOSED Wednesday CLOSED Thursday 12.00pm to 4.00pm Friday 12.00pm to 4.00pm Saturday 12.00pm to 4.00pm Sunday …read more