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Sat, 19 October 2013

Bellcity Ballroom Hire

The Bell City Ballroom is a contemporary multi-purpose open-space for hire.
Bell City Ballroom is located in the Bell City Complex.
215 Bell St Preston. (cnr of Hotham & Bell St)
Just 5 mins from High St Thornbury, Darebin Arts & Ent Center, Opposite The Panch Health Centre
Ideal for Performing Arts, Comedy, Theatre, workshops, Book & CD launches, Master class presentations , Children’s shows and community events. Live Music.
One floor above the Chill Restaurant Bar. 600 space car park.
Bell City Ballroom hire enquiries: Phone 03 9486 1771 @ Entertainment Depot
Email: enquiries@entertainmentdepot.com.au
Bell City Ballroom for inner North & Northern suburbs shows & events

Sun, 6 October 2013

Taste of Melbourne VIP Gala Night

Filed under: Fine Arts, Festivals & Major Events, Gigs, General — site admin @ 7:12 pm

Enjoy a champagne and canapé reception as you celebrate the Best in Taste Awards and rub shoulders with the great and good of the Melbourne food and social scene on Thursday 14th November at the Taste of Melbourne VIP Gala Night.
Following the inaugural sell out success last year, tickets have been selling fast with only 20 tickets remaining for this exclusive opening night party.
Don’t miss your chance to celebrate Melbourne’s dining scene - Book your ticket now and avoid disappointment!
Gala Night VIP Ticket Includes:
• VIP Priority entry & Access to the Best in Taste Awards
• $30 Crowns: Create your dream tasting menu from Melbourne’s top restaurants, take part in a wine tasting session, or discover new foodie delights from over 100 artisan producers.
• A champagne and canapé reception (canapés will be provided by one of Melbourne’s hottest restaurants - soon to be revealed!)
• Unlimited access to the VIP Lounge: Enjoy sweeping lakeside views while you take a break and relax in the luxurious surrounds of the VIP lounge.
• $40 UBER voucher: Arrive in style with an UBER premium taxi, dropping you right to the VIP entrance.
Gala Night VIP tickets $125 - Only 20 tickets remaining!
The Best in Taste Awards
On Thursday 14th November, a panel of expert led judges will have the enviable task of deciding which Taste of Melbourne dish will be honoured with the prestigious Best in Taste Award.

The award winning dish will be revealed at the VIP Gala Night, where visitors will kick off Taste of Melbourne in style while sipping Laurent-Perrier in the exclusive VIP lounge. From here guests are invited to enjoy all that the festival has to offer for the rest of the evening.

Secure your Gala Night VIP ticket while stocks last!

Brothers Hand Mirror

Filed under: contemporary art, Fine Arts, CD Launches, Gigs — site admin @ 6:43 pm

Influential Melbourne rock scribe Mikey Cahill referred to Brothers Hand Mirror as ” ..subversive, hip-hop hoochie homeboys” in last week’s Herald Sun and also recommended getting along to their upcoming ACCA (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art) gig on 27 September. He also insisted that you all download Brothers Hand Mirror’s new ‘Picture Tape’ ep for free at wearetar:bandcamp.com/album/picture-tape-ep.

We agree with all that.
Here’s the gig info:
ACCA, 111 Sturt St, Southbank, Sept 27, from 6pm til 9.30pm.
Drink specials and art on display until 8pm.
Tickets $12 plus bf.
Book here: https://www.accaonline.org.au/event/brothers-hand-mirror-acca-art-bar
Presented by Two Bright Lakes.

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

Filed under: contemporary art, Fine Arts, Film — site admin @ 6:39 pm

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
In the Cut
Since the early part of last century artists have used assemblage and collage techniques to question the political and social status quo, manipulate existing narratives, and challenge conventional distinctions between artforms. In the Cut, which opens at ACCA on 10 October, brings together a selection of 16 important international and Australian artists who work in the medium. Drawn from the last two decades, the works embrace diverse media such as drawing, sculpture, prints and photography, and reflect the early political origins of collage along with its revised potential in the digital age.

10 October – 24 November, 2013.
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 111 Sturt St, Southbank.
10am - 5pm including weekends and public holidays
Wednesdays open late till 8pm, Monday by appointment .
Tel: 03 9697 9999. Admission: Free. www.accaonline.org.au
ACCA is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.

The exhibition, curated by ACCA Associate Curator Hannah Mathews, has been developed to complement Tacita Dean’s monumental work, FILM. Presented by ACCA and Melbourne Festival, FILM rescues the techniques of hand-made special effects and montage to reveal the artistry in filmmaking.


Sat, 24 August 2013

Queensland Multicultural Week

Filed under: art, Fine Arts, world music, Festivals & Major Events — site admin @ 5:27 pm

Our first Queensland Multicultural Week is here!
Queensland Multicultural Week will celebrate the cultures, flavours, colours and traditions that bind us together. With a calendar of events and activities taking place from Saturday 31 August to Sunday 8 September, Queensland Multicultural Week aims to showcase the benefits of our state’s diversity.

Queensland Multicultural Week is a supports the continued growth of strong multicultural communities by promoting cross-cultural awareness and highlighting cultural diversity as positive and valuable for all Queenslanders with a state wide program for everyone to get involved.
Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre is managing the 2013 Queensland Multicultural Week program on behalf of the Queensland Government.
Queensland Multicultural Week. Celebrating our Diversity.

The Fringe Hub

The Fringe Hub
Centred around three venues in North Melbourne, the Fringe Hub offers a true taste of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. It features works across all of the Festival categories including comedy, performance, dance, cabaret, live art, music, circus and more.
And every night in the Fringe Club (at the North Melbourne Town Hall) there’s a party, with 12 theme nights running the gamut of entertainment genres – including punk, circus, comedy, rock, ‘90s sing-alongs – even football gets a guernsey.
Fringe Hub:
North Melbourne Town Hall (includes The Fringe Club, Meeting Room, Rehearsal Room, The Warren, The Warehouse)
Lithuanian House (Main Theatre, Ballroom, The Loft, Son of Loft)
Errols Café (Upstairs at Errols).


Fri, 19 July 2013

Melbourne Writers Festival August 22 to September 1, 2013

Filed under: Fine Arts, Festivals & Major Events, General — site admin @ 4:04 pm

Boris Johnson, Tavi Gevinson, London Review of Books, Jay Griffiths, Teju Cole, Junot Diaz, Laurent Binet, Marina Warner, Seaman Dan, The Moth, Magda Szubanski, The Bedroom Philosopher, Mark Latham, Bob Browne, Anne Summers, Shaun Tan, Tony Wheeler, Alexis Wright, Claudia Karvan, George Megalogenis, Colm Toibin, Marina Warner.
Lisa Dempster’s first program as Director of Melbourne Writers Festival brings together more than 300 of the world’s leading writers and thinkers to celebrate the power of great literature to inspire, transform and delight inquisitive minds.
From 22 August to 1 September, Melbourne, one of five UNESCO Cities of Literature, will host 350 sessions of story telling, conversation and discussion, intellectual debate, educational programs, live performance, music and art events.


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