Join us for a day at Ballarat Art Gallery, one of the oldest and largest regional galleries in Australia.
We will be visiting the Becoming Modern - Australian Women Artists 1920-50 exhibition followed by a lunch for those who would like to join.
Join us for an evening of wine and book discussion in a relaxed setting at the end of the week on Friday June 28th at 6:30pm. We’ll be discussing writing, creative hobbies, and recipe books. Feel free to bring your favourites along!
CWC Melbourne will be hosting a Member's Morning Tea at the Australian Tapestry Workshop on Wednesday July 10th. Come and meet some wonderful women to discuss the work we do in our creative fields in an informal, supportive environment.
TOPIC: Art is for life – longevity in the arts
SPEAKERS: Jaimee Paul (visual artist B Side Creative studio), Mary Brown (embroidery artist, lecturer and textiles curator) and Nicky Crowley (ceramicist and graphic designer).
Join us for a day at Bendio Art Gallery, one of the oldest and largest regional galleries in Australia.
We will be visiting the Balenciaga - Shaping Fashion exhibition followed by a lunch for those who would like to join.
Join us for a day at TarraWarra Museum of Art set in the Yarra Valley. This year TarraWarra Museum of Art is the exclusive Victorian tour venue for the Archibald Prize 2019, Australia’s oldest and most prestigious art award.
Join us bright and early for a masterclass on a topic meaningful to your business. This month we are focusing on the topic of The Art of the Podcast and we are also keen to hear your experiences.
We will be guided through the morning by our founder, Tess McCabe and Serpil Senelmis.
Our May Members Morning Tea will be hosted by Lisa Pidutti, owner of Project Forty Nine in Collingwood.
Join us for an evening of wine and book discussion at the end of the week on Friday May 3rd at 6pm, with delicious cheese from one of Melbourne’s finest food purveyors, Spring Street Grocer.
This event has been postponed.
We are delighted to be able to offer the opportunity to meet with Elizabeth Hartnell-Young and Carol Kiernan of the Honour A Woman campaign, established to encourage more nominations of women for Australian honours. Co-founded by Dr Elizabeth Hartnell-Young, Carol Kiernan and Ruth McGowan OAM, 'Honour a woman' seeks gender parity in nominations, 50:50 by 2020.