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Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition

2011_09_07_0882v3_miss_phryne_fisher_cropped_mediumThe popular ABC TV series Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries will return to Rippon Lea this spring with a major exhibition featuring the sumptuous costumes worn by the Hon. Phryne Fisher and her cohorts. The house and gardens, which features in the series as the home of Aunt Prudence, will once again be transformed as the doors open to the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition on the 7th September.

If you love costumes it is a great exhibition to see.

The exhibition is on until the 27th of October.  Tickets at the door, or you can buy tickets online.

For more details, you can go on the Rippon Lea website.

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What to do this weekend?

Daylight saving may be happening this weekend, but right now it’s looking a little windy and rainy, so maybe a couple of gallery hops might keep you busy.

At Luma, the Latrobe University gallery is an exhibition by Vali Myers is on till the 1st of November. It’s been highly recommended to me and as I haven’t been to LUMA, as yet, this is a good excuse.

Vali Myers works in pen, ink and watercolour and are extremely detailed and take you to a world of fantasy. For more information have a look at their website.

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VALI MYERS

Between the Dusk and Dawn

11 September – 1 November

LUMA | La Trobe University Museum of Art Ground floor, Glenn College Melbourne Campus

The current exhibition at the Manningham Art Gallery is a group exhibition called ‘Continuing Streams’ and is a group of artists that have studios in Manningham and are responding to their love of the local region. I only know one of the artists, but it looks like an interesting exhibition.

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The Continuing Streams 

9 October – 9 November

Gallery Hours

Tuesday – Saturday, 11.00am – 5.00pm

Contact Details

Manningham Art Gallery

MC² (Manningham City Square)

687 Doncaster Road,

Doncaster, Victoria 3108

Melway Ref: 47 F1

And, finally, if the weather does hold out go over to Bolin Bolin Gallery at the Bulleen Art and Garden, where it is the last weekend of their current exhibition, ‘Alfresco’ by the Box Hill Clayworkers. A quick look revealed quirky interesting work and it’s always a delight to wander around the nursery and thoroughly enjoy their latest exhibition. Often focusing on ceramics, they always show high quality work.

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‘Alfresco’

This ceramic exhibition celebrates the coming of spring and spending more time outdoors.

by Box Hill Clayworkers & Friends
September 13 to  October 6 

Open 7 days a week

Nursery & Shop
Every day: 9:00am – 5:00pm

6 Manningham Road West, Bulleen, Victoria.

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Monstrous – a group exhibition of prints by 13 terrific artists

Monstrous exhibition inviteAs well, Monstrous – a group exhibition of prints by 13 terrific artists, that I have curated and have a brand new print in, officially opens this weekend!

Monstrous

Opening 3-5pm Saturday 14 September

Exhibition current til 11 October 2013

Neospace

7 Campbell Street, Collingwood VIC 3066

neospace.com.au

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No Cure For Life – New Exhibition by Rona Green

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You are warmly invited to my new exhibition of prints, drawings and paintings

Rona Green

No Cure For Life

Official opening 6pm – 8pm Tuesday 27 August 2013

Come along for the art, a drink, and snag yourself a specially made Rona Green badge and bookmark!

Artists talk 2pm Saturday 31 August 2013

Current until 15 September 2013

Australian Galleries

35 Derby Street, Collingwood VIC 3066

http://www.australiangalleries.com.au

Open 7 days 10am – 6pm

Free entry

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Home: Reframing Craft and Domesticity

Home – Reframing Craft and Domesticity explores the resurgence of craft in contemporary art proactice as well as our relationship to our most intimate and treasured environment – our home.

Presented by Banyule City Council and the newly refurbished and opened Hatch Contemporary Arts Space, Home features 85 works by 55 artists including Robert Baines, Kris Coad, Susan Cohn, Michelle Hamer, Gwynn Hanssen Pigott, Marian Hosking, Sam Johnston, Kate Just, Irianna Kanellopoulou, Simon Mee, Drew Pettifer, Elvis Richardson, Yhonnie Scarce, Julie Shiels, John Wolseley, Paul Yore and many more.

There is also a program of satellite events.

Home: Reframing Craft and Domesticity 4 April – 11 May 2013  — Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm

 

Form more information: IMG_2807-for-blog-and-bbbhttp://www.banyule.vic.gov.au/arts

 

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