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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

LOVE FORESTS – GALLERY ONE THREE

Words and Photos – Belinda Rogers Love Forests Exhibition, Gallery ONE THREE, 13 Somerset Place, Melbourne Gallery ONE THREE takes a seat in the heart of Melbourne and listens. Cars whirl and beep, shoes clip… 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

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

NEON

NEON Festival of Independent Theatre,  Southbank Theatre, 140 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank Words – Karla O’Connor Photos – J Forsyth Admittedly, I have not always been the most avid of theatregoers. However, this must,… Continue reading

BRUNSWICK’S ART AND BICYCLE CYCLE

A Melbourne Arts Club report  Words by Kate Forsyth Photos by J Forsyth The bicycle has become the art. It’s an easy observation to make in an arty place like Brunswick, where cute… 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

Hipster or Hobo

Words – Kate Forsyth Photos – J Forsyth Hipster please – an exposé no Driz-A-bone, tattoo, skinny jean or anorak should miss Surely you noticed it was Loreal Melbourne Fashion Festival just last… Continue reading

MARCH MADNESS

March what’s on, sort of… Words and Photos – J Forsyth (Final image credited to Jo Scicluna) March Madness is a terrible title for an article and I do feel like I am putting together… 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

FEBZIES- WHAT’S ON!

words and photos – J Forsyth Coming up tonight… ‘Chicks with Clicks’ opens tonight at the Lost Gallery, Brunswick.  A unique geodesic gallery space, built from recycled material, set out behind the loading… Continue reading

BLENDER LANE NIGHT MARKET

words- Julia Howland photos – J Forsyth Blender lane night market, Blender lane, Melbourne Another amazing, funky, friendly and over all best-thing-ever event from the guys (and gals) at Blender Studios. 14 November… Continue reading

ARTIST PROFILE – KIM DEMUTH

Words – Julia Howland Photos – Kim Demuth The Destructors is a short story written by Graham Greene, in this ironic tale, Greene depicts a group of young boys who tear down a… Continue reading

EDMUND PEARCE

Words – Adam Robertshaw Photos – Julia Howland Edmund Pearce Gallery, Level 2, 37 Swanston Street Melbourne. Nicole Robertson – ‘Keeping Up Appearances’, Bridget Mac – ‘Elevate’ and Robert Ashton – ‘Postmortem’. The… Continue reading

THE MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL

Words – Melissa Forsyth Photos – Julia Howland and J Forsyth The Melbourne Fringe Festival is an annual arts event that provides a stage for independent performers and an opportunity for contemporary artist… Continue reading

EMOTIONAL LANDSCAPE SERIES – CLAIRE ROBERTSON

Words – Sheena Colquhoun Photos – J Forsyth Emotional Landscape series, Claire Robertson, Screen Space Gallery, 30 Guilford Lane, Melbourne An empty swimming pool glistens in the sun next to an empty hotel… Continue reading

VIGNETTING VICTORIA LOMOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

Words – J Forsyth Photos – J Forsyth Vignetting Victoria Lomography Exhibition, No Vacancy Project Space, The Atrium, Federation Square What do hipsters, toy cameras and the No Vacancy Project Space have in… Continue reading

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