COVID-19: in-person events may change and there are changes to council services.

Arts news

Find out about arts and culture initiatives in the Boroondara community.

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    Coronavirus: Boroondara Arts venues close temporarily

    A number of our Boroondara Arts facilities and services have changed in line with current COVIDSafe restrictions.
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    Explore and create at Hawthorn Arts Centre

    To celebrate Open House Melbourne and the opening of Town Hall Gallery’s exhibition ‘Shelter in Place’, Boroondara Arts will be hosting a range of activities for you and your family to participate in.
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    Boroondara Creative Community: a place for innovation and ideas

    Boroondara Creative Network (BCN) is a free bi-monthly event held at the Hawthorn Arts Centre.
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    For Shani Alexander, art comes home to Hawthorn

    Creativity is life for Shani Alexander, and although her journey to becoming an artist wasn’t straightforward, every twist and turn has been a vital step towards forming her flourishing art practice and painting programs.
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    Painter explores the natural beauty of Boroondara during lockdown

    Landscape artist Joe Blundell found new inspiration in the local creeks, streams, and woodlands of Boroondara during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020.
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    Re-imagining the Renaissance

    ‘Renaissance Goes Surreal’ is a new exhibition of fantastical large-scale digital prints created by Boroondara artist John Ashcroft.
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    Re-imagining the Renaissance

    ‘Renaissance Goes Surreal’ is a new exhibition of fantastical large-scale digital prints created by Boroondara artist John Ashcroft.
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    Capturing the romanticism of adventure

    Artist John Romeo chats about adventure, beauty and the creative process.
  9. 09

    Maranoa Botanic Gardens Florilegium now available

    The Maranoa Botanic Gardens Florilegium is a collection of botanical paintings and drawings by local artists, and now available in our new e-shop.
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    Two artists finding the humour in everyday life

    Artists Suhasini Seelin and Ian Napier chat about creative processes, inspirations and challenges.