Basement Session: Shaftwerk
May
25
3:00 pm15:00

Basement Session: Shaftwerk

General admission: $10
General admission + drink: $15

Shaftwerk began as a busking duo featuring Andre Prenc and Adrian Jones. While both men’s musical backgrounds are firmly rooted in heavy rock, metal and punk they both shared a love and interest in 1850’s music.

After numerous busking and small venue gigs with Andre playing acoustic nylon string guitar and Adrian playing woodbox they added to the duo with Peter Bray (steel string acoustic) and Paul Elliott (tin whistle) to complete the current line up.

Featuring songs from Stephen Foster along with many contemporary Irish and English folk songs of the same era the boys add a modern tinge to these classic standards. Along with a healthy mix of sea shanties and a few reworked modern classics, Shaftwerk deliver a foot stomping show that will have you dancing and singing along to these great old tunes. 

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Life Drawing Series 2
May
29
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing Series 2

Life drawing returns for a second series
Single class: $25 inc GST / $20 inc GST for concession

Join us as we continue our discovery of the willow charcoal in the second life drawing series of 2019. Come down and dedicate some time to examining the human form throughout the whole 6-week series, or just for a one-off class.

Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different.

This is a three-hour drawing class on a Wednesday night, with professional models and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Respond to the challenges set, or set your own path.

Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Life Drawing Series 2
Jun
5
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing Series 2

Life drawing returns for a second series
Single class: $25 inc GST / $20 inc GST for concession

Join us as we continue our discovery of the willow charcoal in the second life drawing series of 2019. Come down and dedicate some time to examining the human form throughout the whole 6-week series, or just for a one-off class.

Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different.

This is a three-hour drawing class on a Wednesday night, with professional models and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Respond to the challenges set, or set your own path.

Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Out of Copyright film night: The brain that wouldn't die (1962)
Jun
6
7:00 pm19:00

Out of Copyright film night: The brain that wouldn't die (1962)

It’s a familiar tale. A talented, yet slightly unhinged, surgeon (Jason Evers) is tampering with body parts to try and keep them alive and building a bank of failed experiments which he keeps locked in a cupboard. When his sexy fiancee (Virginia Leith) is unexpectedly decapitated in a car accident he stuffs her head in his jacket and runs home to his basement lab. There he resuscitates his fiancee’s head, and resolves to find her a body to match. While the surgeon is off hunting in a burlesque nightclub for an alternative body to stick his fiancee’s head on to, the fiancee’s head starts to telepathically communicate with the rest of the failed experiments in the cupboard. Mayhem ensues. Plenty of buxom beauties and serious man talk, because, science. Recommended beverage is Jedi Juice, and haloumi fries. 2 stars.

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Granny Square Workshop: Beginners
Jun
8
2:00 pm14:00

Granny Square Workshop: Beginners

  • The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Classes: $30

Learn the basics of one of the most on-trend classics: crocheting. Be a part of the resurgence of granny square fashion with Ballarat’s own Granny Square Lady, Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling, and get up there with famous courure houses like Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu or Valentino. Book in for a one-off beginners class or further your skills with the Next Steps

Join us for complimentary cups of tea and good chat. Beginners will learn basic stitches, what the required materials are, some crocheting language, and receive a starter gift pack. The Next Step classes will continue the granny square technique and learn how to join squares to make a scarf or blanket.

Beginners classes run from 2pm - 5pm, Saturday 8 and Saturday 22 June. Next Step classes run from 2pm - 5pm, Saturday 15 and Saturday 29 June. All materials provided.

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Draw the Nude Dude
Jun
13
7:30 pm19:30

Draw the Nude Dude

He's baaaaaaaack!
Our very compliant and oh-so-polite nude dude is back for another drawing session. This is a free drawing event, hosted in the Basement Bar, where you're stepped through challenges and encouraged to drop your embarrassment, grab a charcoal and a drink and get drawing. Leave your prude at the door. Materials provided.

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Granny Square Workshop: Next Steps
Jun
15
2:00 pm14:00

Granny Square Workshop: Next Steps

  • The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Classes: $30

Learn the basics of one of the most on-trend classics: crocheting. Be a part of the resurgence of granny square fashion with Ballarat’s own Granny Square Lady, Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling, and get up there with famous courure houses like Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu or Valentino. Book in for a one-off beginners class or further your skills with the Next Steps

Join us for complimentary cups of tea and good chat. Beginners will learn basic stitches, what the required materials are, some crocheting language, and receive a starter gift pack. The Next Step classes will continue the granny square technique and learn how to join squares to make a scarf or blanket.

