What's on this April
Welcome! This month the national call for entries for our award for Works on Paper start, concerts are on, performing arts audition take place and we're pleased to announce the first ever pop-up park in Banyule!
April is the month to get involved!
A first in Banyule!
Come and check out the Watsonia Pop-up Park! Visit anytime and relax on the grass, grab a book from the free outdoor library or join in on one of the many free activities/events on throughout April.
Open till 23 April
Ibbottson Street, Watsonia
(between the library & church)
Climate change through art
Turbulence is a creative response to global climate change and environmental sustainability.
Banyule-based artists from the Textile Art Community, sound artist Alice Bennett and environmental artist Felicity Gordon have collaborated to create an immersive art installation using salvaged and recycled materials.
Visit Hatch Contemporary Art Space before 13 May to experience this exhibition.
Supported by a program of free events.
2017 National call for entries
Banyule Award for Works on Paper
The Banyule Award for Works on Paper is an acquisitive prize awarded biennially to an outstanding contemporary work on paper. In 2017, the curatorial theme is Ebb & Flow and artwork must reflect a personal interpretation of the theme.
Entries close 31 July 2017
Concerts in Arden Crescent
Two diverse and enthralling concerts are presented this month by Rosanna's long running community music group.
The Complete Beatles
Sunday, 2 April @ 2pm
Sunday, 30 April @ 2pm
Calling all Banyule residents with a desire to perform. ARC Theatre is excited to announce auditions for their 2017 production, Fiddler on the Roof!
Banyule Theatre, Heidelberg
11 to 22 April
St Gabriel's Hall, Viola St, Reservoir
Banyule: A Different Perspective
Enjoy a public art installation looking at Banyule through the visual lens of local artist Lisa Watson. The installation will be in the Cambridge Arcade, a walkway to the Bell Street Mall until 7 May.
Friday, 28 April @ 6PM
Free event, no bookings required. Cambridge Arcade, Bell Street Mall, Heidelberg West
Let the kids discover nature
Nature play day is about taking kids into nature and allowing them the time, space and freedom to explore, discover and find wonder in the natural world.
Explore the Southern Rd Wetland and the Electric Spur, build a bush cubby, paint a watercolour and even make a rock pet!
When and where
Sunday 9 April, 10am - midday
Darebin Creek Forest Park, Liberty Pde, Heidelberg West
For more info call 9457 9908
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