Sherbrooke Art Society
|New Members||On Application|
|Membership Fee:||$55 per year.|
The Sherbrooke Art Society was founded in 1966 at the instigation of well-known artist, Jack Montgomery. They moved to their present site in 1971 and they are one of the very few art societies to have their own gallery.
The Sherbrooke Art Society's Gallery is a historically important building formerly known as the Red Mill Cafe nestled in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges. They have a constantly changing display of some 300 works of art available for sale. The Gallery is open Wednesday to Monday from 11am to 4pm.
Members can become involved in society events and meetings, compete in monthly competitions as well as learn from experienced tutors and demonstrators. Exhibiting members are also eligible to exhibit their art work in the Society’s Gallery.
Membership benefits include;
- Art demonstrations, workshops and life drawing groups.
- Outdoor painting groups.
- Access to their book and video library.
- Monthly newsletters.
- Social outings and friendship.
- Gallery, studio and exhibition space hire.
Initial membership fee is $55.
Several exhibitions are organized throughout the year.
A variety of tutored classes in various mediums are available for both adults and children. Check their website for full details.
- Phone Number: (03) 9754 4264
62 Monbulk Road,
Belgrave, Vic 3160