InBetween: King Island new media community project

March 31, 2011 to April 3, 2011

InBetween is a new media community project created through a residency at the King Island Cultural Centre by Melbourne’s The Gertrude Association, working with the young adults of the island. Incorporating large-scale projections, original contemporary music and vocals, the spaces InBetween will come alive in Currie over four nights. Celebrate the end of the project on Sunday 3 April at the free Dance Hall event featuring Ashley MacIsaac with Quinn Bachand.

Soul Theatre Fundraiser – bbq & screening of ‘Alicia’

November 13, 2010

Soul Theatre is a charitable, cultural organisation representing the misunderstood, disadvantaged and disenfranchised. They create high quality theatre productions. They’ll be hosting a fundraiser on Sat Nov 13 from 5pm at The Athol Gill Centre, 100 Hodgkinson Street, Clifton Hill. There will be a BBQ followed by a screening of the documentary, Alicia, with supper provided. Contact Alicia Liley for more info.


November 20, 2010

Have you got an idea that you’d like to share? Something you are passionate about? Something you believe can make a difference? A fascinating story? A new way of looking at things? TEDxYouth is a chance to share what matters to you. Submit Your Idea. TEDxYouth@Sydney is an part of a global event that’s all about young people getting together to share ideas, experiences and performances. The event will be held on Nov 20 at the Powerhouse Museum.

Wild and Scenic Film Festival comes to Australia

October 19, 2010 to October 20, 2010

See the best of America’s largest environmental film festival in Australia for the first time. Film-makers from around the world reveal their latest insights into the challenges facing the planet at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival.  16 truly amazing films are showing at this year’s festival. Everyone concerned about the planet, those interested in current environmental issues and those that want to see beautiful, fun and inspiring films are invited.  Tues 19th & Wed 20th October. Kaleide Theatre, RMIT, 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne. Download the flyer.