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Darren Doye Brings Light to Melbourne’s Forgotten Icons


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Darren Doye Brings Light to Melbourne’s Forgotten Icons



Colour, nostalgia and a slew of recognisable imagery collide in an exhibition of new work by emerging Mornington Peninsula artist Darren Doye, currently in its final week at Cheltenham’s Without…

Marco Polo Festival of Digital Literature

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Marco Polo Festival of Digital Literature

A new international language festival celebrating the changing relationships between writers, readers and translators in Australia and China will visit Melbourne next week.


My Mistress

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My Mistress

Stephen Lance’s first feature film, My Mistress may at first glance appear to be a raunchy film following the affair of a young teen man and a much older lady…

Joan Armatrading announces final major world tour

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Joan Armatrading announces final major world tour

After 42 years of touring, performing and recording – with more than 20 albums to her name – world-renowned blues singer Joan Armatrading has announced that her next world tour…

Michael Palin Announces Australian Tour

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Michael Palin Announces Australian Tour

Iconic actor, author, TV presenter and probably the nicest Python, Michael Palin will visit Australia in 2015 with his spoken word show Michael Palin – Live on Stage.

Clara and the Secret of the Bears

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Clara and the Secret of the Bears

Clara and the secret of the bears has all the ingredients of a good ghost story. And although it’s rated as being ok for younger viewers, this film has enough…

Luna 1878 Winter Night Market

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Luna 1878 Winter Night Market

Queen Victoria Market is open Wednesday nights for Luna Night Market – with food, design, fashion and arts after dark.

Stray Dogs

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Stray Dogs

Stray Dogs is difficult to walk away from. And that is a good thing for this film - because it is equally difficult to watch.

10,000KM

10,000KM

You’re with the love of your life, you’ve been together over six years, you’re trying for a baby, and then one of you is offered a dream artists’ residency 10,000KM…

$100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize focuses on sport

$100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize focuses on sport

Dr Vincent Alessi, Curatorial Manager at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne explains the role of sport in the cultural identity of Australia, and how this can be explored…

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