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My WeekendNotes - 40
The gaol looks particularly ominous on a cloudy day like this one. I took this picture from inside the RMIT alumni court... [more]
North Melbourne is quite a clean area of town. Even the graffiti is neat. This interesting painting was found on the cor... [more]
Despite being unpatrolled and full of rips, Squeaky Beach is a popular destination in Summer. The sand is white, the wat... [more]
If you turn into Tarra Valley carpark, in Tarra Bulga National Park, and walk along the rainforest trail, you will find ... [more]
This suspension bridge can be reached by a short walk through the Tarra Bulga National Park. It is a beautiful area, and... [more]
You wouldn't think that a retail consumer paradise like Melbourne Central would embrace a kitchen garden scheme, would y... [more]
Universities often have interesting looking buildings. RMIT is a prime example of this, with a mix of heritage and cutti... [more]
This place is like the grounds of a temple; the fig tree, with its roots hanging down the wall, the grey paved ground, t... [more]
As Heidegger says, beings are and the world worlds. So too do these toys toy. That's what these paste-ups of toy... [more]
Apparently this guy killed Tim Burton. At least, that's what it says in the speech bubble. It looks like a Tim Burton ch... [more]
Some really interesting graffiti in a laneway just across from Melbourne Central. I particularly like the whale, and the... [more]
Sometimes the artistic urge just cannot be overcome. The artist responsible for this piece of graffiti (hidden behind th... [more]
Sometimes, for no apparent reason, you suddenly notice something beautiful where before you saw only mundanity. This toi... [more]
This April, video games will come to life. Well, the music of video games will, at any rate. The Melbourne Symphony Orch... [more]
11/04/2012 - 12/04/2012
The residue of a lucky time. Chinese lanterns still adorn the shopping strip in Glen Waverley for several weeks after Ch... [more]
This Summer, the interior of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art at Southbank has been transformed into some kind... [more]
21/12/2011 - 04/03/2012
Zest 89 Cafe & Bar in Glen Waverley is a hive of activity on the weekends. In the mornings, there is a wide variety of b... [more]
Beings seem to die out, seem to be extinguished, with such increasing rapidity that we wonder whether we'll ever witness... [more]
23/07/2011 - 13/08/2011
I don't know about you, but I love books. Not just for the content (although I adore to read) but also for the physical ... [more]
There is a touch of the sublime in this. Scraggly pines, firs and oaks fade slowly out of a misty winter field. You can ... [more]
19/07/2011 - 06/08/2011
Sometimes, picturesqueness has to win out over convenience. Madeline's Restaurant at Jells Park is hardly in a central l... [more]
Printmaking has a noble tradition in both fine arts and commercial arts. From the woodblock prints of the avant-garde Ge... [more]
Painters. There they go, flouncing about in their smocks and neckties, looking at things sideways and making flamboyant ... [more]
Good quality art supplies are a joy to use, and can enrich the work of even the most nervous beginner. I love visiting t... [more]
People think of craft as something their Nana did. Little crocheted baby jumpers, doilies, patchwork quilts, and meticul... [more]
04/08/2011 - 03/09/2011
Pirate radio used to be so hard to do. Setting up your own D.I.Y. radio station involved a lot of complicated circuit-bu... [more]
Ice Blocking is the sport of kings. Okay, maybe not kings. In fact, no member of any royal family would ever be caught e... [more]
All around the world, a revolution is taking place. In kitchens and concert halls, the people are rising up. They are sa... [more]
Mikala Dwyer sculpts the immaterial, "giving charge to spaces, providing the intangible with plastic form" (see the gall... [more]
07/07/2011 - 13/08/2011
The Archibald Prize is Australia's largest portrait prize, open to anyone to enter. There is always controversy surround... [more]
02/07/2011 - 31/07/2011
Not everybody likes puns, but you have to at least appreciate the thought that went into naming this little cafe in Mont... [more]
Valley Reserve is a popular nature reserve in the South-Eastern suburb of Mount Waverley. A leafy haven for indigenous p... [more]
This is your chance to be a participant in the Melbourne Fringe Festival without baring your soul or straining your budg... [more]
20/07/2011 - 09/10/2011
Kafe Karizma is unusual amongst outer-suburban cafes, because the dining experience there is actually very pleasant. The... [more]
The Handmade Music Festival is a grassroots event created to celebrate the D.I.Y. and the anti-authoritarian in contempo... [more]
09/08/2011 - 28/08/2011
Ever wanted to learn about ancient Egyptian engineering? How about climate change in ancient times? Then why not attend ... [more]
16/08/2011 - 11/10/2011
Collected Works is heaven for poetry lovers. As 'Australia's only dedicated poetry bookshop' (see its Facebook page), it... [more]
'Scene: Crevasse' is a solo exhibition by emerging artist Marcin Wojcik, in which the artist investigates glacier climbi... [more]
12/07/2011 - 31/07/2011
Critical Mobility is a project run by BUS projects, an artist-run space that operates out of Donkey Wheel House in Mel... [more]
20/07/2011 - 06/08/2011
If you're looking for new writing, comics and art that are both figuratively and literally underground, you can't go pas... [more]