The BUC Arts and Worship committees invite your creative response to the psalms for the fourth Sunday in each month of Winter. We welcome all forms of creative response: visual, craft, performance, dance, poem, prayer, spoken word and song. Contributions will be used to shape the worship we offer on the fourth Sunday of [...]
ARTS OPEN 2022 is a COVIDsafe event designed to promote regional visual arts on Dja Dja Wurrung country in historic Castlemaine, Newstead, Maldon, Taradale and district. Graeme Galloway, former Olive Arts and Youth Hall mural mentor, and will have his studio open for the two weekends of this annual event in Castlemaine and surrounds. [...]
Emergence - the BUC Arts bi-ennial exhibition was launched on Friday 5th November and concluded on Sunday 14th November. This special edition of the usually monthly newsletter tells the story, shares the events and celebrates the artists.
A Visual & Performing Arts Exhibition at Brunswick UC 5-15 November 2021 Artists respond to the experience of lockdown during the pandemic Find out more here
Emergence Creative Arts Exhibition at Brunswick Uniting Church – Emergence Watch the video Nearly 2 months ago, when I first wrote to you all it was to share with you the announcement of our upcoming exhibition, Emergence. I spoke of uncertainty, change, and how these have impacted our individual experiences. It is in line [...]
Emergence Creative Arts Exhibition at Brunswick Uniting Church - Emergence Watch the video As we reflect on a year passed, we look back at a year gone, but more pressingly: a present where we find ourselves anew, refreshed but wearied, learned but naïve, undisputedly different. We have added phrases like “new normal” and “self-isolating” [...]
We are so excited. The Olive Arts Collective is returning to the Youth Hall on Wednesday 3rd February, 10am-noon. We are looking forward to welcoming artists back into the physical space to share stories and make art together. Ann Soo has stepped back from the role of Olive Arts Coordinator after 5 years. We [...]
The joy of celebrating the creativity of our community continues through October with presentations from Julie Perrin, Phil Kreveld and Lesbia, Zia Tohki, Tim Hoffmann and Father David O'Brien. Read more.
Ann Soo and Saide Cameron hosted the first ‘Art for Wellbeing’ session on Saturday 12th September on Zoom. The focus of the session was enhancing our wellbeing through the medium of art. We were privileged to do so by engaging with three of Graeme Laming’s painting. Read more.
The Olive Arts Collective has been meeting online for since July. We have enjoyed presentations from OAC artists and special guests including Helen Martin, Father David O'Brien, Ian Ferguson, Peter McKinnon, Leanne Salau and Nasir Moradi. The featured image is a work created by Nasir for the doctors and nurses at the Royal Melbourne [...]