Sunday June 25 at 06:00 pm
Siteworks, 33 Saxon Street, Brunswick
We Work This Shop is a free weekly poetry & spoken word workshop hosted by Melbourne Spoken Word. It’s a space open to anyone
Creatives + Makers
Explore Creatives+Makers today to find a special gift, commission one of Melbourne’s finest creatives or discover what’s happening across our creative industry.
Creatives+Makers is a directory and resource designed to promote, support and inform residents, creative people and creative businesses living and/or working in Melbourne.
In the carpark in front of Howler – Dawson Street Brunswick from 10.00 am Sunday 12 March
And we’re back! Save the date peoples! It’s going to be a great day!
Sunday 5 March – 1.00 – 5.00 pm – Siteworks, Saxon Street, Brunswick
Come along to the Sydney Road Street Party and make a piece for the Moreland Quilt : A community engagement project to create a quilt representing City of Moreland
Their Voices is a new project aimed at young people who have newly arrived or have a refugee background. These are free workshops that will give participants the skills and support
Explore CreativeMoreland today to find a special gift, commission one of Moreland’s finest creatives or discover what’s happening across our creative industry.
Applications close 20 January 2017
Emerging Curator Program
Expressions of Interest are accepted from Victorian-based emerging curators (in the first 5 years of career) to oversee the curatorial management of
Applications close 29 January 2017Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres’ Ralph Indie program supports the development and presentation of new performance works. Artists will be afforded the space and time needed to experiment and play with bold and brave artistic ideas. Successful applicants will receive financial support, access to space, mentorship, peer discussion, and work-in-progress showings, culminating in a public performance in the Ralph Wilson Theatre at Gorman Arts Centre.
They’re looking for artists who have ambitious ideas, who are problem solvers, approach challenges with a sense of adventure and are interested in a collaborative
Applications close 15 January 2017
Victoria’s acclaimed Speak Percussion will offer a new year-long fellowship to an outstanding female Victorian-based composer in 2017.
Supported by Creative Victoria, the Bespoke
As part of our commitment to support and celebrate Melbourne’s amazing jewellery community, we invite you to become part of Northcity4’s amazing community.
A community engagement project to create a quilt representing City of Moreland resident’s cultural diversity, whilst recording the history of participants.
Have a Happy and Creative New Year – CreativeMorelamd
Applications close 22 January 2017The Community Strengthening Grants program support operating and program costs associated with the delivery of services, celebrations and events in the City of Boroondara. Specifically, Creative Community funding supports community-based events and festivals producing artistic and cultural activities, events and festivals within Boroondara.
Grants are available for diverse arts and cultural programs, festivals, events and activities that articulate and enhance arts, culture and heritage practice across the municipality.
Applications close 06 February 2017The Koorie Heritage Trust is seeking proposals from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, collectives, community groups or curators living in Victoria, to participate in their 2017 exhibition program in their level 2 and 3 public areas.
Artists/curators/collectives/community groups working in a variety of media and disciplines are invited to submit applications around a theme or concept of their choosing. The exhibitions
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas from CreativeMoreland
Applications close 31 December 2016The New Plot: Bringing new Australian stories to the stage by developing the talent that makes them possible.
107 Projects and Actors Centre Australia (ACA) launch The New Plot, a new development award for Australian Playwrights. This initiative has been created to foster professional development
Take Over! $30,000 Grant – Arts Centre Melbourne.
How great does look!. Take Over! will support an independent artist, company or collective to develop a creative idea
Sunday January 15 2017 at 07:00 pm
Melbourne Spoken Word presents OVEOUS all the way from the States, as seen on Def Jam Poetry presenting a full set of spoken word, alongside
Do you have a story to tell? Can you assist businesses? We are looking for engaging facilitators to speak at our Women’s Business Coffee Sessions in 2017. The 90 minute sessions
Business Moreland introduces the MBW Business Coffee Sessions as a pilot for 2017. The sessions provide local business women with the opportunity to meet other like-minded women
With so much top-notch creative talent floating around Australia and New Zealand, we wanted to give local folk a bit of a leg up. That’s where the frankie Good Stuff awards
AMANDA SAGE | CHRISTOPHER ULRICH | ADRIAN COX
beinArt Gallery presents Myth and Mutation, an exhibition of new paintings featuring Christopher Ulrich’s mythological mashups,
Sunday 18 December at 5.00 pm
As part of the Butterflies Of Metatron exhibition, artist Carla Fletcher has colaborated with Nada Yoga specialist Jessie Neave and musician Tommy
The City of Melbourne has announced the revitalised Melbourne Indigenous Arts Festival: YIRRAMBOI which means ‘tomorrow’ in the shared languages of Boon Wurrung and Woi
Applications close 31 January 2017The Victorian Government recognises that local and community history is an important part of Victoria’s memory. The Local History Grants program encourages and fosters community activities that better preserve, record and share the local, social and community history of Victoria and Victorians.
Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations including community groups, historical societies and community museums.
Last year saw seventy-one community groups across Victoria
SCHOOL of CLAY AND ART
Thursday 15-Sunday 18 December 2016 11am-5pm
Opening Wednesday 14 December 6-8pm
26-28 Ovens Street Brunswick
A selection of ceramics
Great news! You may have noticed that Dead & Buried was shortlisted as a ‘new & noteworthy’ podcast on iTunes last week. We are also ranking in the top 30
Second Stitch is a Refugee/Asylum Seeker run textiles enterprise that operates out of New Futures Creative in Coburg. Its purpose is to enhance employment opportunities for
The year 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of our Next Move program and will be celebrated with a full-length commission to be presented over a two-week season in December at the Chunky
Absolutely AWEtistic Arts (led by Lesley & Patrick Francis) invite you to attend their IDPwD Art exhibition at Coburg Town Hall Foyer, 90 Bell Street, Coburg, Victoria 3058,
BOAA will be a Visual Arts Festival, showcasing over 150 of Australia’s most innovative contemporary artists from across Australia. Ballarat will come alive with both large
Little Sparrow Markets have recently had a few stands made available at the upcoming Christmas Festival held at the Mornington Peninsula. Stands are available in Aisle E (close
Every day, around Australia, leaders from Australia’s philanthropic, business and cultural sectors are putting arts first.
If you know someone who supports and champions
Artstop offers a safe, supportive space for people living with mental illness to learn from professional artists run by the Brunswick Uniting Church.
PERFORMANCE, REFLECTION, DISCUSSION
As part of Oral History Victoria’s inaugural group show, The Foundling Archive is proud to present Across the Water – An oral
Come along to Northcity4’s annual Christmas ARTIST MARKET
Doors are open from 11am – 4pm.
Our annual studio sale for 2016 will be transformed into an amazing Artist Market
Brunswick Town Hall
Saturday 26th November 10am to 4pm
Friday 9th December 4pm to 9pm
Saturday 10th December 10am to 4pm
FACTIVISM: SPOKEN WORD is the literary accomplice to the exhibition THE MORELAND SUMMER SHOW: FACTIVISM. Join us as we hear from writer, poets, rappers and wordsmiths as they
Come along to the Thinkers and Makers Society and learn how to make your own unique gifts this Christmas! Create unusual looking kokedamas, beautiful enclosed terrariums or
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Jewell Station 12 Union St Brunswick,