Arts and culture community events

There's always something happening in the Glen Eira arts and culture scene, from film festivals to exhibitions and tours.

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See below for other Glen Eira events:


Rotary Club of Caulfield and Glen Eira Artists’ Society

Cityscape Murrumbeena when artist paint in the open air for all to share. Activities for children too. Watch or do your own sketch/paint alongside to artists. Enquires on the day at The Hub, 438 Neerim Road, Murrumbeena.

When: Sunday 10 November, 10am to 3pm

Where: Shopping precinct around Murrumbeena Station

For more information, contact 0409 570 195 or visit the Glen Eira Artists’ Society webiste.


 

Glen Eira Historical Society — Speaker Series

Mid-Century Modern Architecture

Presented by Beaumaris Modern

A talk by Beaumaris Modern member Jamie Paterson on mid-century modern architecture in Beaumaris and the successes and challenges his organisation faces in promoting and preserving this type of architecture.

When: Wednesday 27 November, 7.30pm

Where: Caulfield Cup Room — Glen Eira Town Hall, corner Glen Eira Roads and Hawthron Roads, Caulfield

Cost: Gold coin donation

For more information call, 9077 5395 or email gehs@optusnet.com.au

53 Scott St, Beaumaris 1955 (beaumarismodern.com.au)

 

Open House Labassa

Tours of the house operate at 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm. There is also an external tour at 1pm. Refreshments served in the Tearoom. Please park on Orrong Road. Disability access is via the rear courtyard.

When: Third Sunday of every month (except December)

Where: 2 Manor Grove, Caulfield North

Organisation: Labassa (National Trust)

For more information, call 9527 6295 or visit the National Trust website.

Labassa welcomes you to visit during their monthly open day. Labassa is a stunning heritage property noted for its opulent 19th century interiors.

Labassa Drawing Room taken by Chris Groenhout