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  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Artz Blitz 2021

    Celebrating the return of Artz Blitz in 2021! Kingston's favourite community visual arts and creative writing competition returns, bigger than ever!

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    G1 + G2, Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Secret theme revealed:
    Friday 19 March, 9am

    Artwork and creative writing submitted:
    Saturday 20 March, 2 – 5pm

    Award Presentation and Opening Event: Saturday 27 March, 4 - 6pm

    Exhibition: Monday 29 March - Friday 28 May

    Viewer's Choice and Reader's Choice Award Winners announced: Tuesday 1 June
    Adult: $15 | Under 18: $10
  • Sharon Monagle and Rose Lucas Presents

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    2020 Shelter in Place

    RSVP Gallery Opening & Poetry Reading & Artist Talk

    Visual artist, Sharon Monagle, and poet Rose Lucas, collaborate in this new exhibition which reflects on their personal and shared experiences of 2020.

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    G3 Artspace, Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale

    Opening: Thursday 15 April, 6 - 8pm
    Exhibition: Friday 16 April - Saturday 15 May
    Poetry Reading and Artist Talk: Saturday 1 May, 2 - 4pm
    Free admission

    RSVP Gallery Opening & Poetry Reading & Artist Talk

  • Kingston Arts Presents

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    Midsumma: Low Brows and High Hopes

    Artist, Willow Franklin, and poet, Zoe Kingsley, in collaboration with Queer in Kingston and Connect present an online zine and outdoor projection for Midsumma Festival, exploring the theme of ‘lowbrow art’ through collage, video, craft, text and poetry.

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    The Bridge, Moorabbin

    The Bridge Projection Space screening: Wednesday 21 April - Saturday 29 May
    Admission free
  • The Granary Lane Artists Presents

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    Moments of Reflection

    The Granary Lane Artists are a collective of Melbourne artists including Sue Blackburn, Valerie Conboy, Penny Cowie, Rick Graham, Colin Heymann, Vicki Jans, Steve Jarrold, Alan Jenkins, Kathie Mathes, Judy Thompson, Daryl Flynn, and David Webster.

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    G3 Artspace, 

    Opening: Thursday 20 May, 6 - 8pm
    Exhibition: Friday 21 May - Saturday 19 June
    Admission free
  • Sean McDowell Presents

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    In the day I dream of faraway places

    Kingston Arts Grant recipient, Sean McDowell, presents 'In the day I dream of faraway places' an exhibition of new artworks exploring his deep investment in materials and processes.

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    G1 + G2, Kingston Arts Centre, Moorabbin

    Opening: Thursday 10 June, 6 - 8pm
    Exhibition: Friday 11 June - Saturday 21 August
    Admission free
  • Michael Vale Presents

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    It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry

    Featuring artists Simon Perry, Juan Ford, Gerry Bell, Kara Baldwin, Kez Hughes, Amélie Scalercio, Nicholas Ives and Michael Vale, this group exhibition takes its title from the Bob Dylan song, “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry” (1965) as a perfect metaphor for absurdism.

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    G1 + G2, 

    Opening: Thursday 2 September, 6 - 8pm
    Exhibition: Friday 3 September - Saturday 13 November
    Admission free
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