The Anglesea Art House is a venue where artists can come together in a friendly community environment. We hold classes and workshops run by tutors and facilitate informal art groups.  


Painting, drawing, pottery, glassmaking, mosaics, printing and textiles are offered at the Art House.

The community are invited to attend workshops and events held throughout the year. Regular classes are available to members only.


The Art House is well equipped with printing presses for etching and printing; electric kilns for pottery that are suitable for bisque and porcelain firing and electric kilns for glass fusing and slumping.


Our members have an opportunity to display and sell their art works on commission year-round in our gallery and at the annual art exhibition.

The Art House puts on the Kids Art Bash every day for three weeks throughout the month of January each year. A range of fun art activities engages local and visiting children and their families and the event is our biggest fundraiser.

Please feel free to come and visit us at 23 Cameron Rd and talk to us about your art interest and becoming a member or check us out on line and join. The Anglesea Art House is run by a volunteer committee and we are always happy to talk to members about how they can become involved.


Events, Classes & Workshops

Classes & Workshops

Reignite your creative spark and extend your artistic skills with our tutored classes and friendly art groups.

Our fundamental drawing classes will provide you with solid groundwork for our painting and printing classes.

Our watercolour classes are suited to beginners and the more experienced artist. We offer classes in acrylic and oil painting and in a range of printmaking techniques.

Hand building and wheel pottery classes are offered during the day and evening.

Glass artists and mosaic enthusiasts work on their own projects and practice their art in weekly groups.

The textiles group caters for patchworkers, quilters, knitters, spinners, weavers and dressmakers and meets weekly.

A range of workshops are held throughout the year for members and non-members of the Anglesea Art House.

A weekend of multiple short workshops in painting, glass, ceramics, printmaking and textiles is planned for later in 2023. These workshops will be ideal for creative people wanting to try out new art mediums.

For further information ring the Art House on 0466 160 824.

Art Exhibition

The Anglesea Art House holds an annual art exhibition around the time of the Kings Birthday weekend.

At our opening night we present awards to the winning artist of each category. We have finger food, sparkling wine and live music.

The exhibition of Anglesea Art House members work includes paintings, prints, ceramics, textiles, glass art and photography. All items will be for sale and there are market stalls selling an eclectic mix of artistic items. Across the weekend there will be artist demonstrations in different mediums.

Opening Night

Friday 7 June,

6:30pm to 8:30pm

After Dark

Saturday 8 June,

5:00pm to 8:00pm

Art Exhibition

Saturday 8 June,
10am to 4pm

Sunday 9 June,
10am to 4pm

Monday 10 June,
10am to 1pm

Volunteer Availability

Artist Entries

Event Calendar

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Everyone is welcome to apply to become a member.


Membership Benefits

  • Exclusive access to classes
  • Participate in art groups and self-guided art projects in a social setting
  • Receive a discount on workshops
  • Sell your art on consignment
  • Display and sell art at our annual exhibition
  • Invitation to exhibition openings and events
  • Receive our newsletter
  • Use the space for a group event
  • Membership fees are due July 1st of each year


Featured Artists

Discover Our Art

View the most recent works featured in our exhibition. With a diverse range of pieces from many artists, you’ll surely find something you love.
The determined crow
From me to you
A look through the window
A leader in his place
The strong-willed woman
Table of life
Businessman in the light
That look of suspicion
Dance and sing with me
Flowers on her head
Shapes that drip & drop

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land, the Wadawurrung, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and culture. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

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