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This Week in St Kilda

In local news

Jewish Museum CEO Rebecca Forgasz leaving for new job at Monash
After more than nine years at the Jewish Museum, Rebecca Forgasz is leaving to take up a new role at the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation at Monash University.
More including farewell event 22 July 

BIG Sculpture prize @ Veg Out
Veg Out has announced an outdoor sculpture exhibition and competition with over $5000 is prize money.
Works will be on display at the gardens in November.
More info 

Pride Centre foundation stone @ Fitzroy Street
A symbolic foundation stone was laid on Friday to mark the start of construction (and to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall protest). When complete in 2020, the centre will host eight major LGBTIQ organisations and a bevy of smaller groups in a very specy building.

This Week in St Kilda

School holiday program @ Library
Monday 1 July – Friday 12 July
Loads of fun, hurry bookings fill quickly.

On Holidays > My Family and Me @ Linden
Tuesday 2 July to Sunday 14 July 2019 > 11 am – 4 pm
Drop into the gallery this school holidays and draw a picture of your family visiting your favourite place in St Kilda. Free drop in activity.

Holiday fun @ JewMu

The Jewish Museum has a range of children’s activities scheduled for these school holidays. Book now for Miniature Making, Painting or Challah Baking. Between $15 / $20.
Miniature making
Portrait painting
Challah making

Locals @ Linden
Until 1 September
An exhibit of photos of local visitors to the gallery.

EARTH exhibition @ space2b
Tuesday 2 July – 31 August
Tuesday – Friday: 10 am – 5 pm | Saturday: 10am – 2pm
Opening event Friday 12 July, 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
An exhibition by artists inspired by their love of our Earth. Plus diverse workshops with themes of sustainability, connection and care of our Earth.
144 Chapel Street

World Music Café @ Alliance Française
Wednesday 3 July, 8 pm
Alliance Française & the boîTe present a tribute to Astor Piazzola by Senda Florida Trio. $25 / $20

Jordan Bailey Single launch @ Prince
Friday 5 July, 8 pm
Jordan Bailey with his 4 piece rock band for a night of cheek, laughs & heartbreak. $15

Infected Mushroom Live presents Converting Vegetarians @ Prince
Saturday 6 July, 5 pm
A very special “Converting Vegetarians” matinee set, before the sold out Head of Nasa show. $56

Claymore @ Firefly
Saturday 6 July, 6 pm – 10.30 PM
This enigmatic band of multi-instrumentalists combine traditional elements of Celtic music with soul and rock it right into the 21st century.
From $34

The Secondhand Space Suits @ Ember Lounge
Saturday 6 July, 7.30 pm
An intimate and joyous romp through classic songs by three guys having fun. $20
Coming soon to Memo: Renee Geyer Friday 12 July. $30+ Info

The Godfather Part II @ Astor
Sunday 7 July, 7 pm
Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.

Divercity @ Your letterbox
From 1 July
This edition of the Council’s magazine looks at the many faces of youth in Port Phillip.
Don’t wait, click here 


Ice Skating returns @ Acland Plaza
Until Sunday 14 July, 10 am – 9 pm
The open-air ice rink returns.

Trio of exhibitions with sound @ Linden
Until Sunday 1 September
Three artists explore art through sound. Free
Tuesday to Sunday, 11 am – 4 pm


AutoCannibal @ Theatre Works
10 July – 21 July
Why do we do things that we know are bad for us?
Drawing together elements of circus, performance art, BDSM culture and clowning, AutoCannibal is an experimental new work of solo physical theatre.

Pomona @ Redstitch
14 July – 11 August, Previews 9 – 12 July
Alistair McDowall’s dark and genre rich horror story is a powerful modern thriller that asks what lies beneath the veneer of contemporary civilisation and what price must you pay to find it.

Hip Hop Festival @ Theatre Works
26 July – 28 July
Applications are now open for young people aged 15-25 to get involved – breakdancing, DanceScratch recording, DJing, rap, song composition, spoken word, poetry, and more!