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  • Kingston Arts Presents



    Kingston Arts challenges you to make the impossible, possible by creating an unforgettable ceramic superhero with prominent contemporary artist and ceramicist Vipoo Srivilasa to celebrate Melbourne Fringe Festival 2017.

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    G1 + G2, Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Opening: Sunday 17 September, 2pm - 4pm
    Exhibition: Monday 18 September - Saturday 28 October

    Admission free
  • Kingston Arts Presents


    Lens Mist 2018

    Kingston Arts’ popular photography competition, Lens Mist returns in 2018. The annual award and exhibition showcases artists’ creative talents in capturing an image in City of Kingston while responding to the theme 'I never noticed that before'. Open competition.

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    Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Applications open Tuesday 3 October 2017
    Applications close - Thursday 14 December 2017

    Entry fees: $25 (18 and over). $15 (under 18) There is no fee to view the exhibition or to vote in the People's Choice Award.
  • City of Kingston Presents

    Big Break

    Big Break is a fantastic opportunity for people living with disability to participate in arts-based workshops and develop new skills in a variety of creative practices.

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    Kingston City Hall, Moorabbin

    Friday 24 November, 10.45am

    Morning workshops: 10.45am-12.00pm

    Afternoon workshops: 12.45pm-2.00pm

    $5 per person (includes workshops and a healthy lunch)
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Makers Market 2017

    Kingston Arts' popular Makers Market is the place to be on Saturday 9 December to snap up one-of-a-kind handmade wares from talented local artists and designers.

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    Carpark, Kingston City Hall

    Saturday 9 December 2017, 3-8pm

    GOLD COIN ENTRY I Children under 12 FREE
  • Kingston Arts Presents

    Kingston's Mighty Wurlitzer

    Built in 1928 and known as the King of Instruments, Kingston’s Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ has resided in City Hall since 1970.

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    Kingston City Hall, Moorabbin

    Hire the Wurlitzer for your event by contacting our Venue Hire Coordinator on 9556 4435.
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