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My WeekendNotes - 81
Are you a creative business owner, artist or freelancer wanting to boost your practise, but not sure where to start?... [more]
Showing as part of the Spanish film festival 2016, Truman tells the humorous yet melancholy story of two old friends... [more]
13/04/2016 - 01/05/2016
Knight of Cups is the latest offering from filmmaker Terrence Malick, and only his seventh film to date. It follows ... [more]
Held in the green surrounds of Edwardes Lake Park, the Darebin Community and Kite Festival will again offer a packed... [more]
Hosted by Arts House, Theatre Works and Footscray Community Arts Centre, the second Festival of Live Art will be run... [more]
01/03/2016 - 13/03/2016
The free annual Flavours festival will again celebrate the diversity of food, traditions and culture from around the... [more]
The Fairfield Farmer's Market runs every third Saturday of the month and is a great place to stock up on organic fruit a... [more]
The Maribyrnong Makers Market will be back in 2016 with a whole range of inspiring wares on 19th March. With a reputatio... [more]
The dramatic, rugged landscape of the Isle of Skye draws many visitors every year and it's not hard to see why. Despite ... [more]
The newest work from award-winning choreographer Stephanie Lake, Double Blind is a complex and thought provoking dan... [more]
15/02/2016 - 20/02/2016
Frank Hurley was no ordinary photographer- his legacy is bound to that of Ernest Shackleton, the infamous polar explorer... [more]
The first ever Victorian Indigenous Literary Festival, Blak & Bright, will be run from the 18th-21st February this y... [more]
18/02/2016 - 21/02/2016
Lovers of sustainable and delicious food are in for a treat. The Great Local Lunch is being run on the 14th February... [more]
Kickstart your child's imagination with drawing and stories at the Kids' Big Book Spectacular. Run by the State Libr... [more]
Running for its 35th year, the Yarraville Festival is set to be another entertaining day out for the whole family wi... [more]
Feel like doing something a little bit different on a Saturday night? Back and better than ever, Ride the Night ... [more]
30/01/2016 - 31/01/2016
Located in the relaxed beachside town of Elwood is the Little Sunflower Café, a bright and inviting space that serve... [more]
Get your kids out of the house and stuck into free creative activities as part of NGV's Kid on Tour Workshops. R... [more]
21/01/2016 - 22/01/2016
Fast becoming an iconic summer event, the popular Peninsula Short Film Festival will again be screening some great s... [more]
If you're feeling a bit down in the dumps, perhaps you need a bit of a serotonin kick. This 'happy' chemical helps r... [more]
Summer of Soul is back in 2016, with plenty of fantastic home grown musicians who know how to belt out a good tune. ... [more]
Nortons Park is a hidden gem located in Wantirna South. Part of a group of linked parks in the Dandenong Valley, it'... [more]
These days in Melbourne there are food trucks to suit every taste and appetite but not many can boast that they're a... [more]
Founded in 2013, The Welcome Dinner project is the brainchild of Penny Elsley, who had a vision to bring about grass... [more]
Kids naturally love to get their hands dirty exploring and interacting with the natural world. With a little guidanc... [more]
City dwellers rarely need an excuse to soak up some sun in the park, but if you're looking for a reason there's no b... [more]
10/01/2016 - 24/01/2016
Experimental, loud and expressive, a brief period of artistic rebellion in eighties Germany spawned a new subculture... [more]
13/11/2015 - 27/02/2016
Whether it's last minute Christmas shopping for your quirky friend or something special for yourself, the Bend and S... [more]
19/12/2015 - 20/12/2015
Outdoor cinemas are arguably one of the most popular activities for Melbourne summer months, and for those who have ... [more]
09/01/2016 - 27/02/2016
Two hugely influential names in art are set to dominate the NGV this December in a major international exhibition. S... [more]
11/12/2015 - 24/04/2016
Returning for its sixth year, the popular Coburg Night Market will once again be lighting up Bridges Reserve in the ... [more]
27/11/2015 - 18/12/2015
Now in its 19th year, the Japanese Film Festival continues to bring the best of new and classic Japanese films to a ... [more]
26/11/2015 - 06/12/2015
It's a tough world out there for creatives, and figuring out how to market and promote yourself can be one of the bi... [more]
Join the party as Colour Box Studio celebrates its third birthday with a one night exhibition featuring the artwork of s... [more]
Any dog owner and lover could easily rattle off the benefits of owning a canine companion, with reasons such as the cons... [more]
The Hola Mexican Film Festival brings a diverse range of new Mexican films to international audiences every year, and ma... [more]
21/10/2011 - 04/12/2011
If you're looking for cheap, convenient and tasty food nothing beats the satisfaction of a plate of dumplings. One of th... [more]
The story of the artist and his muse crops up time and again in the creation of art. French Symbolist painter Gustave Mo... [more]
The Myer Christmas Parade is fast becoming a tradition to herald the start of the Christmas season in Melbourne. This ye... [more]
The Brazil Film Festival comes to Melbourne for the first time this year, bringing with it a distinctly South American f... [more]
Not only is the Melbourne International Film Festival Australia’s largest film festival but it has gained a reputation o... [more]
If you thought you only had one chance to ring in 2010, then you've clearly never been to Chinese New Year celebrations.... [more]
Beginning as a small informal screening in a café among friends, Tropfest has now become the biggest short film festival... [more]
Lovers of the short film and short story will be pleased to hear that theatre is also available in smaller, bite-sized p... [more]
Recognized internationally as one of the finest orchestra ensembles, the London Philharmonic Orchestra will make a rare ... [more]
The Lucky Coq pub on Chapel Street is a great place to grab a quick bite for lunch or catch up with friends for a cosy d... [more]
Among the many parks and villages of the Dandenong Ranges, the Alfred Nicholas Gardens is a hidden gem that is a pleasur... [more]
Christmas is arguably the busiest time of the year, with the shopping centers packed with people all searching for that ... [more]
With a reputation for all things weird and wonderful, the Melbourne Fringe Festival showcases the work of independent an... [more]
In 2008 Melbourne was crowned the world's second 'city of literature' by UNESCO (the first being Edinburgh in Scotland),... [more]
Known for its great wine, sunny climate and river location, Mildura is a popular destination for those wanting to exper... [more]
21/01/2010 - 31/01/2010
The southern hemisphere’s largest indoor boat show will be held from the 2nd to 6th July at the Melbourne Exhibition Cen... [more]
Tired of the latest romantic comedy Hollywood has to offer? Want to experience a dash of culture on an otherwise dull W... [more]
Now in its 11th year, the Melbourne Underground Film Festival continues to embrace quirky, controversial and fearless fi... [more]
Regional Victoria is set to come alive with parades and festivities this Labour Day long weekend with the arrival of the... [more]
As a leafy suburb of Victorian mansions and parkland, Kew is a pleasant place to pass through on a trip to the city. Fro... [more]
12/03/2010 - 21/03/2010
Combining dance workshops, parties and performances with over 150 Latin dancers and live bands, a ticket to The Melbourn... [more]
Victoria’s diverse community is celebrated at the Immigration Museum where you can discover the stories and journeys of ... [more]
Now that Autumn has arrived and the days are getting chillier, there's nothing better than abandoning the grey streets o... [more]
After a cold winter snuggled up inside, it’s time to celebrate the start of longer days and sunshine with the Royal Bota... [more]
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