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Dudley House Gallery

Arts and Culture Bendigo CBD

Phone: 5434 6100

Description

Dudley House Gallery is perched at the highest point of the View St arts precinct located just 90 metres from the Bendigo Art Gallery. Dudley House was one of the first government offices erected in Bendigo’s Camp Hill area following the discovery of gold in 1851. The building is one of the earliest and most intact 1850s buildings remaining in the central administrative and commercial precinct of Bendigo, now operating as a gallery, function and event space. The gallery hosts an annual program of visual art exhibitions showcasing local and emerging artistic talent .

Don’t miss the forthcoming exhibitions in 2017.

X – BORDERS
Friday 24 February to Sunday 5 March
X - Borders brings together works by graduates from La Trobe University’s Visual Arts program and explores what it means to seek asylum, crossing physical, psychological and cultural borders.

ROZ EFFENBERG AND LYN COLE, FOLLOW YOUR HEART
Friday 26 May to Sunday 4 June
‘Follow your Heart’ is a response to landscapes in Victoria. Textile, ceramics, photography and painting will be pushed outside the boundaries of the norm to express the fragility and beauty in natures.

ANDRE SARDONE, STEEL EVOLUTION
Friday 16 June to Sunday 25 June
Metal sculptures in a range of sizes and styles made from found objects and reclaimed metal.

For more information about Dudley House please contact The Capital Box Office 5434 6100

60 View Street Bendigo