Get Lost in the Creative

CTC’s podcast of Shakespeare’s The Tempest in 4 episodes is now available - The Tempest, A podcast in 4 episodes now available on the CTC website Directed by Kate Stones with original music by David Thrussell Is blood thicker than water? Two charismatic sisters, one mad, the other bad, embark on contrasting paths to power; drawn into a festering conflict, they take a winding and magical route to […]
Castlemaine Currency Launch at Lot 19 May 2022 - The project will feature an exhibition and ideas lab at Lot19 over three weekends from 7 May – coinciding with a local economy experiment where the coin can be purchased and used in select businesses in Castlemaine. Created and presented by Jodi Newcombe, Ann Ferguson and Dale Cox. Both the exhibition and experiment are designed […]
Calling all local photographers! - Mount Alexander Shire Council is inviting our fantastic local photographers to help bring the next stage of Get Lost to life. Stage two of Get Lost – our Shire’s creative industries platform profiling who, where and what’s happening across our arts, music and creative industries – will be an engaging, content rich directory in support […]
REVIVAL – MainFM event at Lot 19 Saturday 30th April - MainFM is beyond excited to celebrate the revival of live music in 2022 with an all ages festival coming to Castlemaine in Autumn, under a new moon in the open air of Lot 19. Sat 30th Apr 2022, 3:30 pm – 11:45 pm Featuring an incredible line up of local musicians as well as some […]
Photo by laura adai on Unsplash Creative gastronomy residencies program EOI out now! - The City of Greater Bendigo has launched the 2022 Creative Gastronomy Residency Program and is calling for creatives and artists across the Gastronomy region to apply for funded residency positions at five designated food businesses and organisations based in the region. This includes artists in Mount Alexander Shire! After running a successful inaugural creative residency […]
Get Lost Profile Building Sessions – are booked out! - Thanks to all who signed up, dressed up and strutted their stuff last Friday 29th April at the Phee Broadway Theatre with photographer Leonie Van Eyk. Our Saturday session with Penny Ryan is now booked up – but if you would like to register your interest for another possible session in June – please contact […]
Smartphone Stories: Free Workshops - Want to know how to make films by just using your smartphone? The Get Lost platform allows you to upload footage and so we encourage you to sign up for Cinespace’s Smartphone Stories – a FREE two day workshop at the Phee Broadway on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 May from 10am – 5pm. Smartphone […]
Have your say on community buildings! - If you had $10,000 to spend on the Phee Broadway Theatre, what would you do? Mount Alexander Shire Council is encouraging people to provide feedback on community buildings in the shire to help guide their future management. Council is responsible for a wide range of community buildings and structures, including halls, sporting pavilions, neighbourhood centres, […]
Rebates for Dining and Entertainment for Victorians! - The Victorian Dining and Entertainment Program opened March 29,  2022 at 10am. The program offers rebates on dining and entertainment experiences across the state. Customers can claim 25 per cent back on eligible expenses. Claims for Dining Program open at 10am on Tuesday 29 March. Claims for Entertainment Program open at 3pm on Tuesday 29 March. Each customer can […]
Zip Zap Bong – Theatre workshops for young people - Designed for young people of all acting abilities aged 9-16; “Zip Zap Boing” will be a weekend of drama, acting and performance that’s out of this world. It takes place on April 9 & 10 at Castlemaine Community House. These workshops will be facilitated by members of the Castlemaine Theatre Company who have been involved […]