This exhibition features drawings by renowned artist Pam Hallandal (1929–2018) accompanied by artwork from former colleagues and students, including Rick Amor; John Scurry; Michelle Zuccolo; Greg Creek; Allan Mitelman; and other artists. During the early 1970s, Pam Hallandal established the first full time tertiary level drawing course in Australia and her teaching practice spanned over 40 years. She is best known for her large scale, expressive charcoal drawings depicting the human condition.
Artist talks and panel discussion
Friday 8 March, midday
Join artist Michelle Caithness for an engaging discussion about her drawing practice.
Sunday 17 March, 2pm
Join artists Greg Creek and Sarah Tomasetti for an engaging discussion about their practice.
Sunday 24 March, 2pm
A panel discussion around the practice of drawing.
Self portrait 2001
Charcoal on paper
92 x 72 cm
Image courtesy of Elizabeth Cross
Monday to Friday, 10am–5pm.
Closed public holidays.
The Gallery is wheelchair accessible.
There is also accessible parking in the car park.
Public transport: tram route 64, bus route 623
Glen Eira City Council Gallery, corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield 3162 View Map