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The Duldig Studio is a fantastic destination offering fun and enriching art experiences all year round.

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Our Current Exhibition

Art, innovation and reinvention - discover the world of a Viennese modernist in Melbourne

For the first time an exhibition by the Austrian-Australian artist, Slawa Horowitz-Duldig (1901-1975), will be shown in the home she shared with husband sculptor Karl Duldig - now a house museum. Presenting her early graphic works and sculptures, remarkable survivors of war and dislocation, the exhibition gives insight into Viennese art of the early modernist period. Follow SLAWA's story – told through her drawings, sculptures, fashion and furniture design, and her ingenious invention of the folding umbrella.

Individual and group bookings essential via Group Tour Bookings.

BE BRIGHT! Two day children's sculpture workshop
When: Tuesday 3 July & Wednesday 4 July, 10.30am - 12.00pm 
Cost: $80

At Duldig Studio we believe anyone can be an artist and do amazing things! Have fun in our small group workshops using clay and colour make sculptures only you can imagine! Sculptor in residence Stefan Damschke again offers his popular clay sculpture classes.Using clay, colour and your imagination, just like a real sculptor, show us how bright you can be. This is a chance to find out all the creative possibilities  of sculpting in clay, and applying pigments to decorate and bring your art alive. Firing included.

BE BRIGHT TOO! One day sculpture workshop
When: Monday 9 July, 10.30am - 12.00pm 
Cost: $40

Run by sculptor in residence Stefan Damschke, this workshop is an introduction to making in clay. Have some fun exploring clay, colour and your imagination in the wonderful surrounds of Duldig Studio. Includes firing.

In association with the City of Stonnington's Roola Boola Children's Arts Festival, 3-13 July 2018.

Art tour & clay making workshop
An AirBnB Social Impact experience
Dates Available:
28 May (Monday)
1, 8, 15. 22, 29 Jun (Fridays)

During this experience you will discover an incredible story of love, survival and the creative spirit . As we tour their home we will share the story of Duldigs' remarkable escape from Vienna in 1938, their journey via Switzlerland then to Singapore and eventually their internment at Tatura, Victoria, as enemy aliens! After a traditional Viennese morning tea of coffee and cake we will take you into the workshop and Stefan, our Artist in Residence, will teach you how to make an object with clay.

This is an AirBnB Social Impact experience. 100% of what you pay for this experience goes to Duldig Studio museum + sculpture garden.

You must be registered with AirBnB to book.


Duldig Book Club 
1st Thursday of the month, 10:30am and 6:30pm
Join us in the new venture and travel with us to the ends of the earth with tales true and bold ... the reading list will be diverse and promises to generate many stimulating conversations.
Facilitated by the highly experienced Fiona Clarke who has curated several Writer's Festivals and for several years, led the NGV Book Club.  We are very lucky to have Fiona on board can't wait to get started so get reading!!!
$20 adults, $18 Duldig Friends & Supporters, $12 Students

5 July 2018, The Portrait of Molly Dean by Katherine Kovacic
At our JULY Book Club we are offering a FRIEND FOR FREE PASS* for either the morning or evening session.

An unsolved murder comes to light after almost seventy years…

In 1999, art dealer Alex Clayton stumbles across a lost portrait of Molly Dean, an artist’s muse brutally slain in Melbourne in 1930. Alex buys the painting and sets out to uncover more details, but finds there are strange inconsistencies: Molly’s mother seemed unconcerned by her daughter’s violent death, the main suspect was never brought to trial despite compelling evidence, and vital records are missing.

Alex enlists the help of her close friend, art conservator John Porter, and together they sift through the clues and deceptions that swirl around the last days of Molly Dean.

1 March   The Museum of Modern Love by Heather Rose
5 April      The Golden Age by Joan London 
3 May      The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown 
7 June     The Dry by Jane Harper
5 July       The Portrait of Molly Dean by Katherine Kovacic
2 Aug       A Horse Walked into a Bar by David Grossman
6 Sept      Loving Frank by Nancy Horan 
4 Oct       Taboo by Kim Scott
1 Nov      The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
6 Dec       Mr Mac and Me by Esther Freud

We have a morning book club with coffee and cake or an evening book club with wine and nibbles - choose the time suits you.

To book a friend for free* please email enquiries@duldig.org.au.
*One free pass is available for every ticket purchased.

Morning Book Club           Evening Book Club    


Duldig Open Day
Saturday 7 July 2018

Bring friends and family to our monthly
Open Day 1.00pm – 3.00pm

1.30pm –Creating Driftwood - Special Founders Talk 

Hear the founder of Duldig Studio, Eva de Jong-Duldig, talk about the discoveries she made and the challenges she experienced during the process of writing her family memoir.

Guided Tour of the Studio at 2.00. Gold coin donation entry