Beginners classes run from 2pm - 5pm, Saturday 8 and Saturday 22 June. Next Step classes run from 2pm - 5pm, Saturday 15 and Saturday 29 June. All materials provided.

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Rob Snarski
Jun
15
8:30 pm20:30

Rob Snarski

Tickets
General Admission:
$35.00 GST Inc.
General Admission + Supper: $50.00 GST Inc.

Rob Snarksi, of Blackeyed Susans fame, brings his golden croon to the Basement Bar for a night of poignant tales and inspired music from his new solo album ‘Sparrow & Swan’.

With lyrical songs about cab drivers, Robert Mitchum, lost sailors, the sun and the sky (to take a random sample), Rob is joined by maestro guitarist Shane O’Mara for an unforgettable night of musical story-telling. Don’t miss this chance to see two gifted performers in the intimate setting of The Lost Ones Basement Bar, for one night only.

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Granny Square Workshop: Beginners
Jun
22
2:00 pm14:00

Granny Square Workshop: Beginners

  • The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Classes: $30

Learn the basics of one of the most on-trend classics: crocheting. Be a part of the resurgence of granny square fashion with Ballarat’s own Granny Square Lady, Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling, and get up there with famous courure houses like Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu or Valentino. Book in for a one-off beginners class or further your skills with the Next Steps

Join us for complimentary cups of tea and good chat. Beginners will learn basic stitches, what the required materials are, some crocheting language, and receive a starter gift pack. The Next Step classes will continue the granny square technique and learn how to join squares to make a scarf or blanket.

Beginners classes run from 2pm - 5pm, Saturday 8 and Saturday 22 June. Next Step classes run from 2pm - 5pm, Saturday 15 and Saturday 29 June. All materials provided.

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Granny Square Workshop: Next Steps
Jun
29
2:00 pm14:00

Granny Square Workshop: Next Steps

  • The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Classes: $30

Learn the basics of one of the most on-trend classics: crocheting. Be a part of the resurgence of granny square fashion with Ballarat’s own Granny Square Lady, Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling, and get up there with famous courure houses like Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu or Valentino. Book in for a one-off beginners class or further your skills with the Next Steps

Join us for complimentary cups of tea and good chat. Beginners will learn basic stitches, what the required materials are, some crocheting language, and receive a starter gift pack. The Next Step classes will continue the granny square technique and learn how to join squares to make a scarf or blanket.

Beginners classes run from 2pm - 5pm, Saturday 8 and Saturday 22 June. Next Step classes run from 2pm - 5pm, Saturday 15 and Saturday 29 June. All materials provided.

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Spinning Wheel Workshops
Jul
4
to 25 Jul

Spinning Wheel Workshops

  • The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

4 week series: $264 inc wheel hire
4 week series: $224 BYO wheel

Join the resurgence of homemaking, recycling and upcycling textiles by learning the forgotten art of the spinning wheel. Local designer and maker Debbie Weston will guide you through a four week series of Spinning Wheel Workshops at The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery.

Throughout the series, Debbie will give an introduction to spinning fiber with an express course that teaches participants how to set up a spinning wheel, basic spinning technique, and where to begin when spinning.

Bookings required as spaces are strictly limited. Classes run each Thursday from July 4 to July 25, from 6:30pm - 9:30pm.

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Hetty Kate Swings the Standards
Jul
25
8:00 pm20:00

Hetty Kate Swings the Standards

General admission: $25
General admission + supper: $45

Fresh from Paris, jazz vocalist Hetty Kate is looking forward visiting Ballarat to perform with outstanding guitarist James Sherlock and bassist, Ben Hanlon. 

"Hetty has an approach to the songs that feels just right. She sings with an easy confidence that is infectious." Joseph Lang : Jersey Jazz Magazine (USA)

Credited with a 'natural musicality' Hetty Kate's pure tone and swing give a nod to the jazz singers of the 1940s and 50's whilst keeping a style that is all her own. In the last decade she has graced stages large and small from New York to New Zealand, toured with James Morrison, sung with the MSO, featured at jazz festivals around the world, released eight albums and moved to Paris. 

For this intimate concert, you can expect a smorgasbord of beautiful songs from Johnny Mercer, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, George Gershwin and more - plucked from the well thumbed pages of the Great American Songbook. Lots of swing, some surprises, and as always many anecdotes about life in France. 

