We cooperate as an association to advance the practice of sculpture and the reputation and appreciation of sculpture and sculptors in the community. This is regardless of whether or not we make a living from sculpture and regardless of our preferred style or medium. To this end we support artists’ moral rights, we advocate a professional attitude to the production and presentation of work and encourage the artistic and intellectual stimulation of interaction amongst artists of all persuasions.

ASV Diary Dates

30th June
ASV subscriptions due

8th July to 19th July
Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc. Annual Exhibition 2008 celebrating 70 years. At fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane Melbourne, Tuesday to Friday 11am to 5pm, Saturday 12noon to 4pm

9th July...

Life drawing class at ART ENCOUNTERS 843 Glenhuntly Road Sth Caulfield. at 7.30 at cost of $10 per member to part pay for model and tutor. There are 2 places vacant so please be quick and contact Gillian on 95791221 or 0412122884 or gmps.govan@bigpond.com to get your place. Easels, rough paper, charcoal supplied. If you wish to use other materials feel free. We look forward to seeing you at a fun but instructive evening.

15th July

Close of entries for Annual Exhibition

18th July

Close of entries Sculpture Amongst the Tulips

13th August

William Echoltz will come to Boroondarra Culture centre to tell us about his work. The talk will commence at 7.30 and will be accompanied by a power point presentation.
William Eicholtz is a contemporary sculptor, taking figurative art from its traditional lineage then performing and placing it firmly in current artistic dialogue. Evoking classic themes, his sensual sculptures rejoice in the metaphor and the physical, with a particular focus on the male nude.
Eicholtz acknowledges, in both theme and technique, the figure’s place in the classical history of art, then appropriates and translates it into a language infused with a humour and theatricality that embraces modern art.
Exploring and working with new materials in innovative ways, Eicholtz’s many public and private commissions vary from small –scale pieces suited to indoor display, to large scale weather hardy works.
These exciting and beautiful sculptures take their place in art practice today. Studying sculpture throughout his life, William has acquired a first class honours degree in fine art and he has been teaching for many years at university level.
He exhibits his work throughout Australia and is featured in international collections. William primarily works from his Melbourne studio and is fortunate to have dual USA/ Australian Citizenship.

31st August

Set up annual exhibition.

1st September to 4th October

Annual Exhibition

10th September

Marija Patterson has kindly agreed to talk about her work.

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