Lot19 was founded to celebrate life

Lot19 Art Space is an evolving creative space and events venue located in the central highlands of Victoria. The property also consists of 21 artists studios, two outdoor stages, a contemporary art gallery, and an outdoor sculpture park.  We currently accommodate 28 artists in our 21 artists’ studio spaces, including Castlemaine Press, a community access print-making studio, and Castlemaine Clay, a community ceramics facility.

For our history, and who we are, click here

Image: Holly Engelhardt

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Image by Richard Baxter

We are now seeking applications for a new concept, THE CHRYSALIS PROJECT, where Lot19 donate a free studio to an emerging artist of particular vigour and talent so they can pursue their craft beyond immediate financial constraints.  

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Who we are…

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Where we are…

We are at Lot19 Mcshanag Drive (off Langslow Street), Castlemaine 3450, Victoria, Australia (map below)

Mailing Address: PO Box 937, Castlemaine, 3450, Victoria, Australia.

 

 

 

Current Shows

Allie Hanly and Julz Brown: Me, My Selfie & I, 28 June – 14th July

Me, My Selfie and I Alison Hanly and Julz Brown Opening Celebration: 6-9pm on the 28th of June Exhibition Hours: Fri-Sun 11-5pm, 29 June-14th of July Artist statement: Autobiographical works by two local artists exploring identity and how we mark and remember important moments. Self portraiture has always been constructed to tell the story the …

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Lot 19 Gallery Welcomes New Coordinators: Zoe Hambleton & Tobias Richardson

    Zoe Hambleton and Tobias Richardson are pleased to be running, organising, booking and looking after the Lot 19 Gallery from 2019 onwards. A huge thank you to Ashley Mariani for who has done an amazing job of running the gallery and curating so many stunning shows for Lot 19 up until the end of 2018. …

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Mosaic Workshops with Helen Bodycomb: Sept/Nov

    WHITE ON WHITE MOSAICS : SATURDAY 21 & SUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER (+ extra day to finish work Mon 23 Sept) Removing all considerations of colour from mosaic leaves us with the potential for expressive rendering using: shadow (with differing tesserae heights or an undulating substrate), colouring of the interstice, advanced andamento and exploration of nuanced …

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