The Lady Luck Clothing Fair is a quarterly event and the first of its kind in Castlemaine – not to mention it has a strong focus on sustainability and style. They’re pretty happy that the warmer weather is here, too, with their next outing set to take place at St Mary’s Hall, Castlemaine on November 28. 30 clothing stalls and vintage hair styling will feature, as will the cool sounds of The Seduceaphones.
For a chance to see some of Australia’s leading celebrities depicted by some of the countries best artists, head down to the Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of Ballarat. The exhibition will run until November 15, visit archibalballarat.com.au for more information.
If Guy Pearce is behind something, you know it’s a goodie. The GAFFAs, or the Gateways Short Film Contest, deadline is quickly approaching (November 6 to be exact) and they’re looking for budding film-makers or anyone who want to send in a film that showcases the untold story of the things those with a disability achieve in the community. First prize is a nifty $1000. Jump onto gateways.com.au for more information.
Odyssey Film Festival is back for another year, giving further purpose to the films created during VCE studies in school and enabling the students to enjoy in the pleasure of it being on the big screen – and not just their teacher’s computer screen.
Time to do some warmup stretches and invest in a good pair of runners as Run Geelong has come around for another year. Held on November 22 the event will be supporting the redevelopment of the Geelong Hospital Special Care Nursery. Hit up www.runaustralia.com.au to register.
Maybe you haven’t heard, but a little bit of laughter goes a long way for the soul. What goes even further is when it’s for a good cause. Mercure & Novotel are hosting a one-off comedy night with Dave O’Neil, Tom Gleeson and Lehmo sharing some jokes for a Mission Australia.