WRECK YO'SELF

WRECK YO’SELF – What’s on in the arts in Melbourne this week... Where will you be? Openings-4-4-14 - Article-8Images - J Forsyth

WEDNESDAY 18 JUNE

Conduit Arts opens Another Special Something by Marnie Edmiston. 6pm - 9pm

No Vacancy Project Space opens Sink by Melbourne-based artist The Seven Seas. 6pm - 9pm. Andrew Johnson made this video for the setup of Sink  by The Seven Seas.

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THURSDAY 19 JUNE

Gore Journal launches the new issue at Randy Dragon on Flinders Lane.

Mailbox (formally Mailbox 141) opens Years Before me by Lucinda Barnett.

Fort Delta opens Draw backs a group show in the main gallery and Exfoliated by the world, a sculptural project by Benjamin Woods.

Blindside opens Spinous Process by Lee Harper from 6pm.

Tinning Street Presents Magic Happens  from 6pm - 9pm

magichappensImage - Lucas Golding's installation with Jessica Honey's paintings in the background (courtesy of Tinning Street Presents)

FRIDAY 20 JUNE

Up Up Light Launch at Dagmar Rousset. A collaboration between Emily Green and Dale Hardiman from 6pm - 8pm.

Backwoods Gallery opens New Landscapes by Fred Fowler 6pm - 11pm.

Warehouse Cinema Short Film Competition starts at 6.30pm, supported by The People's Market, tickets are selling selling selling so BUY BUY BUY!

Brunswick Street Gallery opens Younger than Yesterday and Portrayal from 6pm - 9pm.

Mirabel, 2014Image courtesy of Mossgreen

SATURDAY 21 JUNE

Town Hall Gallery hosts In conversation: Art and Text from 1pm, bookings required.

Neospace opens TAGIAUĒ by artist Léuli Eshraghi from 3pm - 5pm.

Mossgreen opens Deborah Halpern show Ghost Worms & Glass Hearts from 6pm - 8pm

Reclink Community  Cup 2012image- Courtesy of Reclink Australia

SUNDAY 22 JUNE

COMMUNITY CUP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A charity footy match between The Rockdogs and 3RRR and PBS Megahertz with local talent Fraser A. Gorman, Sasquatch, the Smith Street Band.  A rare performance from the Painters and Dockers, Elmo and friends being cute for the kids and David Bridie delivering the anthem with a twist.

This "perfect day" supports Reclink Australia and good old fashion fun.  The Community Cup uses sport and the arts to bring Melbourne's diverse communities together to help those less fortunate and to watch unfit rockers/arty broadcasters try and run.  

What more can you want?

Don't be a plonker, make the trek to Elstenwick Park on Sunday and try and be a better person.