Wreck Yo'Self #110
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Federation Square: 'My Life My Family My Home' coinciding with Refugee Week. Newly arrived non-English speaking students from 16 different nationalities took cameras home for four weeks to take photos of their family, friends, their new environment. Working with Melbourne Arts Club founder/Photographer J Forsyth, students chose images that reflect both old and new symbols of their identity and wrote about why the photo was important. Running until 23 June in the Atrium at Federation Square.
Thursday 23 June:
Yonder Art Space: Mega Megaphone closing event, the enmeshment will be a process that unfolds in the space over the exhibition period. 3pm -7pm. [Yarraville]
RMIT School of Art Gallery: Dispersia, in this exhibition artists explore tensions within their past and present personal histories. Floor talk at 4pm. Opening 5pm - 7pm. [CBD]
Mister Morris: Launch party. Refreshments, snacks, entertainment and giveaways. RSVP to email@example.com as numbers are limited. [Preston]
Federation Square: FCAC at Light in Winter, for refugee week. Celebrating the histories and music of Melbourne's newly arrived communities. 6pm - 8pm. [CBD]
Emerging Writer's Festival: Graphic Translation, features the work from Japanese nuclear art collective, ODZ. Showing at the Bella Union at 6.30pm. Tickets are available via the emerging writers festival website. [Carlton]
Melbourne Arts Club: Launch of Archer #6 Magazine. Grab your copy, meet the team, have a dance, and hear readings from the new issue. Starts at 7pm. [Preston]
Friday 24 June:
Melbourne Arts Club: Our closing extravaganza slash exhibition! Come down for a few drinks, a bite from a food truck, and a look at some art. What better way to say goodbye to our Preston location? 6pm - 8pm. [Preston]
Melbourne Museum: Jurassic Nights, experience the exhibition at night, have a drink and enjoy the tunes of special guest DJ Jess McGuire. Tickets available through ticketmaster. [Carlton]
Caves: Scott Miles 'Elliptic Splits' from 6pm - 8pm, Nicholas Building [CBD]
Neon Parc Brunswick: Elizabeth Newman exhibition opening 'The effect that is propagated is not from the communication of speech but from the displacement of discourse' from 6pm [Brunswick]
'Dark Times' is a group exhibition featuring the work of creative collective, Studio 615, supported by RVCA and The True East, 82-86 Stanley Street [Collingwood]
Saturday 25 June:
Backwoods Gallery: 'Bodé Block Party' 1pm - 7pm, Mark Bode and friends will be painting Backwoods Lane, with drinks, bbq and dj's all welcome.
Strange Neighbour: Presents group exhibition 'Slippery Stories', opening at 6pm - 9pm. Exhibition running from 24 June - 16 July. [Fitzroy]
Also at Flinders Lane Gallery: Hannah Quinlivan artist talk & presentation 1pm - 2pm [CBD]
Townhall Gallery: 'Imagined Worlds' exhibition opening from 2pm featuring: Andrew Mezei, Tony Lloyd, Connor Grogan, Christie Torrington, Alice Wormald, Kate Shaw, Ara Dolatian, Ben Taranto and Kevin Chin.
Fehily Contemporary: 'Deluge Rotations' opens from 3pm - 5pm [Armadale]
Shebeen's last drinks: The non-for-profit bar in the CDB is closing for reasons that may or may not involve the police station next door. Doors from 4pm [CBD]
Sunday 26 June:
Community Cup: Regurgitator to headline Melbourne at Elsternwick Park. Tickets are on sale via Oztix. Starts at 11.45am [Elsternwick]
Monday 27 June:
OFF. the. GRID - Monthly Movie Shindig at LongPlay Cinema [Fitzroy] This is the third film the OFF.the.GRID crew are showing - a documentary about the Danish architect & professor Jan Gehl & the future of cities.
Wednesday 29 June:
Bus Projects: opens a new round of shows in all spaces from 6pm [Collingwood]
Five Walls: Charlotte Watson 'Disquiet' Opening from 6pm [Footscray]