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The Smitten Guide – Show 1.08 27th March

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The Smitten Guide – a summary of arts and culture events happening around Melbourne, Victoria and Australia.

Re – capping the events we mentioned during the show:

From the MICF:

Not from the MICF:

Events around Melbourne, Victoria and Australia:

  • La Mama Theatre ‘Night Sings Its Songs’ – April 13th – 24th, 205 Faraday Street Carlton
  • Double Bill performance at Brunswick Mechanics Institute – original Australian works with two-one act plays: Madame Bast by Matthew Sini & Don’t Tell The Women by Samantha Cunningham. – March 23rd – April 2nd.
  • IMBUE exhibition at Rubicon Ari  – Queensberry Street, Melbourne: IMBUE brings together four emerging artists, across the mediums of Drawing, Gold and Silversmithing and Video installation. The selected works question the ways in which the inner self fragments and dissociates itself from the sacred concept of the ‘individual’.  March 23rd – April 9th
  • Fort Delta Gallery – Eleanor Louise Butt ‘after-image’ – exhibiting from March 30th to April 21st
  • City of Moonee Valley present ‘Authenticity’ – Incinerator Gallery, 180 Holmes Road, Moonee Ponds. April 1st – May 22nd. A hoax, a fake art fair and the comprehensive history of an artist who may or may not have even existed will be on show in Authenticity…? opening at Incinerator Gallery on 1 April. The exhibition will feature unconventional new and ongoing works from DAMP, Darren Sylvester, Patrick Pound, Michael Vale, Peter Hill and Jacqui Shelton.

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