Wreck Yo' Self
Words - Ella Quinn Pictures - courtesy of the galleries
Melbourne Arts Club’s weekly arty newsletter. Wreck Yo’Self… We dare you!
Melbourne Arts Club Xmas Extravaganza!
Party. Exhibition. Market.
Art * Craft * Vintage * Unique Gifts * Recycled * Handmade
18, 19 and 20 December 2015
No Vacancy Gallery: MADE IN HOUSE PART DEUX : the conclusion to Redbubble's artistic residency program. Work is by local artists Fiona Skipper, George Rose and Steve Leadbeater. [CBD]
Juddy Roller: Be Civilised - a collection of ink works on paper, by Juddy Roller artists Kitt Bennett and Shawn Lu. [Fitzroy]
Saturday November 28
Station Gallery: Opening of Sundial - mixed media works by Jonny Niesche. [South Yarra]
Image: Jonny Niesche, Refrain 2015, steel, acrylic and voile, 222.0 x 133.0 x 2.5 cm
Sunday November 29
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery: Last day to see the Salon Des Refuses - translated to 'Exhibition of Rejects'. Come and check out an alternative selection of works that were submitted for The Archibald Prize. Definitely worth the drive. $4-$7, 10am - 5pm. [Mornington]
Wendy Sharpe - Self Portrait with Puppet. Oil on Linen. Salon Des Refuses
Gasworks Arts Park: Gasworks Day Out and Spring Music Festival. There'll be art workshops, studio tours, exhibitions, theatre shows and live music. Bring a Picnic and hang out! Free. [Albert Park]
XO Studios: The Hands Down Project. Aussie brand Per-Tim are launching their new pillowcase sets tonight to raise money and awareness for Domestic Violence Victoria. There'll be music performances by Banoffee, Sui Zhen and AIYA, so it's sure to be super fun! Tickets are $10. 4pm-8pm. [Brunswick East]
Wednesday December 2
C3: Faux Fair - The Opening Event. C3 gallery at The Abbotsford Convent has organised curators to each create their own art stand to raise money to lower the gallery fees for artists in 2016. All artwork will be on sale, and the opening event will kick off at 6pm. The dress code is black tie/fancypants. [Abbotsford]
Thursday December 3
Mailbox Art Space: opening of Cells. Melbourne comic book artists explore the theme of non-literal imprisonment by transforming the boxes of the gallery space into cells. 6pm-8pm. [CBD]
Michael Hawkins, Cells, 2015, pen, watercolour and digital, 10 x 10cm.