Opening night Thursday 11th October, 6pm.
A sinking feeling (the politics of risk) will explore the relationship between both the artist and curator’s dependence on funding bodies and how that affects the likelihood
The 2019 application round is now open!
Applications are now open for group, solo or curated shows.
While there isn’t an official due date, exhibitions are
Benjamin Solah is a spoken word artist and Director of Melbourne Spoken Word. He’s been performing since 2010 and has featured at a number of regular spoken word events, hosted
For Craft Cubed 2018, Northcity4 will present three workshops, a film festival and the offical launch of TempContemp. See below for more details on each of these events.
Sunday July 15 at 6:00 pm
Siteworks, 33 Saxon Street, Brunswick
We Work This Shop is a place for poets and spoken word artists of all styles and levels to bring their work for
With local legend Emily Ulman at the helm as Music Programmer, Brunswick Music Festival 2019 is set to once again shake things up – continuing to reflect, embrace and challenge
Brunswick Music Festival is one of Melbourne’s longest running inner city music festivals and in 2019 celebrates 31 years. Over the decades the festival has reflected the changing
As part of Melbourne Fringe 2018, Siteworks are partnering with Testing Grounds and the Brunswick
Calling all Creative People of all background – professionals and students, artists, makers, inventors, dancers, choreographers, designers, musicians, actors, writers, comedians,
April Drawing Intensive with Geoff Dupree
DISCOVERING IMAGERY THROUGH DRAWING
9-13 April 2018 10am-4pm
Cost: $895 including all materials
Drawing has long been used as a primary practice to address questions
Further shows, celebrations, collaborations and much more unveiled for the 30th anniversary program!
Brunswick Music Festival celebrates International Women’s Day on Thursday 8 March with a specially commissioned concert, Wild,
The Honeymoon Suite is pleased to announce the opening of Internal Audit, a solo exhibition by Gian Manik on Saturday 10 February 2018.
Internal Audit includes
Opening Thursday 8th February from 6pm
8 – 25th Feb 2018
Weight of Love weaves reality, fantasy and paranoia into traditional notions
The Brunswick Studio Walk is a free event that will be held between 12pm – 5pm on Saturday, 24 February 2018.
The self-directed walk allows participants to stroll at their
January 18 – February 14
We live in a world that is highly influenced by bla(c)k and queer cultures. Although this prevails, futurism in popular media fails to reflect
Opening Thursday 18th January from 6pm
18 Jan – 4 Feb 2018
Inspired by a series of dreams in Egypt some years ago, Realms of Devotion delves into the mystical
Bluestonia Food Lane Way – A CAST Project, Centre for Art, Society and Transformation, RMIT School of Art.
DATE: Saturday 16th December
TIME: 5pm (exhibition,
Opening Thursday 30th November from 6pm
30th November – 3rd December
FeMaterialists, brings together three Masters candidates from La Trobe University’s Visual
On Sunday 26th November the studios at Northcity4 will be transformed into an amazing Christmas Bazaar featuring, not only the talented
Opening Wednesday 22 November, 6-8pm
9 – 26th November
Radius presents over 100 small oil paintings of objects and scenes found within a short walking distance of the gallery in which they are exhibited, radiating out from
Opening 6 – 8 pm Thursday 9 November
Ajanta Anthigngna Marakkala | Fayez Assaf | Paul Batt | Margaret Bishop | Wendy Black | Robyn Blaikie | Heinz Boeck |
27 October – 16 December
Opening Friday October 27 at 6:00 pm
15 Tinning St, Brunswick
Neon Parc is delighted to announce a two-person exhibition of Melbourne based artists Mira Gojak and Elizabeth Newman,
Sydney Road Street Party 2018 – Stall holder CalloutFestivals Moreland are looking for stall holders interested in participating at Council presented Sydney Road Street Party 2018. Taking place on Sunday 4 March, the Street Party is one of Melboourne’s most iconic events and the opening of the Brunswick Music Festival. Apply now
Friday 27 October- Thursday 9th November 2017
Open Friday 27th October 6-8pm
Late open Thursday 9th November 6.30-8pm
With the fifteenth anniversary of independence for
19th October – 5th November
Opening Thursday 19th October from 6pm
This series of work is a satirical comment on consumer culture.
Saturday October 7 from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Counihan Gallery, Brunswick Civic Centre, 233 Sydney Rd, Brunswick
Meet at Counihan Gallery at 2pm for a walk through of the exhibition with the curator and then hop on board the bus for a visit to three artist studios. This event presents the rare
Call out for Speakers:
Moreland Summer Show 2017 Spoken Word
People – Politics – Protest
In conjunction with the 2017 Moreland Summer Show exhibition, The Counihan
28th September – 15th October
Opening Thursday 28 Sept, 6pm
The work in this exhibition ‘Abandoned’ is inspired by my interest in photography, and also my fascination with the macabre.
JOHN ASLANIDIS | ANGELA BRENNAN
SADIE CHANDLER | RENEE COSGRAVE | DAVID HARLEY
MATTHEW JOHNSON | WILMA TABACCO
CURATED BY JANE O’NEILL
30 September – 29 October
Sunday October 8 at 7:00 pm
Howler Melbourne, 7-11 Dawson Street, Brunswick
Melbourne Spoken Word brings you the return of @Australian Poetry Slam Champ, Arielle Cottingham. Supported by a sample of local Melbourne spoken word and poetry, including Waffle
Opening Thursday 7 Sept, 6pm
This work is about being honest, about being a working artist and trying to make something beautiful out of waste.
7 – 24th September