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Posted 26 Feb 2013 @ 11:01am

I know ten kilometres seems a long way to ride your customised fixie from your Brunswick St cocoon in the name of art. And besides, what else could possibly exist beyond the borders of Fitzroy that could ever be of any interest to you, right? Well consider this your education, hipster chumps. This weekend, the City of Darebin presents Reservoir’s inaugural True North Arts Festival. Celebrating...

Posted 25 Jan 2013 @ 9:10am

The Yarra is set to shine with the inaugural White Night Melbourne releasing their full program.


The Yarra River will play host to the largest laser, water and light show ever seen in Melbourne. The laser and light show titled, From the Deep would feature a 40 metre high water fountain, lasers tracing the lines of the Princes Bridge and surrounding buildings, all set to an...

Posted 27 Nov 2012 @ 2:12pm

Even if you visited Harvest Festival exclusively for the music in this, its sophomore year, it was almost impossible to leave without the extensive arts program leaving its mark on you in some way. As well as the cacophony of guilt-inducing cabaret and burlesque in Le Boudoir, and the quirky comedy and dance located at The Campfire Stage, unexpected treats seemed to be hidden in every nook and...

Posted 6 Aug 2012 @ 3:22pm

Following on from the announcement of Portable’s Curators Conference 2012 in New York City, Portable is proud to present the Australian edition in Melbourne. 


This one day event will be presented as an intimate and open conversation featuring pioneering Australian and international influencers across all facets of the arts – from film, to fashion and design, to publishing and...

Posted 16 May 2012 @ 11:14am

My middle name is Hal. I have never really thought about it. When I questioned my parents my mother said it was after some king or other. She’s English, they are crazy, so I just went about my life never giving it any thought. Only it turns out that Prince Hal is in fact Henry IV and Shakespeare wrote whole plays (plural) about him. He was a drunk and a womaniser, always hanging out down the...

Posted 16 Feb 2012 @ 11:50am


You love them, we love them – everybody loves them. Yep, that quirky comedy trio, Tripod, are back with their new comedy show Men Of Substance.


Boys? Men? Men’s men? Lady boys? In their new production, armed with tattered wisdom, cheap scotch and unlicensed firearms, the boys from Tripod will bring to bear their hard-earned chops to show you how and in what way the...

Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 9:58am

Red Bennies – it's the place that just keeps on giving. Australia's hottest new Circus & Variety Agency – Australian Circus Artists (ACA), will officially launch its Melbourne branch at Melbourne's most notorious cabaret venues later this month. 


Notably having flourished in the past decade, the art form continues to evolve and adapt, incorporating traditional styles with...

Posted 13 Oct 2011 @ 4:31pm

Following on from a freaking amazing musical lineup, the inaugural Harvest Presents: The Gathering has unveiled a stellar arts and performance lineup to boot.


The arts performance spaces will include Bootleg Alley, Vaudevillage, The Snuff Box, The Secret Garden. And if those titles aren't...

Posted 20 Sep 2011 @ 4:04pm

It's time to see the person, not the disability. Arts Project Australia in association with Leonard Joel will be holding a major art fundraising auction, selling works from a variety of artists.


Art Projects Australia supports people with disabilities to become practitioners in the visual arts. The studio and gallery nurtures and promotes artists with an intellectual...

Posted 2 Sep 2011 @ 8:34am

Hobart, Tasmania sounds like an unlikely location to produce one of Australia's finest and most respected street artists, but it's where now-Melbourne-based Niels Oeltjen first developed a passion for graffiti before becoming fully immersed in it during a solo trip to Europe. Now going by the name of Nails, Oeltjen has been exhibiting his artwork since the mid-'90s and will feature his piece '...


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