Artists on View
Artists on View is presented by The City of Greater Bendigo and Bendigo Venues & Events (BV&E) to support local artists presenting new work in Dudley House, The Engine Room or Bendigo Bank Theatre.
The program provides venue access, technical support and assistance with promotion.
Artists on View is open to individual artists and arts groups living, working or studying primarily in the City of Greater Bendigo.
Applications are open twice a year.
For guidelines and to apply go to www.bendigo.vic.gov.au/Services/Arts-and-Events/Artists-on-View
(Details to be updated throughout the year)
Kerry Brown: Immersion 20/20*
20 January to 2 February, 10am-3pm
Iain Wilson: Random thoughts*
9 to 18 April, Open daily 10am-5pm
Opening Saturday 10 April, 2pm
Exhibition of recent paintings.
Melanie Thoren: Narcissus Herself
23 April to 2 May, Wednesday-Sunday 11am-4pm
(closed Monday and Tuesday)
A new exhibition from Melanie Thoren
Lauren Starr and Sarah Wallace-Smith: Memento Mori
21 May to 30 May, Opening times - to be confirmed
Memento Mori is Latin for ‘remember that you die’. Death makes our lives important and meaningful, it creates priority, and gives us the perspective to focus on what is important in our lives. Paintings and fine art photographs exploring the role of death in our lives.
Andre Sardone: Steele Life
June 19-27 (Closed on Monday 21st) 10am -4pm
Official Opening and celebration - Saturday June 19 at 5;30pm. Doors open at 3pm.
Artworks by sculptor Andre Sardone and photographer Bridget Finch. A collaboration between innovative imagination and perceptive observation. Exploring the places where art, the discarded and nature intertwine.
It will also include a separate installation called ‘Shimmer' - an installation of explorative whimsical kinetic sculpture made from recycled materials, created by Andre Sardone.
16 July to 25 July / 16 September to 27 September, 11:30 to 4:00 weekdays and 10:30-4:30 weekends
(re-scheduled from February 2021)
Anastasia Maher is a photographic exploration of Victorian land and the people, and places time has forgotten.
8 October to 17 October, 11am- 4pm (Closed Monday 11 Oct)
SPACE: a group show exploring what SPACE means to each artist and represented through paintings, illustrations, photography, mixed media , weaving and more ….created by Lorraine Brigdale, Sharon Greenaway, Maggie MacCathie , Maree Tonkin and Lauren Starr
Julie Andrews: Liminal Landscapes
19 November to 28 November (Dates and opening hours TBC)
The liminal landscape is an exhibition of atmospheric, abstracted and subtle oil paintings of journeys real and imagined that take the viewer to a space between, a twilight time, where dreams and memories reside and anything can happen.)
Fiona Gladigau: Trees and Her
7 January to 21 January, 2022 (Re-scheduled from 2021, day and opening hours TBC)
Artworks that showcase the relationships, loneliness, isolation, and human emotion within the imagery, and through the application of mixed medium materials.
It is an opportunity for the viewer to unpack the layers and textures, and interact with each individual story.
Bendigo Bank Theatre
Duo Allegrezza: Spanish Escapades for Flute and Guitar*
Tickets from GoTix
Drawing on the rich musical traditions of Spain and Latin America Duo Allegrezza - Jenny Gogolin (flute) and Anne Begg (guitar) will present a program of works by iconic composers such as Ibert, Villa Lobus, Piazzolla and others.
Katie Kim - Beautiful Minds*
5:00 PM on 10 April 2022
Tickets from GoTix
Katie collaborates with MSO cellist Miranda Brockman and an award-winning pianist Kenji Fujimura to celebrate Spring season and present a diverse program of chamber music for flute, cello and piano.
Orpheus Trio with Merlyn Quaife
2:00 PM on 5 December 2021
Tickets from GoTix
The Orpheus Piano Trio with soprano Merlyn Quaife perform the Shostakovich settings of poetry by Alexander Blok Op. 127 as well as works by Gordon Kerry, Elena Chats-Kernin and the beautiful Vocalise by Rachmaninov.
* - exhibitions and performance re-scheduled from the 2020 Artists on View program
Image: Kerry Brown Immersion 20/20