Kinross Arts Centre

About Us

Kinross Arts & Spirituality Centre is a celebrated cultural and social hub welcoming people from all cultures and faith traditions. Established in 2004 by Toorak Uniting Church, the Centre occupies the former Manse (Minister’s home) originally built in 1892 in the Arts & Crafts period of architecture. Approximately 10,000 visitors come to Kinross each year to experience exhibitions, special events, concerts, studio arts, spiritual reflection and nourishment at the Manse Gallery Café. The Centre is a recognised cultural asset with the City of Stonnington.

Open: 10am - 3pm Monday to Friday, 603 Toorak Road, Toorak.

What's On: In 2017 we are excited to host the 64th Blake Prize Touring Exhibition. On display from April 7th - May 26th. Accompanied by a symposium Australia and 'The Divine Image' on May 11-13. Watch this space for more details. 

Our Purpose

To provide quality outreach programs using diverse art forms that foster spiritual understanding for the enrichment, education and enjoyment of Stonnington and the wider community.

The Centre features a public gallery, seven individual studios and pretty garden courtyard. 

Governance

Kinross Arts & Spirituality Centre is governed by Uniting Arts Toorak (UAT) Committee of Management in conjunction with one part-time Manager (EFT 0.6). The Committee meets six times per year to support and guide the outreach work of Kinross Arts & Spirituality Centre.

The Governance Team

The Governance Team

  • Chairperson: Nina Mumford (Law; Strategic Planning)
  • Committee: Rev. Dr Christopher Page (Toorak Uniting Church Minister)
  • Barbara Bateman (Visual Arts; Museum Management)
  • Filitsa Giannopoulos (Public Programs; Education)
  • Colin MacLeod (Chartered Accountant; Performing Arts)
  • Anne Page (Psychologist)
  • Sarah Jane Watson (Education; Marketing)
  • Pamela Wilson (Heritage Management; Strategic Planning)
  • Lyndel Wischer, Manager (Arts Management; Curatorship)

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