What's on in the arts: April 19, 2017

Guided tours of Warrnambool's street art are happening this week. Pictured is Warrnambool artist Jessicah Meggs with her Patloch Lane mural. Picture: Amy Paton

Guided tours of Warrnambool's street art are happening this week. Pictured is Warrnambool artist Jessicah Meggs with her Patloch Lane mural. Picture: Amy Paton

EXHIBITIONS

MENTORS & MAKERS: Outlaw Gallery, Fletcher Jones building, Warrnambool, until April 30. 

PROGRESSION IN PASTEL – RICKY SCHEMBRI: The Artery, Warrnambool, until April 30. 

DRINK & BEACHED VERANDAH: Wishart Gallery, Port Fairy, until May 14. 

RAINING CATS, DOGS, RABBITS AND OTHERS: Customs House Gallery, Hawkesdale, until May 28. 

LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTED: WAG, Warrnambool, until June 12. 

FROM THE BOWER: WAG, until June 12. 

BOLITA PA BOLITA – MELISSA AITKEN: WAG, until June 12. 

EREWHON: WAG, until June 12. 

HENTY – A FAMILY COLLECTION: Casterton Town Hall, until 13 October. 

EVENTS

STREET ART WALK: Civic Green, Warrnambool, April 19, 12pm. A guided one-hour tour of Warrnambool’s street art collection.

CELTIC SHOWCASE: King’s College, Warrnambool, April 21, 7.30pm. Warrnambool Pipe Band presents a night of Celtic music and dance.

AUTHOR TALK: Casterton Library, April 22, 10am, and Portland Library, 2pm. Rosalie Ham, author of The Dressmaker, discusses her work, with the Portland talk followed by a screening of The Dressmaker.

WORKSHOP: The Artery, Warrnambool, April 22-23, 11am. Join Ricky Schembri for these sessions on pastels.

ODDBALL: Cape Otway Lightstation, April 22, 6pm. Producer Richard Keddie hosts a screening of the Warrnambool-based film, shown for the Otways Film Fest.

RAISE THE BARRE: Lighthouse Theatre, Warrnambool, April 22, 7pm. Masters of Choreography presents this “commercial ballet show with attitude”.

INFO SESSION: Lighthouse Theatre, Warrnambool, April 23, 10am. School-age theatre group Primary Performers is holding an information and registration session.

STREET ART WALK: The Artery, Warrnambool, April 23, 2pm. A guided one-hour tour of Warrnambool’s street art collection.

CORANDERRK: Lighthouse Theatre, Warrnambool, April 27, 7.30pm. This poignant drama recreates the 1881 Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry in which the Coranderrk tribe took on the Aboriginal Protection Board.

THE MAN THEY CALLED THE BANJO: Warrnambool Racecourse, April 30, 5pm. The history of Waltzing Matilda is explored in this locally connected production.

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