The 2017 Melbourne Career Expo, proudly sponsored by SpotJobs, is back for its 16th year; bringing you expert advice to help you with your current career transition.
Things are always on the move at Geelong Arcade Hotspot Ms Bartronica, and the recent addition of the monster two player shooting fest Time Crisis 2 has proven a real hit with the punters. When you add well-priced cocktails, beers and mixers to the equation, things are looking really good. Add game console booths, pinball machines and a great selection of arcade games from yesteryear to this and a great night out is ensured! But did you know they have regular Wednesday Trivia Nights? Or GoldenEye tournaments?
The beloved Geelong store formerly known as Peach Boutique has recently renamed and rebranded, now identified as hutch. Sisters Jenna and Em Hutchison, the names behind the store, decided that the time had come to make the exciting change.
As the sound of carolers echo throughout Sovereign Hill’s township, and anticipation of snowfall fills the air, visitors will be swept up in the excitement of a special European-style Christmas event, as Sovereign Hill shines brighter than ever before from July 1 to 30 for the Winter Wonderlights.
The Glitter Project Collective is Geelong’s newest inspirational one day event for women, featuring a day’s worth of keynote speaker sessions, entertainment, workshops and stalls showcasing local businesses and creatives – giving you all kinds of inspiration.
After finishing up classes last year, Life Drawing Geelong is back and with no skill or talent required to take part, it’s the perfect place to let your inner artist shine. We chat to Jane about what life drawing is really about.
When we think of still life painting, one might be inclined to think of hyper realistic paintings of fruit on purple tablecloths.
The owner of Little Malop street’s Real Music Vinyl & CDs Matt Penney grew up in a world where if you wanted to listen to music, you bought a record or cassette. When CDs came to the forefront of the public consciousness, Penney steered clear.
This August Safran returns to one of the key scenes in his book ‘Depends What You Mean by Extremist’, where the two sides of Australia’s extremism collided in Bendigo. He joins the likes of Clementine Ford, John Marsden, Maxine Beneba Clarke and more at the Bendigo Writers Festival.
The Bendigo Writers Festival is fast approaching and whether you are a budding writer, professional or freelance, or just someone who loves to put pen to paper, the Bendigo Writers Festival is sure to strike some form of interest for you.