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  • An artowrk installed in the window of Bargoonga Nganjin in a circular window.
    • Exhibition
    • Arts
    • Family and children
    • Library
    • Public Art
    • Visual Art

    Coming into Bloom

    182 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North
    Local artist Minna Leunig has installed a series of festive artworks titled Coming into Bloom in the windows of Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library.
  • Two elderly women enjoying an art class.
    • Workshop
    • Arts

    Biodiversity Arts Team

    • Tags
    The Biodiversity Arts Team (BATs) group is open to seniors 65+ and meets on Wednesdays at the Willowview Centre. The group is working together on a ceramic mural that represents Yarra's biodiversity through art. 
  • A group of people posing using a bollywood dance move all wearing colourful outfits.
    • Arts
    • Dance
    • Online

    Studio J Wellness

    Studio J Wellness is a program consisting of a Laughter class and a Bollywood dance class, held online every Wednesday.
    Both classes can be done standing up or sitting in a chair. The primary aim of these programs is to spark joy and promote mental health.
  • An image of an Entry Hall of an ageing house with fluffy carpet and off pink walls.
    • Public Art

    I said goodbye to each room as if saying goodbye to you by Pia Johnson

    667 Rathdowne Street, North Carlton
    • Tags
    I said goodbye to each room, as if saying goodbye to you speaks to life, loss and the houses we inhabit. I created this series a few months after my Por Por (Chinese maternal grandmother) died, when I visited her house for the last time, on the date of her birth. It was a house I knew well, a migrant home in one of Melbourne’s suburbs—a constant in my family and filled with childhood memories—now emptied of all her belongings.
  • A number of colourful Brooch's lined up
    • Exhibition

    The Australian National Brooch Show

    128 Moor Street, Fitzroy
    • Tags
    Come and see a glittering array of brooches and contemporary wearable artworks, created by artists from across Australia including regional and rural artists.
  • An image of two people dancing in traditional garments in front of a blue mural in Fitzroy
    • Dance

    We are colourful Same and Different

    • Tags
    'We are colourful! Same and different' is an African Australian youth cultural project which will utilise dance to engage African young people in the City of Yarra.
    • Exhibition

    Stories from the Other Side

    333 Bridge Road, Richmond VIC 3121
    • Tags
    Stories from the Other Side is a series of photographs taken in Bogor, Indonesia by Zia Atahi. The pictures represent stories of the challenging lives of refugees from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran.
  • An image of people in Fitzroy Town Hall dancing, waving their hands in the air!!
    • Dance

    LGBTIQ Elders Dance Club

    201 Napier St Fitzroy
    • Tags
    Rainbow elders and allies (of all ages) are invited to this fabulous free monthly dance event that celebrates intergenerational inclusivity! Special guest performers announced soon!
  • Artwork featuring multi colour and text.
    • Exhibition

    as Country

    182 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North
    • Tags
    Queer as Country, wild as Country, loving as Country, healing as Country. Country is who we are. I don’t live on my Country. Dreaming of Country. Standing on Country. Displaced from Country. And reconnecting to Country.
  • A pink and orange pattern with Co-Publishing logo in the middle
    • Arts
    • Library
    • Literary
    • Sustainability

    Co Publishing Issue 02 WATER

    Lovingly designed by Rebecca McCauley, our second, printed issue features contributions by Jody Haines, Ellen van Neervan, Amaara Raheem, Chantelle Mitchell, Ender Başkan, COLLIDER, Izzy Brown, Craig McGrath and Timmah Ball. Edited by Co- founders Josephine Mead and Christine McFetridge. 
  • Six arists standing and sitting together in a warehouse space
    • Music

    Forest Collective 2021 season

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    In 2021 Forest Collective presents In Focus – a series of four chamber music events that explore and interrogate different aspects of contemporary life.
  • All the Feels Gabe Freeman
    • Arts
    • Exhibition
    • Public Art

    Alphington Neighbourhood Gallery

    Alphington Neighbourhood Gallery is the latest community art initiative from Alphington Community Centre. Accessible to all the team have created a street gallery on the fence of the centre. Each month a new artists work is featured. Pop past and take a look.
  • Person holding a phone in their hand showing an app
    • Online

    Yalinguth

    • Tags
    Yalinguth means “yesterday” in the Woi Wurrung language, the new augmented app is designed to connect past accounts from our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, to provide today’s generation insight and context of this popular Melbourne meeting place.
  • Mosaic colours in projection
    • Festival

    Gertrude Street Projection Festival 2021

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    In response to the Victorian Government's latest announcements regarding Melbourne's extended lockdown, the Gertrude Street Projection Festival will be delivered as an online festival with its beautiful artworks to be featured digitally.
    • Arts
    • Exhibition
    • Sustainability

    The Talking Wall

    'The Talking Wall' is an interactive sound and architectural installation. The modular installation aims to work with multi-disciplinary designers to build community by dismantling division. This iteration of the installation designed for Collingwood Yards; is a collaboration project with Banh INC and Collingwood Neighbourhood House.
  • David Bosun
    • Arts

    Star Knowledge of the Torres Strait

    • Tags
    Star Knowledge of the Torres Strait presents a very special fast response exhibition for Yarra residents to learn cultural astronomy featuring astronomical linocuts held in conjunction with the Australian Association for Astronomy in Culture. The goal of this exhibition is to share the deep layers and rich complexity of Torres Strait Islander astronomical knowledge to Yarra through the artistic medium of the linocut, a recent artistic practice that's been adopted and utilized quite significantly by the artists Tommy Pau, David Bosun, Glen Mackie, and Brian Robinson. 
  • A black and white digital image from a film still showing a grainy image with dark faded columns and white text on top.
    • Exhibition

    In search of Mohamed: Typology 1

    128 Moor Street, Fitzroy
    • Tags
    In this series Mohamed Ezz Monem explores the tension between reverence and the profane by creating a manifold portrait of Mohamed appropriated from Egyptian cinema.
  • A blue skyscape with misty clouds, as well as a geometric collection of power poles and concrete pylons with birds sitting on the wires
    • Exhibition

    Unvanished and Cultural Reflections - Up Above#2

    333 Bridge Road, Richmond VIC 3121
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    Kent Morris' art practice revels the continuing presence and patterns of Aboriginal history, culture and knowledge in the contemporary Australian landscape, despite ongoing interventions.
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