"She’s truly one of the best swing-style vocalists (I’m talking 1940, Benny Goodman style 4/4 swing) on the current scene..” Will Friedwald : Jazz Critic, Wall Street Journal (USA)

Doors open 7pm.

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Hugo Race
Aug
8
8:00 pm20:00

Hugo Race

General admission: $45
General admission + supper: $65

Hugo Race, ex- Bad Seed and Wreckery founder, composer, producer and author returns with a new album from his  “Fatalists” project.

Never one to sit still, Race, follows his recent excursions into world electronica (Dirtmusic’s ‘Bu Bir Ruya’ and ‘Gemini 4’), 21st century blues (‘John Lee Hooker’s World Today’) with  a selection of modern folk songs on his latest album, “Taken by a Dream”.

The album is a cinematic tapestry of complex emotional states illuminated by mercurial moments of dazzling light and grace. Recorded in Sicily, Taken by The Dream is an album with a dark, nocturnal mood, characterised by pieces where the melodies, always tinged with a certain melancholic fatalism, float in textural and musical scores, crossing hypnotic rhythms with guitars of all kinds, sounds in reverse, organ, piano, keyboards and violins. 

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The Rum Rebellion - celebrating the spirit of uprising
May
24
7:00 pm19:00

The Rum Rebellion - celebrating the spirit of uprising

This Ballarat Heritage Week, The Lost Ones Basement Bar is celebrating the spirit of uprising - RUM.

A selection of carefully crafted cocktails, all including that essential of ingredients linked back to our rebellious era, are available for one night only. Come and revel in the spirit of the times, the alcohol that fed democracy. A night to raise a glass to our forebears, and recognise the chaos, the tumult and the raw energy that made our city great.

Free entry. This is a night of potation worthy of bushrangers…

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The Kelly Gang Remixed - with Geoffrey Williams
May
24
7:00 pm19:00

The Kelly Gang Remixed - with Geoffrey Williams

Tickets: $15 (sorry no concessions)

It’s over 100 years since the silent movie, The Story of the Kelly Gang, opened in Melbourne. This Australian-made production is thought to be the world’s first feature-length narrative movie. Despite raking in thousands of pounds and being celebrated as a landmark Australian film, by the end of the Second World War all known prints of the movie were thought to have vanished. Until the mid-1970s, some publicity material and a few photographs were all that remained. Thanks to some lucky finds and painstaking work, 16 minutes of this extraordinary film has now been pieced together and restored.

During the 2019 Ballarat Heritage Week, we're revisiting and remixing The Story of the Kelly Gang, with the help of local performer Geoffrey Williams. The inaugural performance of this world-class silent film has been now set to an original, commissioned musical, interpretative piece.

A handful of tickets are available to this "world premiere" of our remix of The Kelly Gang. 

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Life Drawing Series 2
May
22
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing Series 2

Life drawing returns for a second series
Single class: $25 inc GST / $20 inc GST for concession

Join us as we continue our discovery of the willow charcoal in the second life drawing series of 2019. Come down and dedicate some time to examining the human form throughout the whole 6-week series, or just for a one-off class.

Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different.

This is a three-hour drawing class on a Wednesday night, with professional models and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Respond to the challenges set, or set your own path.

Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Basement Session: Mick Trembath
May
18
3:00 pm15:00

Basement Session: Mick Trembath

General admission: $10
General admission + drink: $15

The insanely talented Mick Trembath is set to entertain us this Saturday for our Basement Bar Sessions. Kick back with Mick as he takes you an a wander through his influences, from Blind Blake to Fred Frith. Mick is as comfortable playing country rags as he is playing prepared guitar sonics.

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Cocktail workshop
May
16
7:30 pm19:30

Cocktail workshop

Learn the art of cocktail making with a workshop led by one of our cocktail masters in the Basement Bar. Build your cocktail repertoire from scratch with a classic that every cocktail fan should know: the martini.

Whether you like your martini dirty, you're more of a 007 fan, or you prefer our personal favourite, the Vesper, we'll show you how to get it right every time.

Tickets $15, and include a martini of your choice.

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Life Drawing Series 2
May
15
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing Series 2

Life drawing returns for a second series
Single class: $25 inc GST / $20 inc GST for concession

Join us as we continue our discovery of the willow charcoal in the second life drawing series of 2019. Come down and dedicate some time to examining the human form throughout the whole 6-week series, or just for a one-off class.

Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different.

This is a three-hour drawing class on a Wednesday night, with professional models and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Respond to the challenges set, or set your own path.

Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Basement Session: Paige Duggan Duo
May
11
3:00 pm15:00

Basement Session: Paige Duggan Duo

General admission $10
General admission + drink $15

Paige Duggan's approach to jazz is raw and honest. Her voice and passion for jazz exploration equal an extraordinary and rare talent. She explores vulnerability and risk, crafting a truly engaging listening experience.

Paired with Wayne Parker, a musically sensitive, thoughtful, talented guitarist, the duo present jazz as an exploration of stories which evolve. Moments of fluidity, quirkiness and humour. They perform traditional jazz standards in a contemporary manner as well as modern tunes.

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A Single Malt Whisky Adventure: Plate Up Ballarat
May
10
7:00 pm19:00

A Single Malt Whisky Adventure: Plate Up Ballarat

Tickets: $120

Take a heady deep-dive into the world of single cask, single malt scotch whisky.

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A comprehensive guided tasting of the world's finest and rarest whiskys by the internationally recognised Scotch Malt Whisky Society. An evening of drams complemented with finely aged and cured meats, mouthwatering cheeses and preserves.

Featuring Oakwood Smallgoods (Castlemaine), Goldfields Cheese (Ballarat), Salt Kitchen Charcuterie (Ballarat) and Il Piccolo Gelato (Ballarat).



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Life Drawing Series 2
May
8
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing Series 2

Life drawing returns for a second series
Single class: $25 inc GST / $20 inc GST for concession

Join us as we continue our discovery of the willow charcoal in the second life drawing series of 2019. Come down and dedicate some time to examining the human form throughout the whole 6-week series, or just for a one-off class.

Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different.

This is a three-hour drawing class on a Wednesday night, with professional models and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Respond to the challenges set, or set your own path.

Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Basement Session: Hey Mammoth
May
4
3:00 pm15:00

Basement Session: Hey Mammoth

General admission: $10
General admission + drink: $15

United by a mutual interest in both stagediving and making their mums proud, this all-female trio became Hey Mammoth; a combo of acoustic, folky original sounds sprinkled with edgy harmonies and lyrics that make you have a good think and a good laugh.

Through a series of wacky songs and interludes, they will have you contemplating the little things in life; Hey Mammoth will give you something to bring up at your next dinner party, and leave you chatting for the whole car-ride home.

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The Piano Man
May
1
7:30 pm19:30

The Piano Man

Tickets $10, $15 including drink.

Piano man Matt Ganim brings his extensive musical repertoire to The Lost Ones for an evening of entertainment.

With classics from Elvis Presley,  Billy Joel and Elton John to hits from Fleetwood Mac, Snow Patrol, Adele and more, Matt’s got your song requests covered.

Come down and sing along, challenge Matt’s musical knowledge or just enjoy the entertainment. Bookings recommended.

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Life Drawing Series 2
May
1
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing Series 2

Life drawing returns for a second series

Full series: $125 inc GST / $100 inc GST for concession
Single class: $25 inc GST / $20 inc GST for concession

Join us as we continue our discovery of the willow charcoal in the second life drawing series of 2019. Come down and dedicate some time to examining the human form throughout the whole 6-week series, or just for a one-off class.

Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different.

This is a three-hour drawing class on a Wednesday night, with professional models and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Respond to the challenges set, or set your own path.

Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

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Basement Session: Rod Gear
Apr
27
3:00 pm15:00

Basement Session: Rod Gear

Tickets from $10

Stalwart musician, Rod Gear brings his Latin and Middle Eastern musical expressions to The Basement Bar. Using his guitar and loop station, Gear creates subtle loops that draw the listener in, evoking a spectrum of emotion & thought. His arrangements of familiar songs, leave you with the essence of the composition, whilst injecting his own unique views into the mix. A great afternoon for some reflective world music.

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Basement Session: Mariah McCarthy
Apr
20
3:00 pm15:00

Basement Session: Mariah McCarthy

General admission $10
General admission + drink $15

Folk artist Mariah McCarthy is one of regional Victoria’s most prized possessions. With a beckoning voice of home, the honest and tender performer captivates every ear in the room.

Mariah is influenced by the story telling of Dylan and Young, with femininity reminiscent of Joni. This combined with her unique folk style makes for an enchanting, intimate performance from the young artist.

