January – closed for maintenance
February – Group exhibition, RESIDENCE, recent students or graduates from La Trobe University, Creative Arts & English
March – reserved for CASPA residents
April – Lucy Foster
May – Andrew Pye
June – Diana Domonkos
July – Castlemaine Secondary College
August – Group Exhibition – Cut and Paste
September – Winifred Beaumont
October – Ben Laycock
November – Marte Newcombe
December – Group show – theme to be advised
OUR RECENT PAST
February – Elizabeth Sullivan, “She Walked into the room like an Apology”
March – Caspa Residents (Ben Laycock, Jacinta Walsh, John Smith, Aleisha Ng, Miranda Watts, Melissa Scott)
March 30-31 – Pop Up Exhibition – Helen Kelly
April – My Big Backyard: Reflections on Landscape, featuring: Roz Avent, Ken Downs, Kir Larwill, Diana Orinda Burns, Jan Palethorpe, Jenny Peterson, Rhyll Plant, Amanda Thompson, Anthea Williams, Michael Wolfe, Jennifer Wray.
May – Mark Gussy “Six Black Dots ……”
June – Mark Noulton, “Underneath the Undergrowth”
July – Skulls and Flowers, Castlemaine Secondary College
August – Miranda Watts, Bee’s Knees
September – Emily Donehue and Melita Jansen, She Writes in White Ink
October – Sir Leslie Thornton, “Clocktober”
November – Danni Ryles
December – Group Exhibition – Theme – Assemblage
When we were children we would cut and paste different colours of paper or pictures to form an image. Today collage is an important visual language for communication. From the early photomontages of Dada, collage was used as a political commentary and critique of our society.
For the December Caspa group exhibition, artists are invited to explore the concept of collage – the exploration of glued papers, the cut and paste of images from photographs or reproduction. The work can be sculptural made from a variety of fragments and objects or performance based.
The concept is to create a new image/object from unrelated pictures to make something new, something insightful commenting on recent social issues such as immigration, inequality, oppression, climate change, poverty, homelessness, religion and child sexual abuse, government accountability.
Let your passion or anger run wild and comment on how you feel about a particular issue.
Works must be delivered to Caspa on Sunday 2 December or Monday 3 December. Please email us with details about delivery times. (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org)
All works to be clearly labelled with title of work, artist name and if for sale, amount.
$10 per entry to go to the opening night costs. No restrictions on numbers of items entered.
Opening Night: Friday 7 December 6-8 pm.
Works to be collected 2 January 2019.
Enquiries: Ben Laycock, 0401 338 284 or Melissa Scott 0427 22 33 58
If you would like to exhibit in 2020 please contact Melissa on 0427 223358