lot19 was founded to celebrate life

lot 19 is an evolving artspace in the central highlands of victoria with studio spaces, an outdoor stage, a contemporary art gallery which also presents excellent music, marionette theatre, performance, and film, and an outdoor sculpture park. We are dedicated to promoting undiluted excellence in the full field of human experience, and are not driven by sales. for our history, and who we are, click here

we are so happy to now host 26 artists, following the completion of 4 new studios. a further new studio allows us the honour of hosting ‘trouble magazine‘, and a┬ánew open-access pottery studio is nearing completion, with a large gas fired top-hat kiln and a small electric kiln. please email expressions of interest, and stay tuned for details. next is an additional new stage… (oops, this building thing is infectious!), and a new studio for a print collective! yep…

There are still a limited number of slots left for new shows: check out our Proposal information for more details!

if you are interested in studio space, please contact mark

where we are…

try mark anstey on 0427 724 149 (9am-6pm), denise martin 0488789852 (9am-6pm), or email lot19artspace@gmail.com. please be patient as we are passionate volunteers…

we are at lot19 langslow street (which is up a little lane called mcshanags drive, off langslow st!) castlemaine 3450 victoria australia (map below)

mailing address: po box 937 castlemaine, 3450, victoria, australia


Current Shows

the cartridge family band SAT 19TH APRIL

the cartridge family band SAT 19TH APRIL

The star-studded RRR Grand Ole Twang house band, THE CARTRIDGE FAMILY play lot19 this weekend! featuring rusty rich (scared weird little guys) sarah carroll, and suzannah espie, this lot will get you jumping. an important dance opportunity in the heated gallery! 7:30pm, $20

Melbourne's favourite hillbilly harmony quartet The Cartridge Family are Sarah 'Shirley' Carroll, sister Suzannah 'Laurie' Espie and wayward son Rusty 'Danny' Rich are The Cartridge Family, named for their breezy, sunshine-filled hillbilly songs of death, and for their strong affiliation to public radio, firearms and printing. Their three-part harmonies, two-part jokes and excellent taste in clothes are gonna make you jump up and down...

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