Glow Winter Arts Festival is back to brighten the streets of Stonnington

29 June

The City of Stonnington is proud to present the award winning Glow Winter Arts Festival, now in its third year. Running from 11–21 August, Glow embraces strong artistic talent and creates a playground for the public to explore after dark. Expect a diverse and contemporary showcase of comedy, cinema, installations, roving performances, music and food. […]

New York Baby Ra-Ra-Ra, The Spectre of Death and Unseen: Metanoia’s Live Works Season continues through July

28 June

After a successful opening weekend, Metanoia’s Live Works program continues well into July with three more thought- provoking live-art pieces at the Mechanics Institute in Brunswick. Metanoia is renowned for championing diversity and innovation in contemporary performance and these upcoming shows are no exception. New York Baby Ra-Ra-Ra kicks off on 1 July and runs […]

The Camberwell Sunday Market celebrates 40 years of discovering treasures and contributing $15 million to charity

28 June

On Sunday 28 August, Camberwell Sunday Market celebrates 40 years as one of Australia’s most popular and iconic second hand, antique, handmade and vintage markets. Created in 1976 by Balwyn Rotary to fund a wide range of charities, the Camberwell Sunday Market has since raised over $15 million for community and humanitarian causes. Sunday 28 […]

Paul Newcombe launches Conversations / Construction at BRIGHTSPACE from 4th August – 20 August 2016

21 June

The Melbourne painter Paul Newcombe will exhibit a new exhibition of paintings for Brightspace in St Kilda. Newcombe, an abstract painter of long standing, has designed a closely matched collection of 50 luminous paintings, each calibrated in relation to the other but unique in themselves. The concept of the exhibition, when seen in maquette form, […]

Contemporary artist Samuel Tupou unveils Duplikator 21 July – 9 October

21 June

Linden New Art is thrilled to unveil its latest exhibition Duplikator by Samuel Tupou, opening 21 July and running until 9 October. This exhibition will run in conjunction with Lagangu by Torres Strait Islander artist, Alick Tipoti. Duplikator will feature vivid colour-scape works that incorporate pop sensibilities with street art techniques, this influence is combined […]

Arts Project Australia launches Collins Place Pop-up 28 July – 31 August

20 June

Arts Project Australia is proud to announce 35 artists will be featured in a new exhibition at its Collins Place Pop-up Gallery in Melbourne, launching Thursday 28 July and running until Wednesday 31 August. Over 400 artworks will be on display in rotation for the inaugural pop-up space, which is supported by NKN Gallery, Gandel […]

Metanoia Live Works launches next week with Speculative Subject and Cut, Copy, Post

14 June

Saturday 25 June marks the start of Metanoia Theatre’s first season of Live Works for 2016. The exhibition will showcase a diverse range of avant-garde live art pieces over the course of two weeks in the heart of Brunswick at the Mechanics Institute. First up in the series of shows is Speculative Subject (25 June, […]

Open House program takes over July with RMIT Design Hub’s Occupied, the Speaker Series and more.

14 June

Open House Melbourne reveals its program for the month of July, with a series of events that encourage our city’s residents and visitors to further engage with the built environment and discover Melbourne anew. Explore buildings, infrastructure, landscapes and urban developments that illustrate our rich history, reflect how we live and work, and offer insights […]

Smudge Publishing Launches Flavours of Bali Book

9 June
Flavours of Bali

Smudge Publishing has released its first international culinary food guide, Flavours of Bali. The beautifully presented book showcases the diverse dining scene in Bali, from fine dining at remarkable restaurants to sunset cocktails at beachside bars. The latest publication in the award-winning Flavours Of series, Flavours of Bali delves into the archipelago’s culinary scene to […]

Dandenong Pavilion Turns Ten and Announces New Chef and Stylish Refurb

9 June
Dandenong Pavilion

Celebrating its tenth year, Dandenong Pavilion welcomes new head chef Joe Hlusko, (Circa, Stokehouse and No. 8 by John Lawson) and boasts a menu revamp and stylish new fit-out. Dandenong Pavilion is where it all started for Dani Zeini, who created this family-friendly gem in 2006. A Dandenong local at the time, Dani created a […]