Visible is an innovative music mentorship program which for the past four years has given a kick start to many musicians from new and emerging communities.
Are you a musician,
EOIs close 16 July 2017Melbourne’s West hosts UK-based risk-takers (and risk-chasers) Forest Fringe in a two week long creative residency as part of Fringe 2017. The 10-day Forest Exchange Lab is a space for conversation, deep experimentation and creative exchange between three visiting and three local artists.
Fringe is calling for Expressions of Interest for local artists to participate in the Forest Exchange Lab, an opportunity to exchange ideas with international artists and take over
Selected Indigenous works from the Moreland Art Collection
Curated by Kate ten Buuren
In conjunction with NAIDOC week the Counihan
Gallery In Brunswick presents the
Applications close 31 August 2017The Regional Centre for Culture 2018 Local Grants program is a one-off grant round to fund local creative projects which will take place in the designated Regional Centre for Culture area in 2018. It provides a unique opportunity for Creative Victoria to support local practitioners, groups and organisations to extend their practice, profile their work and meet their creative aspirations. Applicants to the Regional Centre for Culture 2018 Local Grants program must be based in the designated Regional Centre for Culture 2018 area:
- City of Greater Bendigo
- Mount Alexander Shire
MoreArt Public Art Show
Our annual art in public spaces event along Moreland’s iconic transport corridors.
Applications open now!
MoreArt is our annual art-in-public-spaces event that continues to surprise and engage
Tandum is a NGO who support a variety of initiatives in third world countries. This collaboration is to provide reusable sanitary packs for young girls in Kenya so they can
Sunday June 25 at 06:00 pm
Siteworks, 33 Saxon Street, Brunswick
We Work This Shop is a free weekly poetry & spoken word workshop hosted by Melbourne Spoken Word. It?s a space open to anyone
Applications close 24
Entries are now open for the 2017 John Marsden & Hachette Australia Prize for Young Writers, a developmental award open exclusively to Australian secondary school students across
VICSEG New Futures would like to invite you to our Refugee Week event
The Film Screening of – ‘Constance on the Edge’
This year for Refugee Week, VICSEG New Futures is
This is a group #exhibition. But the art wont be created until the exhibition starts.
We are inviting Melbourne creatives to come and DO ART in our space over a two week
Soma – Brunswick, 421 Sydney Road, Brunswick
We are collating work from a breadth and depth of people. A small black book will emerge from the motley and be distributed
Applications close 30 June 2017Ausdance Victoria Dance Artist in Residence Program (DAIR) invites independent dance artists, collectives, collaborators and companies of any dance genre to submit proposals for the 2017 program.
DAIR is a direct response to the ongoing challenges of access to affordable and appropriate spaces to dance artists for the development of dance making and practice. DAIR activities
Artists and designers of Melbourne, Fringe invites you to step out of the echo chamber for Fringe Furniture 31. Are you a designer / architect / sculptor
Applications close 19 June 2017
Expressions Of Interest are now being accepted for residency requests for the period July to December 2017.
Since 2004, in partnership with AlburyCity and Murray Arts, the Month In
Monday 19 June 2017 7-9pm
New Futures Creative – Level 1/377 Sydney Rd, Coburg
This month’s soiree revolves around Sheena’s Level Playing Field 2017 project.
Got an idea for a festival or event in Moreland?
Celebrating Place Grants provide financial support for groups to organise an event or celebration that enriches the social life of Moreland?s community.
Come along to
Join us for the launch of our Coffee Cart!
Come down on Friday June 2, from 11am ? 12pm for coffee samples and a morning tea!
All are welcome to celebrate
Call for: Expressions of Interest for Exhibitions in 2017 at BSG
With multiple gallery spaces, we have a variety of approaches for our curatorial platform. Offering space for emerging
May 17 – June 4
Opening on the 19th of May at 6pm for ‘Autumn’.
The theme “AUTUMN is all about change, shedding the past and making way for the new”.
The lineup includes several local artists (including Jessie Scott, who?s
Applications close 5 June 2017
Each year, the City of Boroondara offers grants of up to $10,000 for not-for-profit community organisations, groups or clubs for new one-off projects activities and equipment
Applications close 20 May 2017If you are looking for a little money and support to create a show, Poppy Seed Theatre Festival’s looking for you! Poppy Seed provides artists with financial, logistical and marketing support as well as a venue and publicity. Almost too good to be true, right?
