Melbourne Arts Club’s ‘What’s On’ list of art stuff and other such things.

Words – Julia Howland

Photos – Courtesy of the gallery & J Forsyth

True North



True North is making the north even more arty this weekend and we are part of the action. Melbourne Arts Club are guest bloggers and will be doing the rounds, giving you the rundown via our website and social media and via the True North site. Check out the True North website to see all of the wonderful things we can see together, like on a date, and arty date, don't you want to date Melbourne Arts Club? I digress, True North runs from 17 - 19 April.


Thursday April 16

In association with Art + Climate Change, ARC ONE Gallery opens The Significant Other, a group show, from 6-8pm. [CBD]

Melbourne Theatre Company premiere the awe inspiring, I Call My Brothers, at the Southbank Theatre, The Lawler. At 7pm [Southbank]

Friday April 17

Dying for some creative exposure in the north?! We gotcha covered! True North Festival is kicking off this weekend and we are all wrapped up in it! Check out the program and get your weekend sorted! [Resevioir, Thornbury, Preston]


Gallerysmith Project Space opens Ben Rak's HOOT-DASH VIEWS from 4-6pm. [North Melbourne]

Heavy Leisure by Evie Cahir & Gemma Topliss opens at Backwoods Gallery, from 6pm. [Collingwood]

Evie Cahir

Saturday April 18

True North continues and so does SHOOT! Come on down to Melbourne Arts Club's gallery and look at photography and pallets. [Preston, Thornbury, Reservoir]

Neospace opens Good Peacetime Liver by Travis MacDonald from 3-5pm. [Collingwood]

Screenspace opens a few goodies: Simone Hine and Clare Rae's Stages, Leigh-Ann Pahapill's A Working Script in Shorthand, Julia Weissenberg's Snowstorm. From 3-5pm. [CBD]

Simone HineSUNDAY 19 ARIL

True North continues with fabulous wonderful things like outdoor theatre and other such things that are wonderful. LOOK HERE



Next Week Stuff

Tuesday 21 April

Town Hall Gallery opens a group show: Conflicted, Adversaries in Art. [Hawthorn]


And don't forget to keep an eye on Climate + Art Change for more creative and environmentally beneficial goings-on!


Wreck Yo’Self

We dare you.



And don’t forget, Melbourne Arts Club loves you xx