Videos + Podcasts
The Studio of Karl Duldig - Stone Sculpture Techniques
A short and informative video about practical techniques in the craft of sculpting stone - a medium Karl Duldig worked in enthusiastically.
The Studio of Karl Duldig - Q&A with Stefan Damschke
An interview between museum director Lyndel Wischer and sculptor-in-residence and curator of The Studio of Karl Duldig exhibition, Stefan Damschke, about the work of Karl Duldig.
Against All Odds - Discover the Duldig family's story of lucky escape from Vienna.
Europe Meets Asia - Discover the Singapore story
Art behind the wire - The Duldig family interned as 'Enemy Aliens' at Tatura.
Reshaping the world - the modernist art of Karl Duldig in Europe, Asia and Australia
Flirt - the Magic Umbrella of the Sculptress - Hear about Slawa's remarkable life and her famous invention - the folding umbrella. Slawa's story, told through her drawing, sculptures, fashion and furniture design is the focus of our current exhibition, SLAWA: modernist art+design.
From the archives
VIDEO (2012, 2min 6sec)
A 2 minute virtual tour showcasing some of the works of Karl Duldig extracted from Ponto Combo's 2006 film, The Duldig Studio. Watch here
VIDEO (2006, 10min 40sec)
Ponto Combo's 2006 film introducing The Duldig Studio, a unique public not-for-profit 'house' museum and art gallery in Melbourne with narrative by Emily Clarke and Eva de Jong - Duldig. Watch here.
Learn more about the Duldig family story and their creative journey - Watch our award winning videos
Our 4 mini-documentaries are available on a DVD - Winner 2016 Victorian Community History Awards! Visit our STORE to purchase the DVD.
Against All Odds - The remarkable survival of a Viennese treasure (11min 16sec)
Europe Meets Asia - Karl Duldig, a Viennese sculptor in pre-war Singapore (13min 10sec)
Art Behind the Wire - Refugee families interned in Australia during WWII (11min 15sec)
Re-shaping the World - Karl Duldig, a European Modernist in Australia (12min 22 sec)
You can also see a range of audio tours and staff and volunteers sharing their experience of Duldig Studio on our Youtube channel