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Music for the Winter Solstice

Celebrate the Winter Solstice

21 June 2017
The beautiful voices of St Leonard’s College Early Music Vocal Ensemble will help drive away the...
Sir Thomas Bent, 1st Mayor of Brighton

Restored portrait unveiled

8 June 2017
A restored portrait of Sir Thomas Bent, Brighton’s first Mayor, was unveiled at Brighton Town Hall...
Snow by Michael Vale

Michael Vale wins Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize

12 May 2017
Well-known Melbourne-based artist Michael Vale has taken out the $15,000 Bayside Acquisitive Art...
Bayside Design Market on 8 April

Experience the Bayside Design Market

31 March 2017
Unique treasures await among the handmade and locally designed art and crafts at the Bayside Design...


A painting of stylised familiar items, doughnut, flowers, an open mouth with cherry and geometric patterns on bright pink and maroon colours

Polly Hollyoak: Superfluous

5 Jun - 7 Jul 2017

This exhibition by artist Polly Hollyoak straddles the boundaries between abstraction and representational forms. The works presented in 'Superfluous' has been informed by the suburban Bayside environment.

Indigenous work depicting a long necked turtle and a snake, white, black and ochre colours on a mottled black and red background

The art of Kakadu, Hampton Library

7 Jun - 5 Jul 2017

Beaumaris Rotary present The art of Kakadu, an exhibition highlighting the art and artists of Jabiru and the Kakadu National Park.

Play writing workshop

Calling all playwrights

1 Jul 2017

Want to write plays? Find out how to start writing plays or get valuable advice on writing better plays.

Sculpture of a snake in a garden

Fictitious Realities exhibition

1 Jul - 3 Sep 2017

Curated by Robert Lindsay, this sculpture exhibition explores unusual and captivating realities which play with scale.