Welcome to The Duldig Studio Museum & Sculpture Garden

The former home and artists’ studio of sculptor Karl Duldig (1902-1986)
and his wife, artist and inventor Slawa Horowitz-Duldig (1901-1975)

“The Duldig Studio offers visitors the experience of the working environment of a distinguished sculptor, and his wife, an equally talented and interesting artist. It gives an insight into the cultural life of Melbourne and Australia at a time of enormous change, politically and artistically.
This is a profound lesson in the experience of migration transforming the life of the nation.”

Dr. Gerard Vaughan AM, Former Director of the National Gallery of Victoria and National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Annual Appeal - Quadruple your impact before 15 June 2024

The Power of Art to Build Bridges

Now, more than ever, art helps us to understand our world and opens our minds to new ideas.

As a unique Studio & Museum that tells the story of one family’s survival through art – our message is increasingly significant; to be open-minded, empathetic and to embark on our own creative journey. Through education and public programs our impact is expanding.

Please help us to develop our programs; to build a deeper understanding of the effect of war on art and communities, the importance of home to displaced persons and to build long-lasting, deep-rooted engagement with our art and history.

Thanks to the generosity of some of our long-term supporters, every $1 donated between now and midnight on 15 June will be matched with a $3 top-up donation. This means the impact of your gift will be quadrupled.

For every $25 donated by you, the Studio & Museum will receive $100.