Tag: Castlemaine Art Museum

A partnership for success

Castlemaine Art Museum recently celebrated the first anniversary of its partnership with local businesses Boomtown Wine and Love Shack Brewing Company.

Art museum launches appeal

Castlemaine Art Museum is forging ahead with plans for the future thanks to continued positive fundraising momentum. CAM director...

Thanking our first responders

Castlemaine Art Museum and Dhelkaya Health are hosting a special event to acknowledge the dedication of our paid, and volunteer, first responders....

CAM director reflects

Lisa DennisCastlemaine Art Museum director Naomi Cass celebrates her fourth year at the helm of the beloved local institution in 2023 and...

Art lovers – become a museum guide

Are you excited and curious about what you have seen at the Castlemaine Art Museum? If so, why not consider volunteering as a guide and...

CAM Commissions to launch

Lisa Dennis A fundraiser on Friday will mark the first crucial step for Castlemaine Art Museum's board as it works to raise much-needed funds to...

Gallery closure looms

Lisa DennisCastlemaine Art Museum is facing closure in the middle of next year. It needs a large injection of funding to be able to stay...

Dan visits CAM

Lisa Dennis Premier Daniel Andrews stopped over in Castlemaine on Friday to enjoy a tour of the Castlemaine Art Museum with Bendigo West MP Maree...

Artist floor talk at CAM

Art lovers are about to have a unique chance to catch an afternoon floor talk with Malmsbury artist Gabrielle Martin, discussing her exhibition Through...

From gallery to garden

Eve Lamb Castlemaine's botanical gardens have a new feature ... and if you think you've seen it somewhere else...

Cool $6 million for Castlemaine Art Museum

Eve Lamb A cool $6 million allocation in the state budget has placed the team at Castlemaine's beloved Art...

Art book fair this weekend

To complement the 2022 Melbourne Art Book Fair, Castlemaine Art Museum is hosting a two-day regional art book fair inside the beautiful...

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