Imagine Melton is a diverse arts and cultural program that celebrates sculpture, visual, craft, literature, music, dance, theatre, singing, film and animation across a range of styles, genres and practices.
Summer of Street Art
Summer of Street Art brings you the skills and stories behind high-impact urban art, with one of Australia’s top street artists, HAHA, and some of the West’s best local talent.
All programs are FREE!
Community Street Art Day
Outlines Workshops presents an afternoon of street art workshops and demos.
Tues 17 Oct, from 4.00pm-6.00pm
Taylors Hill Youth and Community Centre, 121 Calder Park Dr, Taylors Hill
Drop in to meet HAHA, watch him work and make your own stencil art while you’re there.
Sat 28, Sun 29, and Tues 31 Oct between 10.30am–5pm.
Raglans Cottage, 237 High St, Melton
No bookings required, just drop in.
700 CUTS presents works by acclaimed Melbourne street artist HAHA, exploring his enduring interest in portraiture.
HAHA investigates fame, culture and colliding identities through images of iconic celebrities. See which super stars you recognise!
From 10 Nov–21 Jan at CS Gallery
Book now to join us for the official opening on Friday 10 November at 3.30pm
Graffiti workshops at Djerriwarrh Festival
Join Outlines workshops at Djerriwarrh Festival and make a collaborative street artwork!
18 November 2.00pm–4.00pm at Djerriwarrh Festival
Open to ages 14-25.
No bookings required
Outlines Workshop – Stencil Art
Some of the West’s best artists from Outlines Workshop help students create their own stencil art with serious street cred.
Available between 16 Oct–3 Nov
HAHA – Stencil Portraits
HAHA brings stencil portrait workshops right to your classroom.
Available between 23 Oct–3 Nov
To book a school workshop, email email@example.com
YOUTH WORKSHOPS (AGES 12-25)
HAHA Studio Workshops
Intensive stencil portrait workshops with HAHA, and be in for chance to have your work exhibited at CS Gallery!
1 - 3 November between 3.15-7.15pm
Follow Imagine Melton on Facebook to get news on a major art work by PHIBS and expressions of interest for local street art commissions.
All activities form part of a Melton Graffiti Preventative Education and Street Art Activation Program, which is funded by the Victorian Government’s Community Crime Prevention Program.
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