Castlemaine Culcha Callendar

‘The Last Four Days of Paddy Buckley’
Join author Jeremy Massey as he talks about his latest novel ‘The Last Four Days of Paddy Buckley’, a darkly humorous and unexpected novel about a Dublin undertaker who finds himself on the wrong side of the Irish mob. Books available for purchase following the event. Light refreshments provided.
Thursday 12 May
6-7pm Castlemaine Library
Bookings required
Images of Rural Central Victoria Photos by Judith McNay Friday 13th May 7 oclock
Taradale Wine & Produce 120 High Street Taradale
Opening hours: Thurs 4-6pm Fri 11am-9pm Sat 11am-6pm Sun 11am-9pm
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Ryan Coffey
  Friday May 13

Ramshackle raconteur and rock-comedy Lothario and his impressive beard power through an hour of comedy with the help
of his guitar and a loop pedal.

@ 7.30PM
Phee Broadway Theatre Mechanics Lane Castlemaine
http://www.pheebroadwaytheatre.com.au

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ANNE SCOTT WILSON
The sound of one foot tapping Anne Scott Wilson’s new exhibition uses photography, video, sound and sculpture to explore the intersection between performance, memory and movement. Opening Staurday May 14
Stockroom Piper St Kyneton
http://www.stockroomk.com/
-till June 5

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Meg Corson
Wonder Woman CD Launch
Saturday 14th May
8pm Old Castlemaine Gaol
info@oldcastlemainegaol.com.au P. 54706222 http://www.oldcastlemainegaol.com.au/contact-us/
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The Peach Season
by Debra Oswald directed by Rob Jorritsma

-till May 15

Castlemaine Town Hall
Cast: April Bevin, Seamus Curtain-Magee, Bronwyn Lamb, Izrael Little,
Sebastian Marshall, Clare Shamier The Peach Season evokes the heat, scent and hard slog of a peach farm at harvest time. After the fatal shooting of her husband in a service station hold-up, Celia has shut herself and her 16-year-old daughter Zoë away, toiling on a peach farm in the middle of nowhere. When a desperate brother and sister turn up looking for picking work, it’s the beginning of the end for Celia’s safe existence.

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Bill Barber Album Launch
Friday 20th May
8pm
Old Castlemaine Gaol info@oldcastlemainegaol.com.au P. 54706222 http://www.oldcastlemainegaol.com.au/contact-us/



 Reconciliation Week

Our History, Our Story, Our Future Exhibition

Thursday 26 May – Friday 3 June
Castlemaine Phee Broadway Theatre Foyer To celebrate Reconciliation Week, Nalderun Upper Loddon will share photographic and filmic displays, artwork, information, stories and teachings in keeping with this year’s theme, ‘Our History, Our Story, Our Future’.
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Alex Gow & Dan Kelly

The Australian Dreamers Tour

Thursday May 26
8 o’clock Bridge Hotel Walker St C’maine
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Beanie Affair
Friday 27th – Sunday 29th May

C’maine Market Building
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The Dressmaker and the Painter

Robyn Burgess and Heather Lyons
-till May 29
…do what frightens you… This collaboration follows a series of paintings and drawings Burgess made on-site from Velazquez’ ‘Las Meninas’ in Spain, 2014. Those works evolved into a venture between Burgess and Lyons and their attempt to demonstrate how the legacy of Velazquez and subsequent artists can enrich ones reaction/response to contemporary art practices. The collaboration initially examines costume, the crinoline and their architectural, sculptural and engineered use of space. The texture and sense of touch in Lyons three-dimensional forms is evident in Burgess’ paintings, drawings and sculptures. …bodies of fabric and paint…

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Artist in Residence Exhibition
Ryan Villamael
Ateneo de Manila University and La Trobe University
-till 29 May
Filipino visual artist Ryan Villamael has gained recognition for his innovative use of the technique of paper cutting – starting from his early two-dimensional and symmetrical configurations to three-dimensional works. Recent works explore the notion of physical and political geographies through the use of maps and archival photographs. Villamael contests imposed borders, meticulously carving out his own entities. He transforms the two-dimensional records of the dominant into fantastical delicate sculptures or a miniature city scape. Ryan is the recipient of the 2015 Ateneo Art Gallery / La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre Residency Grant. VAC | La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre 121 View Street, Bendigo VIC 3550 T: 03 5441 8724 |
F: 03 5444 2177 | E: c.penglis@latrobe.edu.au W: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/vac

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’Nesting Habits’
Paintings and Sculptures by
Margaret Castle
Small oil paintings by
David Moore
-til 29 May
Falkner Gallery 35 Templeton St Castlemaine
http://www.falknergallery.com.au

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Christine Sayer
May
Phyllis Palmer Gallery
Visual Arts and Design
La Trobe University Bendigo Email: ppg@latrobe.edu.au P. 5444 7917 Hours: M – F 9-5 http://www.latrobe.edu.au/bendigo/about-the-campus/campus- facilities/phyllis-palmer-gallery
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