Summer Open Day

Duldig Summer Open Day
12 December 2021, 1-4pm

Please note: We will be monitoring COVID-19 restrictions. Please see check our Covid-19 updates prior to visiting . More information

[Image Description: A young person with shoulder length hair and a summer dress smiles at the camera. The person to the left of them looks at a brightly decorated umbrella on the ground.]

 

The Duldig Studio will be holding a Summer Open Day on Sunday the 12th of December to celebrate our re-opening to the public. Meet our new Director, Julie Skate, while our staff and volunteers are excited to show you the Studio’s current exhibition ‘Karl Duldig: A Living Legacy’, our beautiful Sculpture Garden and Karl Duldig’s in-situ artist studio, built in 1962.

There will also be clay to play around with, where our Curator and Sculptor-in-residence Stefan Damschke will show you how to model clay sculptures with a modernist twist. For a gold-coin donation to enter the Studio and with Malvern’s treasured Central Park at your doorstep, is there a better way to spend a Sunday afternoon?

Date: 12 December 2021
Time: 1-4pm
Location: Duldig Studio, 92 Burke Road, Malvern East 3145
Entry Price: A Gold-Coin Donation

Accessibility Notes:

The Duldig Studio Gallery and Heritage rooms are accessible via wheelchair.
The interior toilet, accessible through the kitchen, is accessible through a doorway that is 80 cm wide, and another door that is 80 cm wide. The length between both doors measures 105 cm. 
The back garden is accessible through the side gate to the right of the Studio’s Gallery Space, which is 114 cm wide. 
The pathway is lined with slate stones and gravel. There is a 101cm gap into the Sculpture Garden between Karl Duldig’s wooden shed and the Duldig Studio gallery. 
There are three steps leading into Karl’s 1962 Studio, the lowest measuring 13 cm high, the middle measuring 31 cm high, the highest measuring 47.5 cm high. 
The outside toilet has one step leading to it, measuring 9 cm. The doorway is 77cm wide. 
The outside workshop has three steps leading to the doorway. The lowest step is 12 cm high, the middle is 15 cm high, and the highest step is 27 cm high. The doorway is 82 cm high. 

[Image Description: A young person with shoulder length hair and a summer dress smiles at the camera. The person to the left of them looks at a brightly decorated umbrella on the ground.]