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Enter the Linden Postcard Show 2018-19

Calling all creatives: The Linden Postcard Show 2018-19 is now open for entries!

This popular open-entry prize show is back home in St Kilda, so everyone has the chance to

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A sinking feeling (the politics of risk)

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

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Happy Art Hour: Paint and Sip

Looking for a night out with a creative twist? Paint and Sip is a fabulous painting session where you can explore your creative side while enjoying a drink…or two. With music

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in.cube8r presents: Contour (Abstract)

in.cube8r gallery presents: Contour

For this show we have sourced artists who use form, color, line, texture, pattern, composition and process to present ideas and evoke emotions in a poetic, nonlinear fashion. Expect

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Darebin Arts Let’s Take Over!

Applications close 30 September 2018 Let’s Take Over is a skills development program for 15 – 25 years olds to learn how to be the best event producers in town. Ten young people get the opportunity to take over the Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre, programming the entire building from 12pm – 11pm for a one day arts festival featuring whatever you so please. Find out more read more

Darebin Music Feast 2018

DAREBIN MUSIC FEAST REVEALS GROUNDBREAKING 2018 PROGRAM
OCTOBER 18-28 ACROSS THE CITY OF DAREBIN

2018 has been a year of bar-raising in the music industry, and in classic Darebin Music Feast style, expectations will be met and surpassed with the diversity, engagement and

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Window Shopping

Window Shopping at Melbourne Fringe Festival
Opens 22 September

Street festivities from 12-3

Talk by Office from 3-4
OFFICE will give a public lecture focusing on the street as a public space, questioning its role and value in our rapidly

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The Makers & Shakers Applications Open

We are thrilled to announce that The Makers & Shakers Market will return to the Coburg Town Hall on Sunday 18 November 2018. 

The Makers & Shakers Market continues to

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Gertrude Projection Festival Mini

Friday 21 and Saturday 22 September

Atherton Gardens, Cnr Gertrude and Brunswick Streets, Fitzroy

Join us for Gertrude Street Projection Festival MiNi. Your imagination will soar,

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Common Ground 2018: Broadmeadows

Thursday September 13 until November 1 2018
Multicultural Arts Victoria is excited to present Common Ground 2018 at Broadmeadows (13 Sept – 1 Nov).

Common Ground 2018 is a series of spoken work poetry workshops for young people from all faiths and community backgrounds to come together and celebrate unity through poetry. Join

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Coburg Carnivale Program Announced

Coburg Carnivale
Sunday 22 September 11am- 3pm

The Melbourne Fringe launched its program in style and announced a range of exciting events that will take over the city in September.

Presented as part of the

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Northcote Pottery Supplies Annual Open Day

Northcote Pottery Supplies warmly invites you to our annual open day, an opportunity for all to visit us between 10-3 on Saturday August the 18th and discover what goes on behind

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Squatters and Savages

Thursday August 16 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Blak Dot Gallery33 Saxon St, Brunswick SQUATTERS AND SAVAGES is a joint exhibition with artist Peter Waples-Crowe and Megan Evans.

Peter is a Ngarigo man whose work reflects on the representation of Aboriginal people in popular culture.

Megan Evans is of Scottish, Irish Welsh heritage, born on Wurundjerri

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Applications Now Open for MoreArt 2018 (open category)

Applications Now Open for MoreArt 2018 (open category)

Magic In The North
The northern suburbs of Moreland are sometimes perceived as isolated by those

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Fawkner Festa Expressions of Interest Now Open

Do you work, live in, or have a connection to Fawkner? Do you have a project, performance or activity that you would like to see come to life, or a community, small business

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Live N Local Festival

Melbourne’s southside music celebration, Live N Local Festival, has today revealed a preview of the 2018 program with the announcement of four special events. Spanning

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We work this shop

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

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Deakin Downtown: The Torch CEO talk

We are pleased to invite you to a morning tea and exhibition talk presented by
The Torch CEO Kent Morris in the exhibition

No Turning Back: Artworks from The Torch

The

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Expressions Of Interest Open For Brunswick Music Festival 2019

Wet Lips at Brunswick Music Festival 2018 photo: Naomi Beveridge

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

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We want to work with you on the 2019 Brunswick Music Festival!

Wet Lips at Brunswick Music Festival 2018 photo: Naomi Beveridge

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

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MoreArt Public Art Show

Applications close 29 June 2018 Artists are invited to submit a concept to the MoreArt Public Art Show for the Supported. Category of MoreArt 2018. Artists are asked to propose works for various sites along the Upfield Line and Sydney Road public transport, cultural and commercial precincts. Image: Dylan Martorell & Chaco Kato’s SEELAND, MoreArt 2017. Find out more read more

Leaps and Bounds Festival 2018

Leaps and Bounds Festival celebrates the live music venues of Yarra and the people who have made the area the heart of the live music capital of the world.

Dijok (pictured)

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Fawkner Special Commission Applications Open

Are you interested in making work that engages Moreland’s North?

In collaboration with MoreArt, Moreland City Council’s annual art-in-public-spaces art show, Fawkner

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Crap Craft Sundays are coming


Do you wake up on a Sunday feeling hungover and creative? Well come and join Noir Darkroom for an awesome Crafternoon.

