Ceramics at Windowspace

Windowspace-Beeac is showing the work of ceramicist Georgia Harvey throughout April. Harvey’s work is subtly beautiful and particularly of interest as it combines samples of local lake silt in its alchemy. Titled Quiet Chime, the exhibition features adventurous pieces, with Harvey saying “I enjoy exploring material behaviour and pushing materials to places they wouldn’t typically… Read More »

New show for Melodaires

Local performance group The Melodaires are ready to present their new show, Let’s Face the Music. The performance is a musical treat with foot-tapping songs and glitzy, glamorous costumes. The Melodaires is a group of nine performers who entertain seniors groups and at special events throughout the Bellarine Peninsula. They are looking forward to upcoming… Read More »

Queenscliff draws on life

A selection of drawings from participants at Queenscliff Neighbourhood House’s Monday afternoon life drawing sessions will be on show at an exhibition titled Drawn from Life. The exhibition is open at Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House from 10am-4pm weekdays and weekends by request to Denise Main on 0408 584 169. Untutored life drawing sessions are held on… Read More »


FRIDAY 15/4 A shift in heart Woodbin Theatre presents The Shifting Heart at the Lilian Stott Centre in Geelong. The story is set at 4pm on Christmas Eve sometime in the 1950s in the Collingwood backyard of the Bianchi family home. We see the interaction between neighbours in a Melbourne suburb that has become home… Read More »

Kernaghan honours Spirit of the Anzacs

Country superstar Lee Kernaghan has been endlessly inspired by the Australian people for more than two decades, and on his new tour he pays homage to some of the bravest. Kernaghan’s The Songs and the Stories in Concert is coming to GPAC on Friday May 20 and features his biggest hits and special performances from… Read More »


Raised in Warrnambool with Irish heritage and a will to wander, Marcia Howard is bringing together her worldly influences and home sensibilities for the National Celtic Festival in June. The reigning Port Fairy Folk Music Festival Artist of the Year and award-winning Goanna band member has drawn upon her recent travels through Europe, the UK… Read More »

Canoe creators announced during special ceremony

Geelong’s Extreme Arts Walk – Mountain to Mouth 2016 announced the recipients of its major sculpture commission in a special ceremony at Eastern Beach last week. Papua New Guinean artist, Leonard Tebegetu and Australian artist, Mahony Maia Kiely were jointly awarded the commission – which will enable the creation of Mountain to Mouth 2016’s lead… Read More »

Torquay Boardriders score

WHAT an amazing day on Saturday for Torquay Boardriders Clubs’s (TBC) first 2016 senior competition. Jan Juc delivered fun three to five foot peaks all day. The challenging conditions showed the emergence of a new talent in the female division, 14-year-old Angela Ball. Angela picked the best waves during her heats which helped her win… Read More »

Galaxy head far far away

In Round five WNPL soccer matches on the weekend Galaxy United took FC Bulleen Lions at their home ground, Veneto Club, 191 Bulleen Road, Bulleen with mixed results. The Under 13s lost 1-2, the Under 15s lost 0-1, the Under 18s won 3-1 and the Senior women won 2-0. In the Senior game, Melissa Taranto… Read More »


The Torquay Football Academy continues to draw the big names, with Geelong recruit Lachie Henderson turning up at training at Spring Creek Reserve on Tuesday. Henderson, who has played the first three games of the 2016 AFL season for the Cats since arriving from Carlton, ran a series of drills with the Tigers’ Under-16 and… Read More »