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This Award was arranged by Bendigo Bank Caulfield Park and MP David Southwick. Recipients were chosen by groups that they volunteer for and Rotary Club of Caulfield chose Gillian Schofield, artist as our nominee.
Gillian has always been around if we needed anything done, Photo boards for markets and festivals, anything in the art field, helping with BBQ's and helping out in many different ways. We congratulate Gillian on receiving the award.
Photo has Gillian with David Southwick MP at the presentation night.
On a very windy, stormy day late last year, the fence containing about 300 tiles painted by member of the community, preschools, school, disabled, senior citizens and others was blown down.
On 15th May, Artists, Rotarians and a church member restored the artwork to its previous glory.
Come and see the finished art work from the Cityscape Elsternwick - art in the urban environment day (November 6th)
Venue:- Glen Eira City Council Gallery Annexe cnr Glen Eira Road and Hawthorn Road, Caulfield
from 26th November to 11th December.
Gallery open Monday to Friday 10 am to 5 pm
Weekends 1 pm to 5 pm.
more information from 9568 7190 or 0438 774 679 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and observe the artists at work in the Elsternwick Plaza and between the Elsternwick Station and Orrong Road.
Get position directions from the Rotary tent.
Children can come and do their own art work too.
If you would like to take part in this great experience, book on 9568 7190 or 0438 774 679 or email email@example.com
Belle Nuit, Nuit D'Amour
A concert with Alan Kogosowski (International Pianist and Emily Xiao Wang (Soprano) and Galit Klas (Soprano).
This will be a fun afternoon of music with piano, and two very different style Soloists.
This is to take place in a wonderful old church with great acoustics.
Tickets $25.00 and concession $20.00. Light refreshments will be served.
Bookings with Faye 9570 1954 or Sophie 9532 7593 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cash payment at the door.
Venue St John's Uniting Church, 567 Glen Huntly Rd, Elsternwick.
Come and see some wonderful works of art.
There might be that "Right" work to hang in your home or office. Or as a gift.
Artists will be available whilst the Exhibition is open so you will be able to ask questions that might be tickling your imagination.
Gallery open Mondays to Fridays 10am to 5pm
Saturdays and Sundays 2pm to 5pm.
Open from 14th March to 1st April
Our club was represented at the Open Day of Classic Residence in Brighton.
Our aim was to make people aware of the Honey Bee and to assist it in any way possible - such as having water with stepping stones for the bees to land on.
We had a lot of honey to let people sample and some bee products for sale
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Wonderful community art project is underway in Murrumbeena.
Totem poles are now standing in the ground waiting for their "heads" to be added in a few short weeks
Tiles painted by local residents, Scope and Yooralla members, Uniting Church members, Glen Eira Artists Society members and Rotarians were installed to the wall and fence today.
Situated at the Koonang Uniting Church, in Murrumbeena Road, Murrumbeena. The official opening was on 25th October.
David Southwick MP visited out Club to present the Community Service Award to Jack Campbell for many years of hard work within the community including Rotary, Church, Opportunity Shop and many more areas.
Jack is a very hard working person and is always first to have his hand up when help is needed.
Well deserved Jack.
Wonderful art Exhibition put together by the artists of the Glen Eira Artists' Society. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Caulfield and the Glen Eira City Council.
venue Glen Eira Civic Centre, cnr Hawthorn Rd and Glen Eira Rd. from 3rd April to 23rd April, 2017
Attended by a record crowd, a lot of whom revisited many times to check our all the works time and again.
A wonderful atmosphere was felt in the Gallery with GEAS shared with the Cheltenham Glen Eira Artists Society. Peoples Choice awards went to three artists and one voter.
Held at the Glen Eira Town Hall on a Sunday morning was a large group of mainly Chinese Senior Citizens and a hand full of dignitaries who after the formalities celebrated by performing many dances which were most enjoyable.
They had a Tai Chi Kung Fu Fan dance, Spanish Paso Doble, Chinese opera, Indonesian Folk dance, Oboe solo, Aisian Dance Troupe, Male Choir, Group singing of Auld Lang Syne and Ode to the Motherland.
A light lunch was served and then dancing began.
Our Rotary club made up it's usual table to be at the Australia Day Celebrations on Friday 20th January.
This year one of the Glen Eira Artist Society members (GEAS) was a participant in the Citizen of the Year award. We are very proud of Anthony Breslin for going so far and being a runner up. It was a very joyous day for all.
This wonderful Art Garden project was destroyed by the wind late last year.
Today we managed to put all the tiles of artwork back on the new fence, after it had been painted blue.
Lots for you to see.
Preparing for Cityscape, some photos taken to get the feel of the area.
Elsternwick is a thriving area with people all around.
Come and watch the artists at work as the creative juices flow.
Watch or join in for your own pleasure. Sketch, paint or draw along with the GEAS Artists
Need to register to participate on email@example.com or phone 9568 7190 or 0438 774 679
After 8 1/2 months of working at least weekly, sometimes more often this Art Project was opened.
There were a lot of people present, invited guests, friends, Artists, Rotarians and many interested in this community.
What started as a small project became a much larger one. The fence on the back left of the Koonang Uniting Church was beautifully decorated with tiles, all painted by members of the community, residents in nursing homes in the area, schools, Yoralla members, artists, Rotarians, and people who dropped into the Thursday pancake sessions.
Five Totem Poles were erected. The poles being decorated on the Thursday morning open sessions, and the heads being made by a group of artists who helped Anthony Breslin bring his dream to reality. These were placed among the community garden plots. At the base of each totem pole is a seat, also decorated on the Thursday mornings.
The back wall of the Church building and part of its side wall were also decorated by work of the artists and Anthony Breslin.
It was a pleasure to behold.
The completed tiles were all collected and ready to install onto the fence and wall at the back of the Venue.
Such excitement in the air as the artists assembled got ready to add the first tile.
The art work by local groups is just so colourful and wonderful to see.
After a very concentrated effort by those present the tiles made it to their resting place for all to see.