CASM's annual exhibition program features eight diverse art exhibitions and events including:

  • A wide range of local artist groups
  • Youth artists
  • Solo artists
  • Touring exhibitions
  • City of Mandurah project exhibitions

Each exhibition features:

  • An opening launch
  • A free artist or curator talk.

CASM is committed to supporting emerging and mid-career contemporary and community artists, assisting them to gain valuable industry skills and to progress their career practice.

Applications to exhibit at CASM open in January for the consecutive year. For more information, please visit the our applications page.

UPDATE
In accordance with WA Government’s Phase 4 easing of restrictions and guidelines; 
The Gallery and Gift shop is open Wed - Sun 10am - 4pm.
The CASM workshop space is now open and new bookings are welcome.
 

CASM will reopen its exhibition program with Reflections | COVID 19 on Sat 29 August 10am - 5pm.

Current Exhibitions

A Solo exhibition by James Walker, 'Divided State' is an absorbing body of work that examines James' personal relationship between place, memories and the sense of belonging.

Open:  Fri 9 Oct. – Sun 1 Nov. Wed - Sun, 10am -4pm

Artist talk: Sun 25 Oct @ 2pm

RSVP casm@mandurah.wa.gov.au

Divided State exhibition album

Previous exhibitions

29 August – 27 September

Living through this extraordinary global moment has provided an unprecedented view into human nature. We have grieved en masse, reinvented our connectivity, processed fears publicly and in isolation, found new depths of caring, rediscovered our natural environments and are now reaching for hope. Having re-shaped its public program, CASM and the Mandurah Community Museum invited local artists to share their reflections of this time in a re-opening exhibition across both venues.

Exhibited works explored concepts such as the evolution of disease, insurgence of fear, local heroes, joy in unexpected scenarios, psychological impact (dealing with stress, anxiety, fear, vulnerability), economic factors (unemployment, loss of business, loss of confidence) hygiene, new opportunities, the digital age, the virtual world (communication, caring, engagement, business) social isolation, community lock-down, closed borders, family, building relationships, binge shopping, unprecedented acts of kindness, bin outings, protective equipment (masks, gloves, clothing, face shields) social distancing and myths and rumours.

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Open Studio Collective

3 January - 31 January
Artists: Anthea Fitzhardinge, Noela O'Keefe, Chelsea Turner and Tiny Shops on Wheels.

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The Alternative Archive Project

16 February - 17 March
Artists: Katrina Barber, Helen Coleman, Alana Grant, Philomena Hali, Lyn Nixon, Stella Onderwater, Mary Ann Rath, Deidre Robb, Julianne Ryan, Carmel Sayer, James Walker and Jo Wood.

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Masterpieces 2K19

29 March - 5 May
Various artists

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The Art of People Watching

17 May - 16 June
Artist: Jill Fryer

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Open Studio Collective

January 3 - February 1
Artists: Joshua Brew, Alana Grant,Ashley Hay, Noela O'Keefe & Lisa Payton

Pixelism

February 9 - March 4
Artist: Paul Fleetham

The Projection Project

March 16 - April 8
Artist: Roly Skender

Masterpieces 2K18

April 21 - May 13
Artists: Mandurah Youth Art Exhibition

Beyond the Seam

May 26 - June 24
Artists: Helen Coleman, Kate Campbell-Pope, Ruth Halbert, Philomena Hali, Anita Larkin, Aimee Lee, Vicki Mason, Amanda McCavour, Jan Mullen, Caitlin Stewart, Robi Szalay & Martien van Zuilen

Entente

June 29 - July 22
Artists: Lyn Nixon, Judy Evans, Dawn Hodgkinson, Gayle Bukey, Bill Rigg, Karl Misarz, Llynne Neil, Jo Woods, Helen Coleman, Deborah Petit & Isabelle Edward Moon

Wearable Art Mandurah

August 3 - September 9
Presented by Act-Belong-Commit

Guess Who?

September 14 - September 16
Artists: Still Life and Portrait Group Mandurah

Windfall: Chemistry of the Dye Pot

October 5 - November 4
Artist: Helen Coleman

Tiny Treasures Christmas Artists' Sale

November 16 - December 19
Artists: Various local artists

Ambiguous Romanticism

February 10 - March 5
Artist: Nigel Laxton

Biophilia

March 17 - April 12
Artists: Renee Barton, Denise Fisher and Carol Nicholson

Masterpieces 2K17

April 28 - May 21
Artists: Mandurah Youth Art Exhibition

Tilting At Windmills

June 9 - July 9
Artist: Denise Brown

Wearable Art Mandurah

August 5 - September 3
Presented by Act-Belong-Commit

Colours of Life

September 8 - October 1
Artist: Hilly Coufreur

Primal Connection

October 13 - November 5
Artist: Trevor Blyth

Tiny Treasures

November 18 - December 20
Artists: Various local artists

 

CASM Open Studio Collective

January 6 – January 31
Artists: Trev Blyth, Hilly Coufreur, Helen Coleman, Kez Wickham-St George and Trudi Whitcher

Mythopedia

February 12 – March 6
Artist: Belinda Joynes

Sensorium

March 18 – April 10
Artists: Michael Bell, Carmel Sayer and Farah Caudwell

Masterpieces

April 22 – May 15
Artists: Mandurah Youth Art Exhibition

Cultural Jewels

May 6 – June 25
Artist: Lola Greeno

Common Threads Wearable Arts

June 16 – July 15
Presented by Act-Belong-Commit

Whisper in The Wind and Water

July 15 – August 14
Artist: Corrine Rapley

Beyond Focus

September 9 – September 25
Artist: John Tonkin

Illumine ll

October 14 – November 6
Artist: Katrina Barber

Tiny Treasures

November 19 - December 18
Artists: Various local artists

 

 

Eight paths, One Journey

February 6 – March 11
Artists: Nic Montagu and Matt Dragun

Masterpieces

April 10 – May 3
Artists: Mandurah Youth Art Competition

Common Threads Wearable Art

May 15– June 17
Presented by Act-Belong-Commit

To Be Continued

June 26 – July 19
Artist: Gloria Kearing

The Sky as a Metaphor

July 31– August 23
Artist: Jennifer Sadler

Sitelines

September 6 –September 27
Artists: Patricia Hines, Sue Briggs and Sue Grey-Smith

IndoChina: A Trail of Inspiration

October 9–November 1
Artist: Vicki Bulliard

Tiny Treasures Christmas Sale

November 28-December 20
Artists: Various local artists