The Newstead West walking tour, organised by Castlemaine District Community Health is a great opportunity to explore the other side of the town. The tour will be lead by Newstead Local Ray Stevenson, and will take in some of the historic buildings of Newstead:the old butter factory, the railway arts hub and Presbyterian church, plus the racecourse and the old goldmine dredging area.
The walk will end up at the Arts Hub where you can have a cuppa and take in the current exhibition.
When:Wednesday 24th of Feb from 10-11am
Where: Meet outside the Newstead Railway Arts Hub, Dundas Street, Newstead
Cancelled in the event of heavy rain or a Code Red Day
No bookings or RSVP required
Janet Barker has shared some of the images she took on the opening night of Reiteration. The images give us an intimate perspective of the works, something that may have been a little difficult on the opening night!
The exhibition is open through February: on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11-4pm.
- Julie Patey
The artists: (L-R) Julie Patey, Sandra Tobias, Sally Roadknight, Georgina Duckett
Featuring works by Julie Patey, Sally Roadknight, Sandra Tobias, and Georgina Duckett, the Reiteration exhibition had its grand opening yesterday.
Friends, fellow artists and locals gathered to hear Genevieve Barlow officially welcome everyone and open the show.
The exhibition will be open Fri-Sun 11am-4pm, until the 28th Feb.
Julie’s beautiful landscape-inspired works adorn the main room, as Genevieve celebrates the artists and their creativity
Sandra’s playful works were displayed in the end room, creating a convivial atmosphere
The artwork inspires animated conversation…
Images of Sally and Georgina’s work to come…