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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 Ross O'Meara wearing a mask wearing a black vest, looking at his paint pens in front of an easel.
    • Exhibition

    Ross OMeara at Alphington Neighbourhood Gallery

    • Tags
    Alphington Neighbourhood Gallery is bringing local art to the street. Over the next year a curated selection of artists of different mediums will be showcased in the paste-up gallery on the fence at Alphington Community Centre. 
  • 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 blue picture of a gradient of dark blue to light blue with white vertical stripes running through it.
    • Music
    • Sustainability

    Anthroposphere

    • Tags
    Anthroposphere is an algorithmic artwork that converts ambient air quality data into sound. It can be thought of as a synthetic orchestra, with air pollutants as the instruments and our carbon footprint as the conductor.
  • Drawing of a hand with multicolours layered over the top featuring a gold coin in the middle.
    • Exhibition

    Rainbow Maker

    182 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North
    • Tags
    Over the past 18 months, Briony Galligan and Mel Deerson have been working collaboratively on a project about childhood, reading and rainbows.
  • 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.
  • Brett Boadle, an artist who is wearing a yellow button up and a brown wide brimmed hat.
    • Exhibition

    Brett Boadle at the Alphington Community Centre

    • Tags
    Alphington Neighbourhood Gallery is bringing local art to the street. Over the next year a curated selection of artists of different mediums will be showcased in the paste-up gallery on the fence at Alphington Community Centre. The second artist featured is poet Brett Boadle.
  • 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.
  • dichōtomi Logo
    • Literary
    • Online

    Dichotomi Third Edition

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    dichōtomi is the first digital art publication by and for afro people settled in Australia. It is a cultural archive dedicated to the multitudes and multiplicity of black creativity explored through words, sounds, visuals and conversations.

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