Phee Broadway Theatre foyer


The Phee Broadway Theatre foyer is currently hosting the Phee Broadway Theatre Foyer exhibition program, which supports a diverse and rich collection of work from individual artists, group shows and community organisations.

Current exhibiting artists

Robyn Riley: Wild?
Tuesday 13 June – Friday 30 June 2023

Tom Taft: Keitha Taft 1940-2007
Monday 3 July – Monday 31 July 2023

Katarzyna (Kasia) Dudkiewicz: Perception Shift 
Tuesday 1 August – Thursday 31 August 2023

Passions & Pathways - Student Exhibition 
Monday 4 September – Wednesday 4 October 2023

Melanie Sky: Handle with Care
Monday 9 October – Thursday 30 November 2023 

Ned Middleton
Monday 15 January – Tuesday 6 February 2024

Jinette de Gooijer: Crossing Borders
Wednesday 7 February – Thursday 29 February 2024

Kristina Browning, Sonia Browning, Holly Browning
Monday 4 March – Monday 25 March 2024

Linda Dunstan: Habitable
Tuesday 26 March – Tuesday 26 April 2024

Anthony Jackman: Summer at the Res
Wednesday 17 April – Monday 13 May 2024

Glenn White: Recent Paintings
Tuesday 14 May – Monday 20 June 2024

Fred Farquhar and Lucy Armstrong: What Makes Local?
Tuesday 11 June – Friday 28 June 2024

Louise Cooper: Nurokin 
July 2024 

Helena Judy Read: Feral Encounters
August 2024


Read more about the current program on our News and updates page.

Location and opening hours


Mechanics Lane, Castlemaine (enter via Castlemaine Library)

Opening hours

  • Monday to Wednesday: 10.00am-6.00pm
  • Thursday: 10.00am-8.00pm
  • Friday: 10.00am-6.00pm
  • Saturday: 9.30am-3.00pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Exhibition space

The proposed artwork must fit within the display areas.

There are three walls available for use in total:

  • 2x wall panels - 3m wide x 1.5m tall
  • 1x wall panel - 3m wide x 2m tall

The work is hung on a professional hanging system. The height of the hanging rail allows for single and double hanging.

Duration and staffing

The Phee Broadway Theatre foyer is not staffed or supervised so all artwork is exhibited at the artist's or organisation's own risk.

Each exhibition is generally allocated four-six weeks, though requests are considered for shorter or longer periods.

Commissions and sales

Each exhibition should be accompanied by a listing of works or catalogue, and include contact details for the public.

Any sales or enquiries should be made directly with the artist or organisation as Council does not act as an agent.

Should there be any sales of artwork as a result of the exhibition Council will not take any commission.

Launches and other events associated with the exhibition

If you wish to have any associated events to support the exhibition, such as an artist talk or opening, please make this proposal at the point of submitting your expression of interest.

Any associated activities will ideally occur on a Thursday evening before 8.00pm and will be confirmed with the applicant if successful.

Use of the foyer floor space for exhibition launches, artist talks or readings must be booked and confirmed prior to any promotional material being distributed.


Applications are now closed and re-open in early 2024.

Contact us

For more information on the Phee Broadway Theatre foyer program, email us at