What: ‘Spring into Sunday’ @ Our Library Mornington to be part of the Creative Peninsula Canvas Backdrop Painting, last day to get involved with this exciting new project. Under the guidance of Peninsula artists Judi Singleton and Amanda Nelson, budding creatives have the opportunity to collaborate in making an artwork that will be used for community festivals and other events.
When: Sunday Nov 30 starting promptly at 1.30pm until 4pm bring your worst painting clothes, using textile dyes/ paints.Afternoon tea provided for all those who participated from 3pm
Where: Outdoor Courtyard Mornington Library, Vancouver Street Mornington
Contact: Andrea on 0447 629 628 or email email@example.com or speak to a librarian.
What: Peninsula School’s popular Community Christmas market features beautiful arts and crafts, jewellery, fashions and more….. Lots of well priced, creative Christmas ideas, all under one roof. Come and meet our friendly team. All welcome. Refreshments available.
Where: The Peninsula School, 20 Wooralla Drive, Mt Eliza. Plenty of parking on site. The market is held in the H.A. Macdonald Pavillion, overlooking the top oval.
When: 9am – 1pm, Friday 28 November 2014
Costs/ Ticketing: Gold coin entry donation – all proceeds go to Beyond Blue
What: Have you got any youngster or teenagers keen to work on a collaborative community arts project? Local artists Judi Singleton and Mandy Nelson will lead the activity to create backdrops and banners that can be used for other community events.
When: Sunday Nov 23 & 30 1.30pm – 4pm
Where: Mornington Library outside courtyard, Vancouver Street Mornington
What to wear: painting clothes as the media is textile inks on canvas painting.
Are you an artist or arts group living on the Mornington Peninsula? Are you a teacher or working in a library and looking for arts workshops and experiences in 2015? As part of Regional Arts Victoria’s annual Home is Where the Hall Is project, Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has invited staff from Regional Arts Victoria to conduct an information session in November about a number of opportunities and avenues for support. At the information session you will hear about:
Regional Arts Victoria
Funding opportunities for organisations and individuals
The exciting Education and Families program for 2015
This information session will be hosted by The Art Group of Flinders Inc and will provide the opportunity to not only hear what resources and opportunities are available but to meet and network with key Regional Arts Victoria staff, as well as members of other arts and cultural networks in your area.
Date Monday 17th November, 2014 4.30pm – 7.30pm Supper will be provided
Venue Flinders Civic Hall 54-56 Cook St Flinders Victoria 3929
RSVP Places are limited so please RSVP by Friday 14 November to Andrea Ebsworth on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (03) 5950 1716.
Liz Zito – Cultural Partnerships Manager, Regional Arts Victoria
Suzi Cordell – Education and Families Manager, Regional Arts Victoria
Andrea Ebsworth, Cultural Planner, Libraries, Arts & Culture, Mornington Peninsula Shire
AUSTRALIA’S ROCK ICON MARK SEYMOUR PERFORMS WITH HIS BAND ‘THE UNDERTOW’ FRIDAY 28TH NOVEMBER WITH SPECIAL GUEST MICHAEL SPIBY ACCLAIMED FRONT MAN OF THE BADLOVES (GREEN LIMOUSINE, MEMPHIS, I REMEMBER & MORE)
Performing some of his most loved anthems including HOLY GRAIL, THROW YOUR ARMS AROUND ME, WHEN THE RIVER RUNS DRY and many more! PRE-SALE TICKETS ARE ONLY $35 SO BOOK NOW! DINNER & SHOW PACKAGES ALSO AVAILABLE Be part of The Grand Hotels exciting new intimate concert series every month and book your tickets now! Tickets are limited to only 300 lucky punters for this exclusive event!
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What: Primrose Fair is one of the Mornington Peninsula’s many beautiful designer markets. Shoppers can look forward to a tightly curated selection of talented designers of fashion, children’s wear, jewellery and home wares set against the back drop of the beautiful Cloisters building at Toorak College.
Where: The Cloisters, Toorak College, Old Mornington Road, Mt Eliza
What: Here’s your chance! Great live performance in the rustic surrounds of the Barrel Hall at Willow Creek Vineyard. A truly special venue for an exciting music event – Blues in the Barrel Hall. There’ll be blues beats and soul sounds by the acclaimed Justin Yap Band [whose recent album debuted at no. 3 on the Australian Blues Charts] and supported by cool young soul band Venus Return.
When: Friday 21 November @ 7pm
Where: Salix Restaurant package for a complete evening of fabulous food, wine and music ($95) or
Tickets for music only: ($40) from 7pm. Bookings essential, space is limited so quickly call 5989 7448 Ext 1 or email details to email@example.com
PS: Remember what Henry Rollins musician, writer, journalist, publisher, actor, television and radio host, spoken word artist, and activist once said: “Without the blues, modern music would be nothing like it is now – not remotely”.
“Imaginative, inventive, intelligent and highly entertaining, I Knew These People Too from RAWcollective is a complete reinvention of the theatrical experience incorporating comedy, contemporary dance, dramatic monologue, video and soundscape. The audience is invited to move from space to space observing and engaging with this unique and thought provoking show. I loved it.The wonderfully welcoming opulent surroundings of The Social provided the perfect backdrop for this production.” Andrea Louise Thomas Arts Editor, Pearl Magazine.
And here’s another fabulous review from last night’s performance: “I knew these people too is a feisty, moving performance, punctuated by heartbreaking storytelling, contemporary dance, singing and laughter. The show moves along at the perfect pace and strikes the right balance between comedy and intrigue. Brigitte Jarvis’s piece about Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome is full of emotion, yet handled with the utmost care, and Kelly Nash’s Queenie Kent is a past her prime showgirl to remember. The performances weave together seamlessly and create a lively evening to enjoy in a unique setting.” Rowena Wiseman, writer and blogger http://outofprintwriting.blogspot.com.au/ Twitter: @outaprintwriter Wattpad: @outaprintwriter