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So much on at Sussex House

We have lots to offer in Semester 2 with some great new programs! Please take a minute to read the complete guide and share with your friends, family and neighbours!

July

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Luke Duncan King – Open Circuit

Opening Thursday 13 July, 6pm
13 – 30 July

Luke Duncan King’s practice continually considers the virtues of the biro drawing on paper. Obsessive repetition of line work expresses the tension between what is dangerous

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MoreArt Applications Open

MOREART PUBLIC ART SHOW

Artists are invited to submit a concept for our annual art in public spaces event along Moreland’s iconic transport corridors.

2017 THEME:  THRESHOLDS

The level or point at which you start to experience

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The Story So Far

The Story So Far…

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

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Thinkers and Makers Salon – The Good Room

The Thinkers & Makers Salon is a monthly curated event with special guest presentations, jam sessions, an open mic segment, impromptu readings and performances

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Poppy Elixir – Citrus Knightshade – Sarah Jäckle

Soma – Brunswick, 421 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Poppy Elixir
Citrus Knightshade
Sarah Jäckle

Poppy Elixir?s paintings explore the fluctuations and variance of intimacy through the depiction of intense human interaction and

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Melbourne Puppetry Festival

4 – 9 July 2017 | La Mama

 The Melbourne Festival of Puppetry is back! And this year, there is an incredible array of puppetry to be experienced from across Australia and across the world. This years program includes special performances from Anino Shadowplay Collective (Philipines), People Who Play With Theatre (New Zealand) as well as performances by the world-renowned Australian puppeteer Richard Bradshaw (NSW, Australia) to mention but a few. For more info go here read more

Wendy Korol – Present Tense

Opening Thursday 29 June, 6pm

29 June ? 9 July
The heroes of Wendy Korol?s making are overlooked, commonplace objects such as handles and knobs. We

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School Holiday Program at Noir Darkroom

Exhibit in Home

Applications close 24 July 2017

Are you an artist who arrived in Australia as a refugee after 1 January 1990? Artists with a refugee or asylum seeker background are invited to apply to exhibit in Home, which

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MoreArt Application Open

MoreArt Public Art Show

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

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Ian Potter Grants

Applications close 12 September 2017

The Cultural Trust is committed to encouraging excellence and supporting a vibrant, world-class arts scene in Australia. The Cultural Trust offers grants up to $7,000 to assist emerging and early career artists of exceptional talent to take up professional development opportunities, usually overseas.

They support applicants who can demonstrate both initiative and exceptional talent, together with an ability to convert their ambitions to reality.

The Trust primarily provides

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Round She Goes Market

Yarra Annual Grants

City of Melbourne Grants

Applications close 29 May 2017

Each 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

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New Workshops at the Good Room

Angela and Sheena’s next Inspiring Soiree is on!

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.

Level

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Noah Spivak – eigengrau

8 ~ 25 JUNE
Opening Thursday 8 June, 6pm

Born and raised in Vancouver, Spivak’s works offer no personal autobiography. They do not reference photography’s most commercially

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Noir Darkroom opening

Chris Moses displays a collection of his contemporary photography in his inaugural exhibition titled ‘Koi Baat Nahi’.

The works transport us to a new viewpoint from

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On now at the Honeymoon Suite

Perceptual Abstraction

Christopher Day Elizabeth Newman John Nixon Nick Ryrie Antonia Sellbach Esther Stewart Fairy Turner Lydia Wegner

Exhibition Friday 2 June – Saturday 1 July  2017

Perceptual abstraction was traditionally devoid of narrative, instead placing an emphasis on the clarity and precision

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New shows at Counihan Gallery

Towla & Identity Intersection

1 June until 25 June.

Gallery One

Towla


Deanna Hitti 

Deanna Hitti’s arts practice concerns the nuanced relationships between East and West and the place from which we look and construct

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New Cafe at Robinson Reserve Neighbourhood House

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

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Melbourne Spoken Word presents Sierra DeMulder (USA)

Sunday August 20 2017 at 7:00 pm

Howler Melbourne, 7-11 Dawson Street, Brunswick.

Entry is via the car park directly opposite Brunswick City Baths., Brunswick

Melbourne Spoken

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Sensory Garden at beinArt Gallery

Write a Walking Tour – City of Literature

Applications close 29 May 2017

 In 2018, it will be 10 years since Melbourne was designated a UNESCO City of Literature. As part of the celebrations, the Melbourne City of Literature Office is developing a self-guided walking app for visitors and tourists to use.

The Office is seeking expressions of interest from writers to write one of the three walks that will be hosted within the app.

The Office is looking for a balance between what a tourist

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A Plus Market

Frances Cannon – Niceties

18 MAY ~ 4 JUNE
Opening Thursday 18 May, 6pm

ni·ce·ty noun plural noun: niceties a fine detail or distinction, especially one regarded as intricate and fussy. accuracy or precision. a minor aspect of polite social behaviour; a detail of etiquette. This exhibition centres around themes of the body, sexuality, the mind and anxiety, and the pressures placed on contemporary women to act or look a certain way that is socially acceptable. Cannon’s work depicts the human condition and aims to draw an emotional response from the viewer by depicting personal and intimate images. Through the lens of personal experience, the works explore the pressures placed on contemporary women to live up to an unrealistic and outdated standard. Using a variety of aqueous media to create drawings, incorporating figuration, abstraction and text. Cannon uses playful and intuitive imagery, often with a sense of chaos, and has approached each drawing with honesty and vulnerability. read more

Counihan Gallery Artist Talk

Image: Bridget Hillebrand. Floodlines 2017. Linocut, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist

Artists Respond: Critical and Creative Responses to a Changing Planet
Wednesday 17 May, 6.30 ? 8 pm

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Apply for Poppy Seed Theatre Festival

Applications close 20 May 2017

 If 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
  • $7500

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Small Works 2017 Opens Tonight

SmallWorks 2017

322 Brunswick St Fitzroy


Annual Open Call Prize Show

Opening and Announcement of Prizes: Friday 12th May, 6pm-9pm

Closing Party: Friday 2nd

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Sky Country: Our Connection to the Cosmos

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.

Looking

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Wurundjeri Traditional Games Day

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

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Pop Up Art Exhibition – Las Amigas

Feed Back Loop

Image credit ‘Dance For You’, Get To Work (2016)

APRIL 20 – MAY 7

Artists include:

Get To Work | Hannah Donnelly | Talia Smith | Frances Tapueluelu | Jahra ‘Rager’ Wasasala | Katie West

Blak Dot Gallery presents ‘Feedback

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Bloomtown – Living Public Art

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.

Bloomtown explores

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City of Melbourne Annual Grants

Applications close 29 May 2017

 Each 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

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Decolonising Climate Action

Image: Jahra Rager Wasasala – credit Jocelen Janon photograpghy

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

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2017 CRAFT CUBED WINDOW WALK

Image Credit: Ria Green & Aliça Bryson-Haynes The Golden Opportunity Shop at Alpha60, 2015 Craft Window Walk

Craft Cubed Festival is Craft?s annual celebration of the

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Clay Art Classes at Sussex Neighbourhood House

We love our creatives.
Did you know that we run 3 separate clay art programs? They all start next Tuesday with Ceramic Artist Ursula Utkiewicz

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Spoken Word Night School: Reviewing with Bonny Cassidy

Melbourne Spoken Word is proud to host this workshop on reviewing with Bonny Cassidy, with the idea to help arm people with the skills to more critically review spoken word.

Tuesday

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