"Melbourne" Blogs & Blog Posts

Melbourne TodayMelbourne Today

Daily photos of Melbourne, Australia

 
throughhisownthroughhisown

Original photography and youtube music

 
Melbourne Daily PhotoMelbourne Daily Photo

Melbourne is my city and I want people to see what a beautiful place it is....

 
Look from my eyes, feel from my heartLook from my eyes, feel from my heart

This blog revolves around the life of a simple girl who hopes to see change...

 
Scarlet WordsScarlet Words

Elizabeth is a Melbourne blogger who writes about art & photography, fo...

 


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A short documentary about Troy Innocent, a 2018 Melbourne Art Trams artist. This artwork makes one of Melbourne’s trams playable—literally. While the geometric imagery is an artwork in itself, an augmented reality app reveals another layer of ani...

Albert Coates (1895-1977) was born in Ballarat in Central Victoria, oldest of seven children of strong Methodists Arthur and Clara Coates. Alth­ough money was short, Arthur and Clara raised their family valuing educ­at­ion. Albert had a thirst for...

A Scandal in Bohemia by Gideon Haigh (Hamish ­Hamilton, 2018) tells an incredible story.  Mollie Dean (1905-30) was a very attractive Melburnian, a young woman who had great plans for the future. Many men said she was an excep­t­ional person,...

Thelma Komesaroff (1923-2015) was a student at University High, an elective school in Melbourne that encouraged its students to stay at school, even throughout the Great Depression and the 1939-45 World War. At a time when most girls and some boys we...

"Simple Luv" by Oscar Key Sung on https://soundcloud.com/key-sung...

Harold Freedman (1915–99) was born in Melbourne and educated at Melbourne Technical Col­lege. Starting his long career in 1936, he worked in all public arts: port­raits, war propaganda, polit­ic­al car­toons, graphic design, ad­vertising, ill...

For the 2017 Melbourne Winter Masterpieces, the National Gallery of Victoria/NGV put on a fine exhibition called Van Gogh and the Seas­ons. This exhibition featured works lent by intern­ational museums, and attracted a huge number of Australian vis...