TRY some free Spanish tapas, reboot an entire street, indulge your artistic senses at the Islamic Arts Festival or go shopping at the ‘Markit’ at Federation Square. Pick your poison this weekend as Elizabeth Yick fills you in.
GET back into shape, enjoy a few sliders, celebrate being a vegan or browse around the Melbourne Design Market. You’re never short of options this weekend as Elizabeth Yick explains.
SHOPPING and cars are on our minds this weekend with the Garage Sale Trail, Round She Goes pre-loved designer and vintage fashion market and Car Club Showcase. Elizabeth Yick fills you in.
LEARN how to be an entrepreneur, shop for independently made art and jewellery or celebrate Malaysian culture. Elizabeth Yick fills you in with what’s on this weekend.
HOW truthful is the depiction of sex on film? This SEXtember, we observe the controversy surrounding award-winning film, Blue Is The Warmest Colour and the discourse that it has inspired.
Try some Polish dumplings, take part in the Freeplay Independent Games Festival, spend a day reliving your childhood at the Royal Melbourne Show, or catch a fashion event for a good cause. Here’s Elizabeth Yick with more.
CHOW down on some tacos at the Mission Mexican Festival, support cultural diversity in Australia at Colourfest 2013 or take part in a creative workshop. Elizabeth Yick fills you in with what’s on this weekend.
AS Reel Anime returns to Melbourne this year, some of the year’s most anticipated anime releases can be seen on the big screen. Elizabeth Yick fills you in on the film festival and explains how you can win two prize packs filled with Reel Anime goodies.
INDULGE in Taiwanese cuisine, buy pre-owned designer clothing, rummage through an artists’ market or learn about the origins of humanity. Elizabeth Yick fills you in with what’s happening this weekend.
THOUGH frequently misunderstood, “So, Where Are You From?” is a production that aims to shed light on the woes of international students. Elizabeth Yick spoke to Catherine Simmonds, creative director of the show, to learn more about it.
This weekend, support your fellow students by taking part in the creative MUDFest, enjoy some fireworks down at Docklands or plan for the future at Herald Sun’s Career Expo. Here’s Elizabeth Yick with more.
FROM edgy, daring dramas to award-winning documentaries, this year’s AICE Israeli Film Festival promises to showcase the best of Israeli cinema. Don’t know where to begin? Elizabeth Yick shortlists a few of her favourites.