Wreck Yo’Self #150

Melbourne Arts Club presents Wreck Yo’Self #150, your weekly guide to opening nights, events, markets, performances and more. For more info on arts events in Melbourne sign up to our newsletter, or follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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The Other Art Fair Melbourne ticket giveaway

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Featuring local, emerging, and international artists, including MAC’s own  J Forsyth. 4-7 May 2017.
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We are giving away 1 double pass each Thursday until 4 May, tell your friends, parents, neighbours and lovers. 

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WEEK ONE WINNER (drawn 20/4/17)

Congratulations to Ariel Cameron, your double pass details will be sent out shortly.

 


 

Murray Frederick’s “Vanity” opens at Arc One Gallery on Thursday 20 April from 6-9pm

Art + Climate = Change 2017

Back for another year, these events aim to promote and better understand the world that we call home. There are a lot of dumb dumbs out there who think climate change is fake. Good thing there are educated people like yourselves to fight back!

Check out the program here to find some thought provoking and engaging talks, exhibitions, and the like.

Thursday 20 April

BlindsideInforme by Jamie Hall + Tara O’Conal, More Than Money by Trent Crawford, plus experimental video works. Opening from 6-8pm. [CBD]

ACMI: ‘Certain Women: Kelly Reichardt’s America,’ exclusive screening at ACMI for one night only. Don’t miss out! [CBD]

Arc One Gallery: opens Murray Frederick’s photographic exhibition, Vanity, from 6-9pm. [CBD]

Counihan Gallery: Flow, a group show touching on the importance of motion, matter, and energy opens from 6pm. [Brunswick]

 

Counihan Gallery opens “Flow” as part of Art + Climate = Change 2017 on Thursday 20 April

Friday 21 April

Off the Kerb Gallery: some of our favourite art babes are having a big birthday! 1o years of amazing exhibitions and contributions to Melbourne’s art community. To celebrate the occasion OTK Gallery will be donating all proceeds to Red Dust Australia, who support the health of Indigenous Australians in remote communities, www.reddust.org.au. Check out this epic group show from 6-9pm. [Collingwood]

Brunswick St Gallery: solo exhibitions, Karla Andreica’s I Am, Ferney Caro’s Reflex, Russell Curr’s Journeys Through Transient Landscapes, John Mandich with Julian Centofanti’s A Glimpse At Beauty, plus two group shows to sink your teeth into. Opening from 6pm. [Fitzroy]

Dog Photog Pop Up open from 22-23 April, with added days 29 April in Northcote. Book now!

Saturday 22 April

Sutton Gallery: Raafat Ishak opens Hebdomeros, in collaboration with Damiano Bertoli, from 4-6pm. [Fitzroy]

Station Gallery: Michael Staniak opens Guidance, from 4-6pm. [South Yarra]

Dog Photog: EEEEPPPP!!! Puppies! Get your K9 pal down to Enough Space in Prahran and get them the photoshoot they deserve! Running until Sunday 23 April, with an added day on 29 April in Northcote.

MARS Gallery: Penelope Davis, Joanne Mott and Robert Hague will be giving talks about their current exhibition, from 4pm. [Windsor]

 

Off the Kerb Gallery celebrates their 10th Birthday on Friday 21 April from 6-9pm


Words: Julia Howland
Images: Courtesy of the artist/gallery. All rights reserved

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