Once a month Noir Darkroom will be introducing Sunday

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The Australian National Brooch Show 2018

The Australian National Brooch Show 2018

An initiative of the Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc. (CAS)

Now in its 11th year, The Australian National Brooch Show

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APPLICATIONS OPEN – Exhibit or Write with SEVENTH Gallery

RESTRUCTURE

SEVENTH Gallery are restructuring our spaces and lowering our gallery fees from July 2018. Gallery One will migrate upstairs, and the Night Screen to Project Space. A gesture

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‘In the Pink’ Exhibition – Montsalvat

Thou Art Mum presents In The Pink!

In The Pink: idiom, in very good health, in perfect condition. The colour pink symbolises unconditional love, compassion and understanding.

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Dandenong Ranges Open Studios are just around the corner

Open Studios is just around the corner…

It is with pride that we welcome you to the Dandenong Ranges Open Studios taking place on 5 + 6 May, 10:00am to 5:00pm each day. This unique experience that gives you the opportunity

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Registration stations: Fringe is coming!

Bring us your art.

Got a radical idea for a Fringe spectacular? Registrations are now open for Melbourne Fringe 2018 – and you can save $50 if you register early! Each September, artists take over

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ART AND RISK AFTER TERROR NULLIUS

image: video still, Soda_Jerk, TERROR NULLIUS (2018) Digital video, 55 minutes. Supplied by Soda_Jerk

Soda_Jerk’s latest work TERROR NULLIUS invites audiences to rethink how art is made and supported – as well as rethinking Australian history itself.

Art and risk is also the theme

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Moreland Funding Opportunities for Artists

Opportunities for Artists and Creators

Funding and support for new works

We’re thrilled to announce that applications for the

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Melbourne workshop Fundamentals of Arts Fundraising

Book your spot at our popular one-day arts fundraising workshop in Melbourne on Thursday 3 May.

Who it’s for:

  • emerging arts practitioners who want the basics of arts fundraising, philanthropy and sponsorship
  • established arts practitioners who want a refresher.
BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW

What you’ll get:

A full-day workshop covering:

  • Business partnerships 101
  • Philanthropy 101
  • How to make your organisation fundraising-ready
  • Developing a fundraising plan
  • Building a case for support.

This is a chance

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Craft Cubed Festival Artist in Residence

Applications close 26 April 2018 A new initiative where makers are invited to re-create their home-studios in Craft’s library space on Watson Place for a fortnight of making live in an environment where private and public collide.

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Hope Road screenings

Two screenings of acclaimed documentary maker Tom Zubrycki’s latest film ‘Hope Road’ about a former South Sudanese “Lost Boy” now living in Sydney and his ambition

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WANT TO EXHIBIT AT BLINDSIDE?

IMAGE | BLINDSIDE Gallery One | Photograph by Rebecca Ramage

2019 EXHIBITION CALL OUT

2019 BLINDSIDE Exhibition Program

CLOSE MIDNIGHT SUNDAY 13 MAY 2019

BLINDSIDE invites proposals for the

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Brunswick Cultural Harmony Fiesta

The Brunswick Cultural Harmony Fiesta is an opportunity to celebrate the diversity of our local community, connect with one another and enjoy a great day out. This free, family friendly event will take place on Saturday 24th March, from 12 noon to 4pm. The location is Brunswick Neighbourhood House, 43A De Carle St Brunswick and the adjacent Warr Park Reserve. On offer is a free Halal sausage sizzle, free face painting, free kids activities and workshops (gardening in small spaces, botanical illustration and yoga), free cultural performances and food stalls from around the world. This is an all weather event, with plenty of shelter provided. You can check our event on our facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/199754807441015/ read more

Craft Cubed 2018

You’re invited – Creatives in Moreland

Calling all Creative People of all background – professionals and students, artists, makers, inventors, dancers, choreographers, designers, musicians, actors, writers, comedians,

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Mayor of the Town

Opening Saturday 17 March is Mayor of the Town, where storyteller and multidisciplinary artist Chris O’Brien builds, writes and stitches his own borough, inspired by other people’s stories and houses. Weaving together a collection of three-dimensional narratives, O’Brien places himself and his friends into his own creations, relaying the antics and situations they experience together; spider outbreaks, exploding hot water systems and creaky weatherboard dwellings. Aiming to capture the influence of local suburbia and architecture, Mayor of the Town includes soft sculpture houses, ceramics and drawings, and marks O’Brien’s second solo exhibition at Arts Project Australia. O’Brien has exhibited in group shows including AIR17, Australian Tapestry Workshop, Melbourne (2018); Victorian Craft Awards 2017, Craft, Melbourne (2017); Small Universe, No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne (2014); and The Agents, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne (2010). LAUNCH: Saturday 17 March | 3-5pm SPEAKER: Victor Griss, Gallery Curator, Counihan Gallery In Brunswick VENUE: Arts Project Australia | 24 High St, Northcote ENTRY: Free EXHIBITION: 17 March – 21 April 2018 MORE INFO: Mayor of the Town read more

April Drawing Intensive

April Drawing Intensive with Geoff Dupree

DISCOVERING IMAGERY THROUGH DRAWING
9-13 April 2018 10am-4pm
Cost: $895 including all materials

BOOKINGS

Drawing has long been used as a primary practice to address questions

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