Wreck Yo'Self #129

Melbourne Arts Club presents Wreck Yo’Self #129, your weekly guide to opening nights, events, markets, performances and more. For more info on arts events in Melbourne visit our What’s on calendar or sign up to our newsletter.

Wreck Yo’Self… We dare you!

14604868_789292877840677_7461271667491172564_n'Party Time', an exhibition by Tegan Iversen and Rosie Did It opens on 3 November 6-9pm at Tinning Street. Image courtesy of gallery and artists.

Wednesday 2 November:

Juddy Roller: Presents an exciting new mural project with artists Rone, Adnate, Sofles, Dvate, Camscale, and Jason Parker. These six artists are teaming up to create a 50 metre long mural beginning today and running until Tuesday 8 November. Located at the Rear of Fry's Storage on Cecil Street. [Fitzroy]

Tristian Koenig: Opening night for new exhibitions by Jessica Curry, Leah Fraser, Michelle Hanlim, Jiaxon Nong, and Amber Wallis, 6-8pm. [Collingwood]

Thursday 3 November:

The Sleepover Club: Present their inaugural fundraiser in the form of a Silent Auction and art party. Beginning with an open viewing from 6-8pm, and bands and DJ's playing until 11pm. [Collingwood]

Mailbox Art Space: Opening night for Souvenirs for the Unwitting, by Deidre Bollo, 6-8pm. [CBD]

Tinning Street: Opening night for Party Time, an exhibition of illustrative treats by local artists Tegan Iversen and Rosie Did It, from 6-9pm. Exhibition continues to 13 November 2016. [Brunswick]

Enough Space: Opening night for Remembered Death Forgotten Youth, debut solo exhibition by Matthew O'Brien. Featuring work that explores the idea of death and the symbolism of youth, 6-9pm. [Prahran]


The Sleepover Club's inaugural fundraiser and arty party opens this Thursday 3 November, 6-8pm at Allpress Studios. Image courtesy of The Sleepover Club

Friday 4 November:

West Space: Presents Dear Masato, all at once (get a life, the only thing that cuts across the species is death), a play and exhibition by Lisa Radford in collaboration with Northern Theatre Company, 6-8pm. [CBD]

The Nook Gallery: Opening night for Out & About, a photographic exhibition by Janis House, 6-9pm. [Mornington]

Alternating Current Art Space: Opening night for new exhibitions by Cathy Muhling, Paula van Beek & Gabrielle Leah New, Leana Kim, and Cassandra Smith, 6-8pm. [Windsor]

the-nook-janisPhotograph by Janis House, whose exhibition 'Out and About' opens this Friday 4 November from 6-9pm at The Nook Gallery. Image courtesy of artust and gallery

Saturday 5 November:

The Stockroom: Opening night for The Games We Play a debut solo exhibition by Ohnoes, exploring themes of obsession, rejection, yearning, curiosity and desire. 6-9pm [Ringwood]

Yering Station Art Gallery: Opening night for FOUR GIVENS, THE GREAT PEARL AND IKARIA by Ben Fuog, 4-6pm. [Yarra Glen]

Better Letters: Presents new Hand Lettering & Lettering effects workshops run by Mike Meyer, with two days of paint, brushes, lettering and laughs. Two-day workshops are held on the 5-6 and 7-9 November, or 5-8 November for the full four-day course. More information and tickets here. [Spotswood]

Charles Nodrum Gallery: Presents two new exhibitions, Bark + Ironwood, and James Gleeson 2016, opens from 4-6pm, exhibitions continue 5- 26 November 2016. [Richmond]

ohnoes-image-by-p1xelsWork in progress by Ohnoes, whose solo exhibition opens this Saturday 5 November from 6-9pm at The Stockroom. Photo by @P1xels

Sunday 6 November:

Melbourne Design Market: Is on this Sunday from 10am - 5pm, with a wide variety of fashion designers showcasing their original products and ideas, plus organic food and coffee. Free event [Fed Square]

Toolangi Sculpture Trail: Is back for another year - with 15 artists from Victoria that will create ephemeral and permanent sculptures to reflect their environmental concerns and explorations of nature. With a program of events ranging from guided tours, lectures, community sculpture and more, 6-20 November. [Toolangi]

The Makers & Shakers Market: A one-day only curated market with 60 stalls, ranging from homewares, furniture, food, flowers, photography, jewellery, and fashion, from 10am - 3-pm. $2 entry, free for kids. [Coburg]

Monday 7 November:

ACMI: Presents Ghosts, Toast and the Things Unsaid, an intimate virtual reality experience that explores the thoughts we don't share, the desires we keep covered and how they affect our relationships. Free, tickets strictly limited to 24 per day. [CBD]

Tuesday 8 November:

The Butterfly Club x Impromptunes: Presents The Bachela-la-la, a brand new improvised musical show. Shows run from 8 - 13 November at 8.30 pm, purchase tickets here. [CBD]

--- Words: Lauren Guymer Images: Courtesy of the gallery/artist.

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