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Wes Campbell artwork

Wednesday 28 February 2018

An exciting opportunity exists for local artists, makers, curators and groups interested in using the foyer of the Phee Broadway Theatre in Castlemaine to exhibit work.

The program offers artists the opportunity to exhibit works over a two-month block at the theatre foyer, which shares an entranceway to the Castlemaine Library.

Exhibitions will be promoted as part of the 2018 Regional Centre for Culture (RCC).

“The RCC is shining a light on our talented community this year and Mount Alexander Shire Council wants to give locals every chance to get involved,” said Vicki Anderson, Cultural Development Officer, Mount Alexander Shire Council.

“The RCC has enabled Council to offer a local residency program at the Phee Broadway Theatre and the opportunity to use the foyer space aligns with our focus on encouraging community access and use of this key venue,” said Ms Anderson.

“We want to hear from locals who are keen to display their own work or who represent other artists or makers,” she said.

Expression of Interest forms must be submitted by 5.00pm on Thursday 15 March.

“The Phee Broadway Theatre foyer has had some wonderful artwork on show over the years, and we’re looking forward to seeing an even wider representation from our creative community in 2018,” said Ms Anderson.

Expressions of Interest and information sheets are available from the Supporting our arts page on Council’s website. Printed copies may be collected from the Civic Centre, Castlemaine Library or Visitor Information Centres.

For further details on the program please email arts@mountalexander.vic.gov.au or phone Vicki Anderson on 5471 1877.

The Regional Centre for Culture is an initiative of the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria in partnership with the Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation, Central Goldfields Shire, City of Greater Bendigo, Hepburn Shire and Mount Alexander Shire.


Image: See Wes Campbell's artwork on display at the Phee Broadway theatre foyer until the end of March.


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