Guided Tours of Montsalvat
Upcoming Summer Sunday Tours: 24th February, 12pm
An exhibition of contemporary printmaking.
Barn Gallery, January 10 - March 3
A festival inspired by the setting of the sun with spanish-inspired food, drinks and music.
Thursday 28th February, from 5pm
#daddyasbirds is a series of small gouache studies and oil paintings which evolved out of a year of grief for artist Anna Farago and her daughter Cleo. Adrian Miles, Anna’s husband and Cleo’s Dad, died suddenly whilst riding his bike near Kinglake in early 2018. Adrian loved Australian nature and soon after his death, Anna began to connect with Adrian’s spirit through encounters with his favourite local birds.
Long Gallery, February 7 - March 3
This is Gwen’s second exhibition in the Boulevard @ Montsalvat. Continuing her exploration of the female form, Gwen has created a new series of limited edition reduction linocuts focusing on the quiet reposes of female reflection, sleep and the joy of being surrounded by nature.
The Boulevard @ Montsalvat, February 9 - April 30
This body of artworks share Mana’s passion for the nature through collage of flower petals, intricate ink and watercolor on handmade paper.
Residents Gallery, February 23 - March 17
Flinders Quartet’s 2019 season opens with Schumann, Haydn and Melbourne’s own Matthew Laing
Barn Gallery, Sunday February 24, 2.30pm
The unique pairing of spiritually expressive shakuhachi and sonorous, lively marimba creates a rich tapestry of timbral colours. From the stillness of the breath to outbursts of percussive dialogues, the musical lifeforce is woven between these traditional and contemporary instruments in a program of repertoire and original compositions.
Barn Gallery, Sunday March 3, 2.30pm
Recent works by Samantha Thompson features the printmaking work of “Object Impressions” in conjunction with new series “Anticipatory Nostalgia” and new contemporary tapestries.
Barn Gallery, March 7 - March 31
Montsalvat is proud to present a series of concerts by the international award-winning ensemble, Trio Anima Mundi.
Barn Gallery, 23 March, 22 June, 26 October.
Art Machine is the celebration of the artist. It plays on the sculptural by simply being. It represents the painter, the printer and the sculptor. Its that moment that all artist experience when ideas and inspiration seem to just flow out.
“Point of view” is a four part sculptural installation made from salvaged steel. The work brings a playful contrast to its surrounds by combining colour and form as a spatial intrusion within the sublime landscape and the historical architecture of Montsalvat.
Grounds, 16 October – 9th December
The Tudors investigate the fusion between Art and architecture; and how they effect us.