CAM IS BACK IN TOWN
After a period of challenges and with support from the Castlemaine and Central Victorian community — as well as special friends from broader afield — CAM is in a phase of renewal.
Just as the community gathered around for the launch in 1931 we invite you to gather once again in support of CAM’s renewal.
Photograph of opening ceremony, 1931.
Guided by extensive audience and stakeholder research, we have rolled up our sleeves and are cataloguing, documenting and securing the Collection; caring for CAMs heritage listed building; refreshing the galleries and developing public programs.
By making even the smallest donation, you are investing in CAM’s future.
CAM needs your financial support to;
— present new exhibitions
— present education programs for young and old
— exhibit bold, new interpretations of CAM collections.
Please make a tax-deductible donation to CAM.
Let’s show the world that CAM is not just open, it is back in town!
To make your donation by phone
please call (03) 5472 2292 Thursday-Sunday 12-5pm
To make your donation by EFT
BSB: 063 509
Account Number: 0080 0215
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Uncle Rick Nelson, Jarra descendent, local Elder and Dja Dja Wurrung Traditional Owner offering the Welcome to Country for the opening of the 2019 Len Fox Painting Award. Attended by 250 people the exhibition presented 48 finalists from across Australia, each responding to the life and work of the Australian artist Emanuel Phillips Fox (1865-1915). Image Ben Blacket.
Photographs from the 2019 Len Fox Painting Award opening event. Images: Ben Blacket.
Photographer: Ben Blacket