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Arts & Culture
Bayside has long been associated with the arts and has a rich cultural heritage.
Artists including Martin Boyd, Alan Marshall, Clarice Beckett, Guy Boyd, Septimus Power, Margaret Baskerville, and Charles Douglas Richardson have all drawn inspirations from living in Bayside.
Bayside Arts & Culture Strategy
Bayside Arts & Culture Committee
The Gallery @ Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre
Supporting the work of local Bayside artists and arts organisations, as well as giving visitors the opportunity to be exposed to important work by non-local significant and established practitioners, The Gallery provides a space for people to engage with art at all levels.
Keep up to date with The Gallery's latest exhibitions and events:
For any enquiries about The Gallery @ BACC please contact:
Phone: (03) 9261 7111 Email: email@example.com
Bayside Arts & Culture Programs
Bayside offers a wide range of cultural programs and events to meet the needs of the community. Council provides places to gather and connect, and programs that inspire and stimulate imagination including:
Bayside City Council has an extensive Art and Heritage Collection with over 1,000 items including paintings, works on paper, ceramics, glass, textiles, mosaics, furniture and sculpture.
Artworks and heritage objects are displayed in Council's Corporate Centre, The Gallery @ BACC and heritage buildings such as Billilla and Black Rock House.
The ARTrium Exhibition Space & Roaming Studios Program is designed to provide artists and organisations that demonstrate a link to Bayside with the opportunity to mount low cost, professional exhibitions within the ARTrium Exhibition Space, located in the foyer of the Bayside Corporate Centre in Sandringham, and Beaumaris, Brighton, Hampton and Sandringham libraries. Artists and community groups also have the option to facilitate information sessions or workshops designed to increase community understanding of artistic practice.
The Artist in Residence program, based at the historic Billilla Mansion, aims to add value to Bayside’s cultural programs and to the broader community. The year-long residencies forge a place for creative dialogue between artists and facilitate the creation of culture via the development of new works. Residing artists facilitate public programs and participate in a school excursion and AIR open day annually.
Launched in April 2015, The Bayside Design Market features the best in Victorian art and design and is a biannual event held at Billilla Mansion and the Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre. Showcasing a range of stallholders selling handmade goods including jewellery, homewares, textiles and accessories, the Bayside Design Market provides a great opportunity to meet the designers and artists selling their wares.
In partnership with Bayside Chamber Orchestra, Melba Opera Trust, the Early Arts Guild of Victoria and the Melbourne Composers’ League, the Resonance Music Series features an extensive program of local and international artists performing in different venues across Bayside. From the timeless works of Mozart and Vivaldi to the more contemporary works of Grainger and Gershwin, Bayside remains a hub for early, classical and contemporary music, along with the art of historic dance and gesture.
For further information on Council's Arts & Culture programs please contact:
The Arts & Culture Project Officer or the Cultural Development Officer
Phone: (03) 9599 4444 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on Council's Arts Collection please contact:
The Art & Heritage Collections Officer at Bayside City Council on 9592 0291
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Arts & Culture eNews 2016
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Page last updated: 18 Aug 2016