Bundoora Homestead Art Centre

7 Prospect Hill Drive, Bundoora

Thursday - Sunday 10am-5pm

Workshops + Events

Bundoora Homestead Art Centre presents a series of artist talks, workshops and events designed to inspire, inform and enjoy.

Katie West
muhlu garrwarn / cool time hot time 2017

ART AS THERAPY

Sat April 27, 2019
2-4.00pm

Join us for a therapeutic workshop designed to encourage personal reflections on your experience of emotion, and to expand conversations on memory, loss and behaviour within our community. This workshop is facilitated by Lecturers from the Master of Art Therapy, School of Psychology and Public Health at La Trobe University.

WHEN Saturday 27 April | 2-4.00pm
COST Free | materials provided
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A Nurse standing in a ward dining room Bundoora Repatriation Mental Hospital c1930s

BUNDOORA HOMESTEAD: THE HOSPITAL ERA 1920 – 1993 | HISTORY TOUR & COLLECTION VIEWING

Thu May 2, 2019
2-3.30pm

To celebrate the 2019 Australian Heritage Festival, we invite you to join Sophie Kahl, our Collections & Heritage Officer for this unique guided experience. Hear the stories that shaped Bundoora Homestead which was used as a convalescent farm for returned servicemen and a repatriation hospital for over 70 years. The tour will include a curated viewing of key heritage items from the Darebin Art Collection and concludes with our famous Devonshire tea at the Homestead café.

WHEN Thursday 2 May | 2.00 – 3.30pm

COST Adults $15 | Children under 12 ($10) | includes Devonshire tea

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Helen & JMV Smith

BUNDOORA HOMESTEAD: THE SMITH FAMILY 1899 – 1920 | HISTORY & COLLECTION VIEWING

Sun May 5, 2019
2 - 3.30pm

To celebrate the 2019 Australian Heritage Festival, we invite you to join Sophie Kahl, our Collections & Heritage Officer for this unique guided experience. Hear the stories that shaped Bundoora Homestead, built in 1899 and originally home to the Smith family a prominent horse racing and breeding property, the Homestead is a glorious example of Queen Anne style architecture and boats exquisite decorative features. The tour will include a curated viewing of key heritage items from the Darebin Art Collection and concludes with our famous Devonshire tea at the Homestead café.

WHEN Sunday 5 May | 2.00 – 3.30pm

COST Adults $15 | Children under 12 years $10 | includes Devonshire tea

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