They aim to support emerging to mid level artists by offering them:
- a venue for a two week season
322 Brunswick St Fitzroy
Annual Open Call Prize Show
Opening and Announcement of Prizes: Friday 12th May, 6pm-9pm
Closing Party: Friday 2nd
Blak Dot Gallery in partnership with Monash Country Lines Archive, is proud to present Sky Country: Our Connection to the Cosmos, as part of the Yirramboi Festival 2017.
SATURDAY 3 JUNE 2017
Celebrate National Reconciliation Week and join us at ATC Cook Reserve Glenroy, adjacent to the Ballerrt Mooroop College site, for a day
This is an invitation to connect with someone from the other side of the east-west divide. As well as a publication of thoughtful writing, Garland is also a platform where those
Applications close 29 May 2017Melbourne Fringe is a big, bold (and gloriously messy) celebration of independent art. From 14 September – 1 October artists take over Melbourne’s streets, venues, clubs and even its lounge rooms in a Festival for anyone, including you. Fringe is proudly open access which means ANYONE can be in Fringe. It’s an open playing field so dream big. Fringe is a perfect time to take a risk and push the envelope of your art-form. Fringe is a safe space, perfect for experimentation and discovery. Whatever you do, give it a red hot go. For more info go here
Sheena Mathieson is seeking participants for Level Playing Field 2017; a project involving 200 people of all abilities, each creating a unique artwork in
From 30 April – 21 May the Speaker’s Plinth outside the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick will be transformed into a piece of living and growing public art.
Applications close 29 May 2017Each year the City of Melbourne supports and celebrates its overwhelmingly creative and talented community through its annual arts grants program.
Grants of up to $20,000 are open to artists and creatives across all disciplines – including performance, new media music, dance, theatre and visual art.
Arts grants are available
Saturday April 29 from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Blak Dot Gallery – 33 Saxon Street Brunswick
Blak Dot Gallery and the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick, in conjunction with ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE
12-5pm, Sunday 30th April, 309-311 Victoria St, Brunswick.
The Homecooked Comics Mini-Market is a new event brought to you by the team behind the Homecooked Comics Festival.
Applications close 15 May 2017
Testing Grounds will curate a multi-disciplinary Fringe Festival (14th Sep-1st October) program of visual art, new media art, live-art, dance and performance
Applications close 25 April 2017In 2017 Melbourne Fringe is excited to announce that the Moreland City Council is offering microgrants to cover registration fees for selected Fringe artists living, or presenting their Fringe show, in the Moreland Local Government Area. These microgrants cover registration fees for selected Fringe artists living, or presenting their Fringe show, in the Moreland Local Government Area. Works that are both by Moreland-based artists, and that are to be presented in Moreland will be considered, with a preference for work that fulfil both criteria. So if you live in Brunswick, Brunswick East, Brunswick West, Coburg, Coburg North, Fawkner, Glenroy, Gowanbrae, Hadfield, Oak Park, Pascoe Vale, and Pascoe Vale South, apply now. For more info go here
Applications close 19 April 2017Applications are now open to present at the 2017 Performing Arts Exchange for individuals, artists, producers and other organisations with an interest in reaching performing arts presenters from across Australia and overseas. PAX is the largest national event of it’s kind and focusses on bringing producers and presenters together with specific networking and engagement strategies forming part of the PAX program.
Each application is assessed by a curatorial panel based on the following criteria:
- Artistic excellence – the perceived quality, distinctiveness and significance of the work based on the information you have submitted. Do not rely on the assessment panel to already be aware of your particular project.
- The potential for a deeper and longer engagement with Presenters and/or capacity for audience development.
- Applicants MUST be a professional artist or arts organisation.
Also note that PAX is more than a touring market and arts activities that can be programmed into
Sunday April 30 from 6:00 pm
Siteworks, 33 Saxon Street, Brunswick
We Work This Shop is a free weekly poetry & spoken word workshop hosted by Melbourne Spoken Word. It?s