July 22, 2011 to July 31, 2011
Walk, ride, drive and tram through this free outdoor digital art gallery. Light and images as animations, digital stills, digital art, and projected site- specific works transform Gertrude St, and show different perspectives on the theme Hidden.
Some of the Festival’s showpieces are installations revealing the hidden history of Fitzroy. These emotionally and spatially moving works reveal Gertrude Street’s important and sometimes hidden Indigenous history.
July 22, 2011 8:00 pm July 30, 2011 7:00 pm
Projector Bike is a mobile projection system; comprising a three-wheeled cargo bike, high output video projector, sound system and a deep cycle battery. This highly mobile and flexible system enables us to tour the streets and project onto a wide range of surfaces.
Taking cinema to the streets we work with local filmmakers and artists to bring cutting edge image making to the buildings and back streets of the city.
Melbourne and Geelong
June 25, 2011 1:00 pm
Here is the concept. Start off with this image. Then grab a pen, a crayon or a spray-can and turn a nuclear bomb design into something else.
So please come along to Princes Bridge on Saturday June 25th at 1PM to join us for an afternoon of transforming nuclear weapons into something more beautiful.
Once we have a good collection of these images we hope to use them for potential art exhibitions and other visual materials. Click here to find out more about Bombing for Peace and nuclear Abolition Day activities globally. Download your bomb from this page
In partnership with VicUrban and GHD, Design for an Active City invites designers to submit design proportions that improve the pedestrian experience and increase activity on the northern side of Collins Street Bridge, as it spans Wurundjeri Way.
One winning entry will be selected by a panel of urban visionaries and announced during the Festival on July 25 2011.
Competition opens: May 25 2011
Site visit: 3.00pm June 8 2011
Submission Deadline: July 6 2011
Winner announced, exhibition opening and public panel discussion: July 25 2011
For full submission information and resources please visit.
The great Fest La Frog arts auction is live. Proceeds go to great work of Beyond Zero Emissions, so please post a bid and send to your friends.
Fest la Frog is a showcase of sustainable organic music and art which was held at Melbourne’s CERES Environment Park on Saturday 9 April 2011.
Twelve artists decorated eight doors which were mounted to form a door henge.
Click here to see the artwork and place your bid
October 30, 2010 to February 27, 2011
Space invaders surveys the past 10 years of Australian street art. Featuring 150 works by over 40 Australian artists, this exhibition celebrates the energy of street-based creativity and recognises street stencils, posters, paste-ups, zines and stickers as comprising a recent chapter in the development of Australian prints and drawings.
A major strength of Australian street art is its ability to mix pop-culture imagery with political messages. From hard-hitting protest to political satire, clever combinations of sarcasm, mockery and parody, the means to mix art, politics and the street press is now in the hands of a new generation of Australian artists.
National Gallery of Australia: Parkes Place, Canberra
30 Oct 2010 – 27 Feb 2011