The Art Spaces Program showcases innovative artworks across a range of mediums including drawing, painting, ceramics and now digital media. The City of Casey is proud to host four exceptional gallery spaces, located at the Bunjil Place Library, Cranbourne Library, Doveton Library and the Endeavour Hills Library.
A partnership between the City of Casey and the Casey-Cardinia Library Corporation has resulted in the recent installation of unique art display systems at Cranbourne, Doveton and Endeavour Hills libraries. These architect-designed, adaptable systems are capable of presenting a range of work including ceramics, paintings, sculpture, digital art and jewellery. Featuring a functional railing system, these versatile spaces include moveable lighting, digital display panels and acrylic display boxes.
Applications to exhibit in the City of Casey’s Art Spaces Program in 2018 have now closed. Applications to exhibit in 2019 will open in September 2018.
Discover the latest arts news, events and opportunities each month in Casey's Arts and Events e-bulletin.
View the Art Spaces Brochure.
How’s the Serenity – Backyard and Beyond
Casey’s visual artists are invited to participate in this exciting exhibition celebrating the magnificent Boyd exhibition in Bunjil Place Gallery. Taking inspiration from the artwork of the Boyds, who captured daily life from the Casey region in their artwork, artists are invited to submit works inspired by their surroundings.
How’s the Serenity – Backyard and Beyond will take place between 12 May and 29 July in Bunjil Place Library Art Space as part of the City of Casey’s Art Spaces Program.
Applications close Thursday 26 April. Applicants will be advised by email of the outcome of their application. If you have any questions, please contact the City of Casey arts team via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9705 5200.
Apply to be part of How's the Serenity.
By submitting an application, artists agree to the Terms and Conditions.
Bunjil Place Library Art Space
Endeavour Hills Library