Art Pathways 2018

Art Pathways is back again!!

The Art Pathways course is a path to:

  • community
  • social connectivity
  • personal development
  • a career in visual art
  • discovering your unique talent
  • healthy creativity


Art Pathways is a comprehensive year long visual arts program.
It is particularly beneficial for students who wish to prepare a folio for entry into tertiary studies.

Core Units:

  • drawing
  • painting
  • printmaking
  • sculpture
  • exhibition

Students will explore a range of approaches, techniques and mediums, both traditional and experimental.
The units incorporate art history and theory, contemporary practices, linear perspective, colour theory, design principles and collaborative projects.
Excursions, gallery visits and artist talks are also included in the program.

All of our tutors are experienced teachers and practicing artists.

Please note that this class is now full!
To register your Expression of interest in the next round of enrollments, or in other short arts courses, please email:


When: Wednesdays and Thursdays  over 36 weeks. Starting from the 18th of April 2018.
Time: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Where: Castlemaine Continuing Education Building, 30 Templeton Street, Castlemaine
Fee: $1560 (full price) $1150 (concession) – materials provided.

For more information call Castlemaine Community House on 03 5472 4842.

To book and pay in person come into reception at Castlemaine Community House, 65 Templeton Street, Castlemaine.

To book online click the icon below to go to our booking page:

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Tutor Profiles:

Ana Radvovcich:

Ana Radvovcich has been teaching Art Pathways since 2010.

Ana’s art practice moves between drawing, painting, installation and object-based work. Recurrent themes in Ana’s work are Desire and the Sublime – these are explored through found-objects, text and imagery. She has been teaching drawing since 2009, employing both traditional and experimental techniques.

Ana holds a Bachelor of Fine Art – majoring in Painting, Curtin University, Perth, and completed a Master of Fine Art with a high distinction at RMIT, Melbourne, 2013.

Helen Seligman:

Helen has been teaching art for over ten years and has taught printmaking, drawing and sculpture.

Helen’s studio work is informed by both outer and inner landscapes. Making it is a process of integrating past with present… of making what is invisible visible.

Her works reflect a deep affection for the landscape in which she lives, a landscape made richer by its man-made objects in their various states of decay.
She has a Masters degree in Visual Art (Printmaking) from Latrobe University and is represented by Marlene Antico Fine Arts in Sydney and (until recently) Art Galleries Schubert in Queensland.

Tobias Richardson:

“I have been a practicing artist since 1987. First studying at East Sydney Technical College and exhibiting in artist-run spaces, later I gained a BVA from San Francisco Art Institute, California. I have also studied Education and Science. From 1997 to 2011 I lived in the Northern Territory working as an artist and teaching in remote communities, Charles Darwin University and the Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. In 2015 I relocated to the Castlemaine, Victoria.

I have a studio-based practice that is informed by travel and artist residences. My research aims incorporate autobiographical investigation expressed through the depiction of built environments. Themes of memory, history, abstraction and intervention underlie my subject matter. I have a diverse studio practice centred on drawing, painting and sculpture.”

Gabrielle Martin




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