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Vos idées de sorties à Melbourne (du 28 mai au 3 juin)

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Chaque semaine, le Courrier Australien vous déniche les meilleurs sorties et événements de la semaine à venir à Melbourne. Festivals, concerts, expositions, cinéma, restos, bars ou balades : plus d’excuses pour rester chez vous !

  • Toute la semaine : Grandmothers

image (2)Featuring stories of grandmothers from across Melbourne, Multicultural Museums Victoria presents its inaugural joint project — ‘Grandmothers’. Through five extraordinary exhibitions and accompanying events, come and celebrate the accomplishments, wisdom and the central role of the grandmother in Chinese, Italian, Greek, Muslim and Jewish communities. The ‘Grandmothers’ project pays tribute to this diverse group of women who, as custodians of culture and tradition, pass on their knowledge, culture and history from generation to generation. Through striking portraits and artworks, recipes and flavours, tales of war, survival and migration, language,  religious texts and traditional objects, each exhibition positions the grandmother at the forefront of family and community history. They provide new inspiring ways of telling the stories of grandmothers, whose voices have been silenced or absent from historical narratives. More info here.

  • Toute la semaine : Synthesizers: Sound of the Future at Grainger Museum

1cce930ae507fefa1bb2193f0f19a11dThe Grainger Museum was at the heart of electronic music experimentation in Melbourne in the 1960s and early ‘70s, when composer Keith Humble, recently returned from a decade of musical experimentation in Paris, transformed the Museum into ‘the Grainger Centre’: an electronic experimentation studio for students and composers. For a brief period of less than a decade, the Grainger Museum resonated with this ‘sound of the future’.Synthesizers: Sound of the Future tells the story of this forgotten period in the Grainger’s history. The exhibition brings together, for the first time, the suite of early EMS instruments – many of which were in the Grainger Museum in the period – on loan from the Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio (MESS). The exhibition runs in two modes, an exhibition display and an “open studio”, and incorporates performances conducted in association with Composition and Interactive Composition programs in the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, and experimental sound organisation Liquid Architecture. For more information on the public programs, see here.

  • Vendredi 1er juin : Planetarium Night

22179893_10155807309987716_7567941526821542753_oOn Friday nights the Melbourne Planetarium reawakens after hours for adults only with a stellar line-up of fulldome film screenings. Journey through fluorescent coral reefs, marvel at the cosmos, dive into black holes and get ready for an alien invasion in the latest Melbourne Planetarium showcase of films on the dome. There are two screenings a night. The 7.30pm session focuses on astronomy and also features What’s in the Sky Tonight (WITST), a presenter-led tour through the night sky. The 9pm session features a fulldome art film offering an immersive voyage into unseen worlds. So, whether you are into science or art, or both, we’ve got you covered. Schedule and tickets here.

  • Dimanche 3 juin : Round She Goes Market

748f8bc4397c25a1d60ec7d8dd48e90f_1600X900Melbourne’s largest market for women’s preloved and vintage fashion is back for 2018. If you love fashion and a bargain, you cannot afford to miss this event. The market is held inside the Coburg Town Hall and features over 60 handpicked stallholders who will be selling women’s preloved designer fashion, quality vintage and retro fashion, handmade jewellery and accessories. Round She Goes is completely indoors, with speciality coffee inside. 2018 marks 10 years of Round She Goes events in Melbourne. Round up your lady pals, and do not miss this affordable and very fun girls day out. More info here.

  • Dimanche 3 juin : All Gender Speed Dating 2.0

Speed-dating-WEBSITEAre you looking for love? Are you sick of spending your Friday afternoons sifting through the latest dating app in hopes of finding that metaphorical ‘diamond in the rough,’ only to be left feeling like the only sane singleton left out there? Have no fear, the Northcote Social Club is here. All Gender Speed Dating 2.0; for those with sore thumbs and bruised egos. Hosted by resident matchmaking, drink slinging love doctor Joe we’re going to be putting on four sessions including: Straight, Gay, Lesbian, and GSD (Gender and Sexuality Diverse). Come one, come all! Get down early to grab a drink and be sure to book in advance because spaces are super limited. Free entry, session times: GSD 6.30pm, Lesbian 7.30pm, Straight 8.30pm, Gay 9.30pm. Book your place here.

Retrouvez tous ces événements dans notre agenda sur notre page d’accueil.


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