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Vos idées de sorties à Melbourne (du 7 au 13 mai)


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 !

  • Du lundi 7 au dimanche 13 mai : Melbourne Knowledge Week

knowledge-melbourneMKW 2018 will take place from Monday 7 to Sunday 13 May with an exciting program of events focussed on connecting people, place, research and technology to imagine the city of the future.In 2018, the festival will be a test site where together with Melburnians we will tackle the urgent, the everyday and the obscure issues facing our future. With lectures, performances, urban expeditions, games, workshops, conversations, labs, maker spaces and parties, it will be a celebration of Melbourne’s residents, professionals, businesses, scientists, artists, designers, questioners, thinkers and everyone who is dreaming out loud. Visit the official Melbourne Knowledge Week site.

  • Le jeudi 10 mai : An evening with Hillary Clinton

Free from the constraints of running, Secretary Clinton will share the intense personal experience of becoming the first woman nominated for president by a major party in an election marked by rage, sexism, exhilarating highs and infuriating lows, stranger-than-fiction twists, Russian interference, and an opponent who broke all the rules. Secretary Clinton will take audiences on a journey; What Happened and what’s next. A story of resilience, Secretary Clinton explains how she got back up after a loss, and how we can all look ahead. 10 May 2018 7:30PM, at the Melbourne Convention Centre. Book your tickets here.

  • Le vendredi 11 mai : Changwon K-Pop World Festival – preliminary roundimage (2)

Watch K-pop starts sing and dance their hearts out to impress the judges at Fed Square? The Changwon K-Pop World Festival Melbourne preliminary round will be held at Deakin Edge at Federation Square, and entry is free to watch. This international competition, which originates from the city of Changwon in South Korea, will held its first rounds in Melbourne for the 5th time. Participants will either sing or dance, in groups or alone, for their chance to be flown to South Korea and perform at the 2018 Changwon K-Pop World Festival. More info can be found here.

  • Le samedi 12 mai : Heide Makers’ Market

28754421_355692978267329_1549379060843413504_nHeide Makers’ Market is a collaboration between two well loved Melbourne institutions – Heide Museum of Modern Art and The Rose St. Artists’ Market. Set in the picturesque surrounds of the Heide Museum of Modern Art sculpture park, Heide Makers’ Market is the perfect space for makers to showcase their works to the world. Every second Saturday of each month, you’ll find an eclectic mix of art, design, handcrafted goods and tasty treats all made with skill by our fabulous stallholders – so get inspired and plan your visit to the Heide Makers’ Market here.

  • Samedi 12 et dimanche 13 mai : Big Vegan Marketimage (1)

The Big Vegan Market is back for 2018, and this time there are some big changes about. Firstly, the markets are a lot bigger so you’ll have a lot more room to move about and browse all the wonderful stalls without it being too crowded. Also, and very importantly, it is now a 2 day market! Over the Saturday and Sunday of the Mother’s Day weekend (12th and 13th of May), you can come and shop from the huge variety of 100% vegan products at the beautiful Royal Exhibition Hall. Pick up something for you mum, or even better, bring your mum and discover all the great new goodies available together! More info here.

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