The F. M. Courtis Collection will surround new and returning La Trobe University students as they arrive for orientation in the Phyllis Palmer Gallery this week.
This exhibition explores the instinctive creative desire to arrange three-dimensional objects; on a mantelpiece, in a cabinet, a shop window or in a gallery.
Butterworth confronts depression head-on with a series of unsettling self-portraits that respond to the words of those who suffer the debilitating illness.
The Bendigo Art Gallery has a selection of powerful landscape paintings by four of Australia’s most revered contemporary female artists on display.
In the lead up to the Bendigo Art Gallery’s 130th celebrations, visitors will begin to see works being hung which may not have been on display for several years.
When visitors enter Simon Finn’s exhibition, Beyond the Frustum, at the La Trobe Art Institute they find themselves surrounded by dark and turbulent waters.
The Bendigo Art Gallery's new exhibition celebrates and critiques this land we call Australia.
Bendigo Art Gallery has a selection of holiday workshops inspired by the gallery’s collection of landscapes and Post Office Gallery’s current exhibition Menagerie: animals in Bendigo history.
Bendigo's relationship with animals is being explored through a new exhibition at the Post Office Gallery