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The Colour Circle Inc
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Start Date:
01 Jan 1967
The Colour Circle is an amateur art group that was established in 1967 by Rosamond McCulloch, artist and teacher at the Hobart Technical College Art School (later Tasmanian Art School).
The Colour Circle's objectives have been to encourage and develop the study and understanding of art amongst its members; encourage fellowship between members; and promote a greater interest and appreciation of art in the community. Members have painted together, attended workshops and classes with specialist tutors and exhibited works.
The Circle met in various premises until 1971 when a legacy from Mcculloch enabled the group to purchase the property at 13 Colville Street, Battery Point for use as a studio and meeting place. It was known as the "R. A. V. McCulloch Studios." After a time the premises had to be sold but the group was still able to meet there for several years more. In 2001 the Circle moved to Hobart City Council premises at Mt Nelson.

Information Sources:
The Circle: 40 years of history with the Colour Circle Art Group by Joscelyn Patman
Functions Performed:
Arts and culture
Series Created By Agency:
NS6207 Constitution01 Jan 196731 Dec 1991

NS6210 Annual Reports and Financial Statements01 Jan 199131 Dec 1998

NS6206 Minutes of Meetings11 Mar 199913 Nov 2009

NS6209 Records of Exhibitions01 Jan 200031 Dec 2013

NS6208 Membership Records01 Jan 200831 Dec 2012

NS6211 Records of Workshops01 Jan 200831 Dec 2012