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  • Open Book

    182 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy
    Open Book is a site specific exhibition by artist and author Tai Snaith at Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library.
  • landscape drawing of boats arriving to land

    Jessi Wong

    415 Church Street, Richmond
    This exhibition at Richmond Library by Jessi Wong is a site specific installation featuring wall drawings and a selection of the artist's works from City of Yarra's Contemporary Art Collection.
  • Coastal Collection by Dianna Wells

    182 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy
    Coastal Collection engages landscape, botany and 19th century photography to explore the notion of ‘the new wild’ – where introduced plant species grow wild in dunes and coastal bushland environments within and surrounding Melbourne.
  • DIY Graphic Design

    182 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy

    An introduction on how to use online tools such as Canva to create your own posters, social media images and more. We will explore what makes a successful design, workshop our own, and share our creations with the group for feedback and fun! Bring along a laptop, or use one of our iPads.

    Bookings essential. You do not need to bring a physical ticket with you to this event.

  • Blakwiz 2018

    201 Napier St Fitzroy
    Don't let history be a mystery! Join us for a night of trivia and musical performances by Aboriginal artists to celebrate Reconciliation Week 2018.
  • Pecha Kucha Workshop

    128 Moor Street, Fitzroy
    Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of "chit chat", Pecha Kucha is a presentation format that is based on a simple idea: 20 images x 20 seconds. Just over six minutes to get an idea across.
  • Beat the 3121 Drum

    415 Church Street, Richmond
    A morning of activities, food, cake stalls and featuring an exhibition of rare photos of historical Richmond. Come on down and celebrate all things 3121!
  • Pecha Kucha Workshop

    201 Napier St Fitzroy
    Hear speakers talk wealth inequality, what it means to them, their jobs, their passions, community, and the future. Increasing wealth inequality is having an effect on communities worldwide. With each passing year, wealth becomes more concentrated amongst a select few, and the gap between the have and have-nots becomes wider.
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    Retrosuburbia

    182 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy
    Listen to David Holmgren, one of Australia's most engaging and visionary environmentalists, present his highly engaging multi-media talk ‘Aussie Street’, a speculative eco-narrative, seen through the microcosm of four adjacent houses.