3D Me – Unpacking the World of Sculpture

 

The Duldig Studio Museum and Sculpture Garden invites you to our Sunday Sculpture Talks and Sculpture Workshops as part of our ‘3D Me! Unpacking The World of Sculpture’ project.

The 3D Me! Project brings sculpture experts and workshops into the Stonnington community to explore meanings behind sculpture, how sculptures are made, and to speculate what the future of sculpture will hold.

See below for pricing, packages and discounts

DOWLOAD FLYER


Sculpture Workshops
TUESDAY 13 APRIL and WEDNESDAY 14 APRIL, 1:30-3:30PM

Conducted by Stefan Damschke, Curator and Artist in Residence, at Duldig Studio’s Workshop Space, Malvern East. Includes inspirational tour of the Duldig Studio Sculpture Collection.
One winning piece will chosen for 3D printing.
Suits Youth and Adult participants.

13 APRIL WORKSHOP

14 APRIL WORKSHOP


Sunday Sculpture Talks

SUNDAY MARCH 14 2021, 2-4PM: SUNDAY SCULPTURE TALK WITH WILLIAM EICHOLTZ

William Eicholtz is a contemporary sculptor, taking figurative art from its traditional lineage then reforming and placing it firmly in current artistic dialogue. Evoking classic themes, his sensual sculptures rejoice in metaphor and the physical, with a particular focus on the male nude. Eicholtz acknowledges, in both theme and technique, the figure's place in the classical history of art, then appropriates and translates it into a language infused with a humour and theatricality that embraces modern art. William Eicholtz's website can be accessedhere.


SUNDAY 18 APRIL 2021, 2-4PM: SUNDAY SCULPTURE TALK WITH DR. EVAN TINDAL

Sunday Sculpture Talk with Dr. Evan Tindal, Principal Objects Conservator, The Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, The University of Melbourne. Evan has worked extensively with archaeological materials, on conservation projects in both the United States and Australia. Evan was formally manager of the conservation lab for the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research. His additional interests include the treatment of metals, functional objects and large, immovable heritage - with an emphasis on integrating multidisciplinary approaches.


SUNDAY JUNE 13 2021, 2-4PM: SUNDAY SCULPTURE TALK WITH LISA BYRNE

Lisa Byrne: Director McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park
Lisa Byrne has an impressive and varied career in the arts sector as a director/ curator in Victoria, New South Wales and the ACT across local, state and national arts organisations. She has held significant curatorial roles in both research and practice at Monash and RMIT Universities and leadership roles in several contemporary arts organisations in Australia, such as the Australian Centre for Photography and Canberra Contemporary Art Space. Lisa was closely involved in the development of the arts and culture programme for Realm, a library learning and cultural centre in the newly redeveloped Ringwood Town Square. As Curator for the Maroondah City Council she was responsible for its art collection where she successfully negotiated several major cultural gift donations by leading Australian artists.


Pricing and Packages

Sunday Sculpture Talks (13 March, 18 April and 13 June, 2021, 2:00-4:00pm)
1 Sunday Sculpture Talk: $20.00
3 Sunday Sculpture Talks: $50.00
 
Sculpture Workshops (13 and 14 April, 2021, 1:30pm-3:30pm)
1 Sculpture Workshop: $60.00
2 Sculpture Workshops: $100.00

3D Me! Booking Packages
3 Sunday Sculpture Talks and 1 Sculpture Workshop Package: $100.00
For enquiries, please contact matt@duldig.org.au, or contact Duldig Studio on 03 9885 3358.

Member and Volunteer Discount
If you are either a Member or Volunteer of the Duldig Studio contact matt@duldig.org.au for the discount code.
Note: This only applies to individual talks and workshops and not the 3 x Sunday Sculpture Talk + 1 x Sculpture Workshop package deal.

3D Me! is generously supported by City of Stonnington.

These events take place on the land of the Wurundjeri and Woi Wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation. The Duldig Studio respects all First Nations Peoples and Elders past, present and emerging.