Our events

Artist Speakeasy > Looking after yourself through change and uncertainty

Artist Speakeasy > Looking after yourself through change and uncertainty

Tuesday 29 September, 3PM-4PM
FREE, suitable for practicing visual artists

This event aims to improve the wellbeing of practicing artists during the pandemic. Using tools that will help you achieve a sense of security for the future, boosted self-esteem, stronger connections in our communities and, most importantly, some room to breathe.

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Isolate with Linden > Kids Activities

Isolate with Linden > Kids Activities

Explore these fun, easy to follow kids activities for all ages to enjoy at home. Inspired by our Linden past exhibitions, Isolate with Linden > Kids Activities are an educational resource that encourages kids to meditate, learn and use their creative imaginations!

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Snail Mail Project

Snail Mail Project

Linden New Art has joined East Gippsland Art Gallery to connect our stay-at-home communities through the art of letters.
Kids are invited to become a pen pal by sending a meaningful message to someone who has to stay home just like you.

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Our Past Events

Cyber Masquerade with Jacqui Stockdale

 Friday 19 June 2020. 6PM-7.30PM

Join artist Jacqui Stockdale for a very special, first of its kind, Cyber Masquerade and artist talk on Zoom!

3D Tour and Q&A with Julia Deville

Friday 5 June 2020, from 6PM

At the end of 2018, Julia deVille presented her most ambitious solo exhibition to date at Linden. Titled Wholeness and the Implicit Order, the exhibition featured many of the artist’s signature works that combine taxidermy and jewellery. The themes of the exhibition are as relevant now as they were then; the closeness of life and death, human consciousness and our relationship with animals and nature.

That was nearly two ago, so we thought it was high time we caught up with Julia to find out what she has been doing since then and how she is spending her time during lock down.

On Holidays at Linden > Kelly Horses

Re-imagined and delivered online!

Create your own Kelly horse with artist Jacqui Stockdale 

Notable Observances > International Women’s Day with Carly Findlay

Tuesday 10 March 2020, 6PM-7.30PM

Celebrate #EachforEqual this International Women’s Day (IWD) 2020 with award-winning writer, speaker and appearance activist Carly Findlay OAM. Among her many achievements, Carly was named one of Australia’s most influential women in Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards in 2014.

Bilingual Artist Talk in Korean > Jonathan Kim

Sunday 23 February 2020, 1.30PM-2pm

Join artist Jonathan Kim for a special bilingual artist talk about his exhibition Encounter in Kim’s first language, Korean. Inspired by Korean artist Lee Ufan’s theory of Man-Nam (Encounter), Kim will discuss his exploration of the relationship between a medium and its environmental factors. Please note: an understanding of Korean is recommended.

Meet the Artist > Robert Fielding

Saturday 22 February 2020, 2PM to 3PM

In a special artist-led talk, hear from artist Robert Fielding about his solo exhibition Routes / Roots. Fielding’s exhibition raises questions about ownership of cultural knowledge and the institutionalisation of sacred objects.

Smoking Ceremony & Welcome to Country

Friday 21 February 2020, 6.30PM-7PM

Join Linden New Art and the Boon Wurrung Foundation for a Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country to open three major solo exhibitions Karla Dickens My Mother’s Keeper, Robert Fielding Routes / Roots, Jacqui Stockdale The Long Shot.

Artist Speakeasy > Meet the Funding Bodies

Tuesday 4 February 2019 > 6PM to 7.30PM

Join a special professional development talk for practicing visual artists with Creative Victoria Senior Arts Officer, Chloe Turner and City of Port Phillip Arts Development Officer, Sharyn Dawson in conversation with Linden New Art Director, Melinda Martin and Development Manager, Lyn Johnson. Learn about what kind of visual arts projects these organisations support, tips and tricks of grant writing and the assessment process.

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