July 8, 2010 7:30 pm to July 31, 2010 7:30 pm
Artworks from school students across Victoria on human rights will be displayed in City Library Gallery in Flinders Lane, Melbourne throughout July 2010.
Join us on the 8th of July 2010 for the opening night where you will also have the opportunity to make a creative action yourself!
Your art will be sent to Papua New Guinea women rights defenders who are going to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women hearing in New York.
July 9, 2010 to July 18, 2010
Gertrude Street will once again be transformed into a free outdoor gallery.
Now in its third year, the Projection Festival is this year themed ‘Me. You. Us.’ – encouraging us all to think about our relationship with ourselves and our community, and our effect on the world.
The festival program includes a building-sized interactive digital projection by the Festival’s feature artist, Kit Webster, as well as entries from community groups and emerging artists.
Co Directors of the 2010 Projection Festival, Monique McNamara and Kym Ortenburg invites everyone to visit Gertrude Street “we want everyone to come and join us and visit Gertrude St after dark!”
For more information go to www.thegertrudeassociation.com/projection
June 20, 2010 to August 3, 2010
Emerge Festival commemorates the United Nations World Refugee Day and celebrates Refugee Week in Australia with a series of amazing performances and unique cultural experiences around Melbourne
June 18, 2010 to August 6, 2010
The Rudd Government’s ‘Strategic Capability Program‘ is calling for applications for matching grants starting from $250,000 from businesses in the TCF industry that wish to improve their ‘innovation, collaboration, market access, business improvement, skills development, environmental sustainability and ethical practices.’
Consortiums led by TCF businesses or TCF industry bodies are also encouraged to apply.
Applications close on 6 August 2010.
June 18, 2010 to October 3, 2010
Celebrating the power of art to create radical social change, the team at artRiot are beginning to build a community of artists who are inspired to evoke change. There will be no nice florals, tepid landscapes or wallpaper portraits. ArtRiot wants their upcoming exhibition to be as memorable as the night the riot started!
Expressions of interest are now open for an interactive, multidisciplinary exhibition at the TAP Gallery in Sydney, 20 September – 3 October 2010.
July 15, 2010 to July 22, 2010
The Department of Counter Culture hosts ‘Here-Say’ at Counter Point; a speaker program and conversation forum in which mainstream consumption practices and values are challenged and alternatives considered and discussed.
‘Here Say’ launches the larger Counter Point program with a keynote presentation by Professor Kim Humphrey followed by a suite of presentations by practitioners including Social Studio, Craft Cartel, Clothing Exchange and Citizens of Elysium. Prof Humphrey will then facilitate a Q & A forum.