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  • 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.
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Apply for the Kingston Ceramic Studio

    Apply for the Kingston Ceramic Studio program in 2021-2022.

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    Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Applications close: 11.59pm, Sunday 13 December.
    Commencement date: Tuesday 19 January.

    $220.00 per calendar month (incl. GST)
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Ghost Light Series - Artist Profile - Eisteddfod By The Bay

    Eisteddfod by the Bay has been an institution in Kingston since 1955. Offering sections from speech and drama to vocals and pianoforte EBTB is entirely run by volunteers and has a long and proud history of presenting annual events. Even during COVID-19 EBTB found a way of delivering their event!

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    Spotlight on Eisteddfod By The Bay happening now!

  • Sofie Dieu Presents

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    Longing for Home: Book, Film and Q&A Event

    Join us for the online launch of 'Longing For Home', a collaboration between artist Sofie Dieu and local community participants as they share stories of home and migration in a new book and short film, along with a live Q&A.

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    Online event: Friday 20 November, 10am - 11am

    Admission free
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Public Art Workshops with local Artist Deb McNaughton

    Kingston Arts is seeking expressions of interest from those who live, work or frequent the Mentone, Parkdale or Mordialloc foreshore to participate in creative consultation workshops with artist Deb McNaughton on a new sculpture.

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    Shirley Burke Theatre (Foyer), 

    Saturday 28 November

    Free
  • City of Kingston Social Development and Kingston Arts Presents

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    Big Break 2020 - Dance it Out with Rawcus

    To coincide with celebrations for International Day of People with Disabilities we we have teamed up with the talented Rawcus Ensemble to offer a chance for participants to check in, connect and get moving within our community. Join us over four zoom dance sessions commencing Monday 9 November.

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    Monday 9 November, 12pm, | Monday 16 November, 12pm | Monday 23 November, 12pm | Monday November, 30 12pm

    Registrations are Free.
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Ghost Light Series - Artist Profile - Jill Page OAM

    Meet Jill Page OAM. Jill is a classically trained singer, performer, teacher of signing and drama, a choral director and a member of many arts and cultural advisory committees across many councils and companies. Jill is a staunch supporter of the Arts and we are lucky to have her in Kingston!

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    Spotlight on Jill happening now!

  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Ghost Light Series - Artist Profile - Queenie van de Zandt

    This week we meet Queenie van de Zandt a relative newbie to our Kingston family. Queenie has a many talents running the AMTA Academy alongside her career as a comedian, writer and singer. You may know her better as her hilarious alter ego Jan van de Stool! Enjoy getting to know Queenie - we have!

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    Spotlight on Queenie happening now!

  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Ghost Light Series - Artist Profile - Lexi Ross

    This week we meet Lexi Ross a former student in Kingston who loves the live music scene in Mordialloc. Lexi is a young performer who cannot wait to get out and do some busking around Kingston. Lexi also has her own band, Ms Lexi & Celestial Band. It is a pleasure getting to know Lexi and talents.

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    Spotlight on Lexi happening now!

  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Ghost Light Series - Artist Profile - MEJU

    This week we meet a MEJU aka Megan Bernard and Kalju Tonuma. Megan and Kalju run a recording studio/live performance space in Braeside and had just finished building their studio prior to COVID-19. A fantastic creative studio right here in Kingston! We hope you enjoying finding out more about MEJU.

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    Spotlight on MEJU happening now!

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