Nimbus is an inclusive visual arts studio run by Arts Access Victoria. At Nimbus, artists develop their artistic skills in visual arts and expand their portfolio. Artists explore their individual arts practice within a group.
Each week during terms, the studio gathers in Bundoora Homestead Art Centre’s dedicated workshop space, The Mess, as well as Arts Access Victoria’s mobile and accessible art workshop, Nebula. Besides practical studio work, artists have access to gallery exhibitions and professional development opportunities. These vary from writing artist statements to preparing artworks for exhibition. Nimbus has recently presented in-person and online exhibitions, including:
- Nimbostratus is currently showing at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre until Saturday 16 December 2023. Click here to plan your visit.
- Spill, 2022, presented at SEVENTH Gallery.
- Ether 2021, presented in partnership with the City of Darebin. You can view the exhibition online via our showcase.
- Either 2020, presented at Fringe Festival 2020 and online via our website.
For more information about Nimbus, please email email@example.com or call (03) 9699 8299
Nimbus is currently open for enrolments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Who does Bundoora Homestead collaborate with?
Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is delighted to host an annual partnership with Melbourne’s Midsumma Festival. Each year, one artist from the Midsumma and Australia Post Art Prize is awarded the Bundoora Homestead Art Prize, which provides the winning artist a development fee and the opportunity to exhibit in our gallery.
Midsumma Festival is Victoria's premier LGBTQIA+ cultural festival, made for and by communities who live with shared experiences around diverse gender and sexuality. The City of Darebin is proud to partner with Midsumma and continue to celebrate diversity and inclusion across our community.
Previous recipients of this partnership award include:
Logan Mucha 2023