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MELBOURNE MUSIC WEEK 2013 – LOOK.STOP.BOP.

Melbourne Music Week LOOK.STOP.BOP Words – J Forsyth Photos – Andy Donohoe It’s Sunday so I won’t overload you with information about Melbourne Music Week. What I’m telling you and you WILL bloody… Continue reading

MELBOURNE FESTIVAL HUB

Melbourne Festival Hub, Alexander Gardens, Melbourne Words and Photos – J Forsyth While purchasing a slurpie to lubricate my disgusting hangover, I pretended I didn’t know fellow MAC writer Karla. She wanted a… Continue reading

CHEKHOV TRIPTYCH

Chekhov Triptych,  Family of Strangers, Northcote Townhall,  189 High Street Northcote Words – Julia Howland Yet again Melbourne Fringe has brought us another excellent display of underground Melbourne creatives at their best. One… Continue reading

MoreArt Festival and Artland RMIT

MoreArt Festival 2013, Upfield Bike Path, Brunswick and Coburg Words and Photos – J Forsyth If Moreland Council was a rapper’s ho and its cultural program, that ho’s behind, rappers would be hip… Continue reading

101 VAGINA

The 101 Vagina Exhibition,  Colour Factory, 409-429 Gore Street Fitzroy Words and Photos – Julia Howland So of course I’m going to get excited about an exhibition regarding vaginas. Who wouldn’t? It seems to… Continue reading

THE ART OF THE GRAND FINAL FOOTY BBQ

Words and photos – J Forsyth FIRE UP! That’s right, its Grand Final eve and the game of all games, match to rival all matches, or the game that is otherwise known as… Continue reading

NITE ART

Words – Julia Howland Photos – J Forsyth Nite Art, Melbourne 2013 These wintery months are hard. The rain, the wind, and the bloody hail are keeping everyone inside. Plus, who wants to… Continue reading

SUBURBAN – IAN STRANGE

Words and Photos – J Forsyth Suburban – Ian Strange, NGV Studio, Federation Square, Melbourne What do Street Art and The National Gallery have in common?  Maybe nothing in other cities, but this… Continue reading

PUB DIARIES, EDINBURGH CASTLE

Words – Kate Forsyth Photos – J Forsyth Pub Diaries, Edinburgh Castle, 681 Sydney Rd Brunswick.  Tuesday nights, 8pm. In a poll of 165,890 Melbournians*, 97% reported that on Tuesday nights, they either… Continue reading

YOU’RE TERRIBLE MURAL

              You’re terrible, Mural,  a Melbourne Arts Club report. Words – Kate Forsyth Photos – J Forsyth We all know someone who gets it entirely wrong in… Continue reading

FOOD COURT GRAND OPENING

Words – Julia Howland Photos- J Forsyth Food Court Grand Opening, Docklands Spaces, a Renew Australia initiative. An extreme distaste comes to mind when hearing about, talking about or even having to think about… Continue reading

WEST SPACE 20th ANNIVERSARY FUNDRAISER

Words – Jessica Knight Photos – Karla O’Connor West Space 20th Anniversary Fundraiser. June 11 –  14, 2013 If you cut me I will bleed pictures. When I close my eyes, I see… Continue reading

HUE BLANES

Words and Photos – Belinda Rogers Hue Blanes, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Triple J Unearthed The shuffling of cloud.  Some overlap, some depart. I wonder through them, searching for a bird, a bell, a tone.… Continue reading

CONDUIT ARTS FIRST BIRTHDAY

Words and Photos – Julia Howland Conduit Arts, 83 Brunswick St Fitzroy It was like walking into the home I wish I had. Fresh bread being taken out of the oven, a delicate array… Continue reading

EMERGING WRITERS FESTIVAL Q&A

Words – Kate Forsyth Photos – Kate Forsyth and J Forsyth Emerging Writers Festival – Q&A I’m on a mission to win things. This directly correlates with my current monetary diet, embarked upon… Continue reading

TOP ARTS 2013

Words – Jessica Knight Photos – J Forsyth Top Arts- The Valley Of Unfinished Heavens.  The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia at Federation Square It is the current exhibition of Top Arts recipients… Continue reading

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

Words and Photos – Julia Howland Melbourne Symphony Orchestra free concert series, Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne I don’t know a lot about classical music. Actually, I can confidently admit I don’t know… Continue reading

CHICKS WITH CLICKS

Words and Photos – Julia Howland  The Hive, Talbot Street Brunswick   Valentine, shmalentine. Thankfully there’s a place where this silly holiday is meaningless. Because here fondness and appreciation come daily. The Brunswick… Continue reading

THE CENTRE FOR POETICS AND JUSTICE PRESENTS…

Words – Karla O’Connor Photos – Karla O’Connor and J Forsyth The Centre for Poetics and Justice presents… Song Line Linguists Sometimes when I tell people I’m going to see some spoken word… Continue reading

ILL-LOGIC

words and photos – Julia Howland ILL-LOGIC, Juddy Roller Cafe, Fitzroy Theres no escaping Melbourne’s graffiti. Its what gives our city life and personality.  Sydney can keep their pristine beaches and immaculate lane… Continue reading

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