Workshops and Events



Carolyn Dew, Life and Death

Photo Excursion Experience with Photographic Artist Carolyn Dew

When: 25th November, 2018 from 10am – 12pm
Where: White Hills Cemetery
What to Bring: Camera
Where to Meet: White Hills Cemetery, St Killian Street Entrance.
Cost: $24.19
The Workshop
Carolyn Dew will lead a photo excursion of the White Hills Cemetery on Sunday 25th November, 2018 from 10am – 12pm. Bring your cameras and experience taking some photographs under the guidance of a professional photographic artist,
We will then return to Arnold Street Gallery for a discussion and viewing of Wild & Tamed, an exhibition by Carolyn Dew and Rhys Jones, over a cuppa and cake at Arnold Street Gallery.
Carolyn Dew
Carolyn Dew is a Bendigo based photographic artist and curator. She completed her fine art studies at the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne. Her photographic work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Great Britain, Melbourne, and Bendigo. Dew currently has works on show in the Bendigo Art Gallery’s Gothic Beauty Exhibition. Along with Rhys Jones she is the recipient of the Arnold Street Gallery photographic bursary made possible by Creative Victoria’s Regional Centre for Culture 2018 Grant. Their current show and self published photographic book, entitled Wild & Tamed, will be launched on Saturday 17th November, 2018 from 2-4pm.
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Heather Shimmen | Off The Wall Linocut Workshop

Postponed until the new year.

Off The Wall | Heather Shimmen | Linocut Workshop

When: 2019| 10am-3pm both days
Where: Arnold Street Gallery, 189 Arnold Street, North Bendigo
Cost: $350.00 | Early Bird Rate Available $305.00
What to bring: Lunch, apron, wear comfortable clothes and enclosed shoes
What we supply: Materials, morning and afternoon tea


Whether you are experienced or a beginner you can transform your ideas into linocuts. Discover ways in which other processes such as drawing, sewing, and solvent transfer, to name just a few, can be incorporated to make three dimensional objects. There will be demonstrations of image transfer, cutting a block and printing. A simple book with experimental elements can be created or perhaps a hanging work – give full rein to your creativity!

Heather Shimmen

Heather Shimmen is an award winning Australian artist who works predominantly as a print-maker and has been making art for nearly 40 years. She exhibits regularly and has work in many major and private collections both in Australia and overseas. She has and still lectures in various Melbourne Universities and has taught in TAFE, community arts and has run numerous workshops.

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