Please note the new Office Hours

We are now open on Friday morning - 10am to 12.30pm during term

 

 

Please use SERVICE VICTORIA QR CODE registration if possible

as required by the Victorian Goverment

Face masks are currently required

 

 

Welcome to the
Mentone Mordialloc Art Group

 

Mentone Mordialloc Art Group is a not-for-profit incorporated association administered entirely by volunteers.

We have a well-resourced, working studio for the benefit of members. Mentone Mordialloc Art Group runs professionally tutored classes for adults, in a variety of mediums five days a week during the day and evening, at very affordable costs.  There are no classes for children. Please see the Classes & Workshops page for further details.

Our main Members' GALA Exhibition is usually held once a year, and our famous Bargain Art Sale is in early December every year.

We aim to be the creative, fine art hub of the community, a place where people can make friends and create art together.

For further information on our classes, please refer to our "Classes & Workshops" page.

 

**NEW MEMBERS: If you would like to join one of our classes please review the class list and click Contact Us to enquire about a class.

Please note that there are no classes for children.

The Art Group office is run by volunteers and is not attended every day. The office is not attended during term breaks. Please be patient and we will do our best to get back to you within the week.

 

TERM DATES 2021

Term 1 - 25 Jan - 26 March   
Term 2 - 19 April - 18 June  
Term 3 - 12 July - 10 Sept
Term 4 - 04 Oct - 03 Dec

 

 

ART FROM OUR DRAWING TUTOR, LINDA WEIL

 

Its MY nest

MechNest

Bay Trail Public Art Project 

Artist Deb McNaughton and local artists will collaborate on a new sculpture which is to be installed along the Bay Trail as part of the Bay Trail Public Art Project later in the year.

This exciting artwork will see a sculptural rainbow featuring a series of individual 3-meter-high galvanised steel posts that create the optical illusion of a colourful rainbow for those walking, driving or riding along or next to the work. The sculpture is a nod to the temporal ‘Rainbow of Hope’ mural Deb recently painted at Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale, which received an overwhelming positive response from the local community, as it celebrated the unity and connection demonstrated amongst Kingston residents in the face of social distancing rules. Through the significance of the rainbow as a universal sign of hope, this new sculpture will celebrate words/colours/campaigns/names or imagery important to the community, sought through creative engagement hosted by the artist in November.


 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Thanks to our Sponsors

 

We acknowledge and pay respect to the First People of this land,

the people of the Kulin Nation.

 

 

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