Wreck Yo’Self #152

Melbourne Arts Club presents Wreck Yo’Self #152, 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. 

Like our post and tag the friend you want to take with you for the chance to win! 

WEEK TWO WINNER (drawn 27/4/17)

Congratulations to Tony Ericson!

WEEK ONE WINNER (drawn 20/4/17)

Congratulations to Ariel Cameron!



Ming-Zhu Hii, Untitled, 2017, digital film still from “Dead Drop” opening at Mailbox Art Space Thursday 4 May from 6-8pm

Thursday 4 May

The Other Art Fair opens today! Hoooooray!

Mailbox Art Space: Ming-Zhu Hii opens Dead Drop from 6-8pm. [CBD]

RMIT Gallery: as part of ART + CLIMATE = CHANGE 2017, Ocean Imaginaries, explores the way the ocean is viewed in terms of environmental risk. Opening from 6-8pm. Get tickets here.

Chris Wainwright, Red Ice 3, Disko Bay, West Greenland, 2009, C type photograph as part of “Ocean Imaginaries” opening at RMIT Gallery Thursday 4 May from 6-8pm

Friday 5 May

Off the Kerb Gallery: Sequence by Haha & James Wilson, Ardour by Jack Valentine, Grown & Gathered by Grace Taylor, and Find Me Where the Feelings Go by Almost Iris, opening from 6-9pm. [Collingwood]

The Fox Darkroom & GalleryPassage by Tom Goldner opens from 6-9pm. [Kensington]

Saturday 6 May

Arts Project Australia: Let’s Dance opens from 3-5pm, curated by Charlotte Day. [Northcote]

Yirramboi opens as part of a 10-day festival celebrating First Nations artists from Australia and around the world. Get the full program here. [North Melbourne]

Daniel Pace as part of “Let’s Dance” opening at Arts Project Australia Saturday 6 May from 3-5pm

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

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