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  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Apply for the Ceramics Studio Residency & Workshop program

    Apply now for the Ceramic Studio Residency & Workshop program at Kingston Arts.

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    Ceramics Studio, 

    March-April 2019
    May-June 2019
    July-August 2019
    September-October 2019

    6 weeks: $1,650 (incl.GST) | 8 weeks: $2,200 (incl. GST) | Security bond: $1,000
  • 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 Creative Studios Presents

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    Paintings, Crafts and Trinkets

    Showing for the first time at G3 Artspace, the exhibition includes handmade arts, crafts and trinkets created by the unique individuals connected with Kingston Creative Studios.

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    G3 Artspace, Parkdale

    Opening: Thursday 7 February, 6 - 8pm
    Exhibition: Friday 8 February - Saturday 16 March
    Market stalls: Saturday 16 & 23 February, 9am - 12pm

    Admission free
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Pop Up Bar

    Returning Friday nights in February 2019 on the forecourt. Enjoy live music, street food, sangria, cider and wine. Why travel to the city for the raw and eclectic Pop Up Bar experience when we'll bring it to you?

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    Forecourt, Kingston City Hall, Moorabbin

    Friday nights in February 2019
    5pm till late

    FREE ENTRY
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Midsumma 2019: Crafty Queers

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    Crafty Queers is Kingston’s inaugural visual arts residency and exhibition program celebrating craft and queer culture through the work of contemporary artists, Anna Dunnill and Nicholas Smith.

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    G1 + G2, Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Opening: Friday 1 February, 6.30 – 8.30pm

    Workshops: Friday 1 February, 5 - 7pm & Friday 8 February, 5 - 7pm

    Artist Talk: Saturday 9 February, 2 - 3pm

    Exhibition: Saturday 2 February – Saturday 2 March

    Admission free, bookings essential.

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  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Moviehouse

    Did you know you can go to the movies once a week for a whole year for the cost of just one movie ticket at a commercial cinema? Moviehouse is Kingston's best-kept secret. Join those in the know and become a member!

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    Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Mondays, 10.30am (4 Feb-9 Dec, except October)

    $25 annual membership
  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Magic Class with Australian School of Magic

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    As part of Pop Up Bar, Kingston Arts presents a magic class for kids aged 7-15 with the spellbinding Cath Jameson from the Australian School of Magic.

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    Gallery 1, Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Friday 15 February, 6pm

    FREE!

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  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Wand Making with Cath Jamison, Australian School of Magic

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    Cath Jamison brings decades of experience in the art of magic. Join her for a workshop on how to make a wand that would make Hermione Granger proud. For young people aged 5-15.

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    Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    22 February, 6pm

    Free

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  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    The Whale's Tale by Born in a Taxi

    Kingston Arts brings The Whale's Tale by Born in a Taxi to Mordialloc Food & Wine Festival. An interactive spectacle full of slapstick, clowning and a 9-metre whale that can swallow you whole. Watch out, you could be the Whale’s, next snack...or become the hero of the story!

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    Mordialloc Food & Wine Festival, 

    Saturday 2 March, 2.30pm & 5.00pm

    FREE!
  • Kingston Arts Presents

    Artist Workshop

    Artist Workshops

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    Kingston Arts proudly presents Making Public Art Talk, with Lynda Roberts, Chantal Wynter and Justin Gayner.

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    Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Making Public Art Talk! Wednesday 6 March, 6:30pm - 8pm.

    FULL $10 | CONC $5

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