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Kinross Arts Centre will be closed on Thursday 22 September for the
National Day of Mourning for HRH Queen Elizabeth II

but will be open on Friday 23 September for the Grand Final public  holiday.

Kinross Arts Centre Events

Thinking about exhibiting your art?

Expressions of Interest are being sought from artists, arts organisations and small groups for our 2024 exhibition calendar.

Proposals from artists of all levels, mediums and abilities are welcome. We encourage all art: either abstract, traditional, innovative or conceptual. Themes such as spirituality, wonder, social justice and empathy are also sought. Submissions close Sept 30, 2023.
Contact director@kinrossarts.org.au

Current and Future Events

Glass Pop-Up Shop

6 days only!

September 18 – 24. Mon - Fri and Sun.   10am- 3pm
 

Support the glass-making students of Melbourne Polytechnic. Purchase these technically masterful glass art objects from current and past students, experimenting with what this challenging medium can materialise.

Proudly brought to you by GLAAS Inc.

 

*Café.603 will also be open on Sun, Sept 24 (until 2 pm).


Images:

1. Anouk Hartlieb - @anoukhartlieb, 2. Michael Castledine - @sandcastleglassstudio, 3. Anastasia Charlambidis - @vitro_charalambidis,
4. Ruby Whiting - @rubaruba___, 5. Shea Oberleuter - @shoglass_designs, 6. Rick Martin - @gugumah_, 7. Mal - @mustkillmal, 

8. Eloise McCullough - @foolsglass

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Ebb & Flow 

Watercolours by Patricia Mirabile

2-20 October

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Patricia Mirabile (2020), Snow Gum, [watercolour]. © and image courtesy the artist.

Patricia Mirabile  (2023), Sandringham Beach, [en pleinair watercolour]. © and image courtesy the artist.

Patricia Mirabile (2023), Chapel Street, [watercolour]. © and image courtesy the artist.

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Starting her career as a botanist, artist Patricia Mirabile records her life and relives her memories by painting them in an impressionistic, often atmospheric style. She sensitively captures a variety of subjects through her thoughtful application of watercolour, creating poetic imagery. 

Opening Drinks 5 Oct, 6 - 8 pm. Introduced by artist Ben Winspear

Artist Demonstration 12 Oct, 11 AM - $10

Please RSVP 

* Gallery open on Sat 12 Oct

Kinross Arts Centre 

603 Toorak Rd, Toorak VIC 3142 | T (03) 9829 0340 | W www.kinrossarts.org.au

Seniors’ Festival Gallery Exploration

Tuesday, 3 Oct 2023. 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Senior admission $5.00

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Visit both the Duldig Studio and Kinross Arts Centre, identifying works on paper across both sites in a Seniors' Festival collaboration. Now in its forty-first year, the Victorian Seniors Festival attracts over a hundred thousand seniors to get active, try something new, meet new people and sample what is on offer in their local area.

The Duldig Studio and Kinross Arts Centre have created a unique collaboration for the 2023 Victorian Seniors’ Festival. With a special discounted entry for seniors, you are invited to a special morning highlighting works on paper both in the Duldig Studio’s permanent collection and in the temporary watercolour exhibition at Kinross Arts Centre.

 

First join us at the Duldig Studio in East Malvern, the former home and studio of internationally recognised sculptor Karl Duldig and his wife, an artist and inventor, Slawa Horowitz-Duldig. After being welcomed with a hot beverage and slice of plum cake, you will be guided round the gallery, studio, sculpture garden and heritage rooms with special emphasis on the number of works on paper in the collection.

 

Following this insightful tour, we will be transferring to Kinross Arts Centre in Toorak, visiting the Hodges Gallery (housed in an Arts and Crafts style manse), Cafe.603 and the courtyard garden. This event will be utilising the exclusive free public transport offer for Victorian Senior Card holders during the first week of Seniors' festival.

At Kinross, visitors will have the opportunity to view the upcoming exhibition of luminous watercolour art by Patricia Mirabile. Afterwards, you are invited to Cafe.603 where you can choose from a number of delicious lunch offerings (menu to follow).

Please Click Here to RSVP

Past Events

Kinross Arts Centre Open House

Saturday, June 17, 10am – 3 pm

Kinross Open House

Explore the Manse!

Meet and Greet

Guided tour, 1 pm

Featuring our new Café 603. 9am – 3pm

Serving Devonshire Teas and comfort food. For groups call 9829 0341
 

All are welcome. Please let us know about accessibility requirements.

Ph: (03) 9829 0340.  E: director@kinrossarts.org.au 

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The Roaring Twenties Fundraising Concert

Sunday 16 April 2023 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM at Toorak Uniting Church

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A joint Fundraising Concert for Kinross ArtsCentre and Uniting AgeWell's

Music for David Program.

Featuring music and readings which evoke the multifaceted moods of the 1920s in the USA,
England, Germany and Australia.

Singers: Nina Mumford, Nicky Wortley, Renn Wortley, Owen Davies,

Graeme Parncutt, John Parncutt, Torquil Syme, Nick Tolhurst
Reader: Margaret Billson
Pianist: David Ross-Smith

Refreshments will be served following the concert.

Get your tickets now:

Please click here to book

Tickets will also be available at the door.

General admission $25 | Concession $20


With limited parking available onsite, it is preferred that people park in Toorak Road or in
neighbouring side streets.


Toorak Uniting Church
603 Toorak Road, Toorak VIC 3142. Ph 9829 0340

About Music for David

The Music For David program was set up in 2013 by Uniting AgeWell in memory of The Reverend David Hodges AM, a former Minister of Toorak Uniting Church. Music For David is a music program which supports people who are living with dementia and gives temporary respite to their carers. The use of specially devised music has proved to be beneficial in alleviating restlessness, agitation and anxiety - symptoms which are often present with dementia.

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Tongan Faiva Performance

Saturday, March 18, 4 – 6 pm at Toorak Uniting Church

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us for an evening of cultural and faith sharing through Pacific Island traditional and
spiritual interpretation. Canterbury Balwyn Road Uniting Church presents this event as a
way of witnessing through the gifts and talents of the Tongan community – a day of
intercultural sharing and connection through fellow churches.

 

Experience mesmerising harmonies by the choir and graceful dance performances exploring

themes related to Tongan history, values, legends, and social structure. This uplifting
performance – a celebration of spirituality and intergenerational unity, 
is a blend of
vocal and instrumental polyphony, choreography, and oratory.

 

An event not to be missed! Spots are limited.

Tickets $20 p.p. can be booked at https://www.trybooking.com/CGGUT
Light refreshments will be served.

There is no onsite parking. Please park on Toorak Road or one of the side streets. 

For further information, please contact director@kinrossarts.org.au    Ph: (03) 9829 0340

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