Glen Eira Artists Society
25 March to 18 April
Water is the Glen Eira Artists Society’s seventh major exhibition. Water is an essential part of this world and the survival of different life forms within it. Its scarcity or overabundance has an immense impact on life. The artists’ works will illustrate the many manifestations of water.
Glen Eira Cheltenham Art Group
25 March to 18 April
Presented by this dynamic and community-focused art group, this year’s exhibition is a celebration of the individual perspectives of its members, tutors and students. The works, ranging from tonal realism to abstraction, symbolise both the diversity present in our modern world and the experience gained in 57 years of Glen Eira Cheltenham Art Group making art.
Glen Eira Historical Society
Until 18 April
Sights Unseen is an exhibition of items from Glen Eira Historical Society — collecting and caring for local history for nearly 50 years. On display are artefacts and photographs of Caulfield Park, local sporting clubs, Town Hall events and the establishment of the first Baby Health Centres in Caulfield.
Celebrating Australian women artists: works from Council’s art collection
International Women’s Day is on 8 March each year. The day aims to raise awareness about gender equality. It's a chance to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women across the globe.
The Gallery is celebrated the day with an exhibition that acknowledges the creative achievements of Australian women artists. It features works from our art collection.
Curator and artists in conversation
Catch up on our inspiring Curator and artists conversation streamed live from our Arts and Culture Facebook page. Celebrating International Women’s Day, Curator Diane Soumilas hosted the conversation which featured Linda Wachtel, photographer, Dee Goldberg, fashion recycler, Helen Gory, artist, and Waltraud Reiner, milliner who took part in the series of photographs by Stories from the Interior 2017.
Curator’s floor talk
Catch up on our Galley Curator Diane Soumilas' floor talk on the diverse artworks by women artists that have enriched the collection.