Mariah will be joined by Ben Langdon (The Bean Project, Grand Baxter) who featured on her debut EP ‘Counting Sheep’ released in 2018. Don’t miss the exquisite story telling of Mariah McCarthy.

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The Granny Square Cool
Apr
18
5:00 pm17:00

The Granny Square Cool

The Granny Square Cool

Learn how to crochet one of the most on-trend classics, and get ahead of the zeitgeist. Be a part of the resurgence of granny square fashion with Ballarat’s own Granny Square Guru - Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling, and get up there with famous couture houses like Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu or Valentino. Dress like Ruby Rose.  Book in for a day, or two, or all four. Join us for complimentary cups of tea and good chat. 

At the end of your three hour session, you'll leave with a finished granny square, a list of materials and instructions to let you continue at home and a POD Design granny square as inspiration!

Materials are supplied. 

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The Granny Square Cool
Apr
17
2:00 pm14:00

The Granny Square Cool

The Granny Square Cool

Learn how to crochet one of the most on-trend classics, and get ahead of the zeitgeist. Be a part of the resurgence of granny square fashion with Ballarat’s own Granny Square Guru - Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling, and get up there with famous couture houses like Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu or Valentino. Dress like Ruby Rose.  Book in for a day, or two, or all four. Join us for complimentary cups of tea and good chat. 

At the end of your three hour session, you'll leave with a finished granny square, a list of materials and instructions to let you continue at home and a POD Design granny square as inspiration!

Materials are supplied. 

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Gin Blending Workshop with Animus Distillery
Apr
13
2:00 pm14:00

Gin Blending Workshop with Animus Distillery

Ticket price: $120 (no concessions)

The Lost Ones Basement Bar has teamed up with Animus Gin distillery to bring you a special gin blending workshop.

This masterclass will give you a crash course in the history of gin through the ages, the process of distillation and includes a tasting of Animus' incredible range. The workshop is to be facilitated by Animus Distillery Ambassador, Luke Jacques. Be guided through the process and create your own bottle of your very own personalised gin!

A light sharing platter will be provided to complement the tasting.

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Out of Copyright Film Night - The Wasp Woman (1959)
Apr
11
7:00 pm19:00

Out of Copyright Film Night - The Wasp Woman (1959)

The latest in our ongoing series of Out of Copyright films - and this one doesn’t disappoint.

Janet is the ageing but glamorous head of a failing cosmetics firm who is staring at the terrifying future of losing her looks. A strangely-accented professor suggests that he has invented a magic serum including an ingredient taken from wasps, instead of the original ingredient from bees. Janet is impatient for results, and insists on using more than the recommended dose... with disastrous results.


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The Granny Square Cool
Apr
11
5:00 pm17:00

The Granny Square Cool

The Granny Square Cool

Learn how to crochet one of the most on-trend classics, and get ahead of the zeitgeist. Be a part of the resurgence of granny square fashion with Ballarat’s own Granny Square Guru - Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling, and get up there with famous couture houses like Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu or Valentino. Dress like Ruby Rose.  Book in for a day, or two, or all four. Join us for complimentary cups of tea and good chat. 

At the end of your three hour session, you'll leave with a finished granny square, a list of materials and instructions to let you continue at home and a POD Design granny square as inspiration!

Materials are supplied. 

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The Granny Square Cool
Apr
10
2:00 pm14:00

The Granny Square Cool

The Granny Square Cool

Learn how to crochet one of the most on-trend classics, and get ahead of the zeitgeist. Be a part of the resurgence of granny square fashion with Ballarat’s own Granny Square Guru - Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling, and get up there with famous couture houses like Yves Saint Laurent, Miu Miu or Valentino. Dress like Ruby Rose.  Book in for a day, or two, or all four. Join us for complimentary cups of tea and good chat. 

At the end of your three hour session, you'll leave with a finished granny square, a list of materials and instructions to let you continue at home and a POD Design granny square as inspiration!

Materials are supplied.

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Draw the Nude Dude
Apr
4
7:30 pm19:30

Draw the Nude Dude

He's baaaaaaaack!
Our very compliant and oh-so-polite nude dude is back for another drawing session. This is a free drawing event, hosted in the Basement Bar, where you're stepped through challenges and encouraged to drop your embarrassment, grab a charcoal and a drink and get drawing. Leave your prude at the door. Materials provided.

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Life Drawing
Apr
3
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing

  • The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Single class: $25 / $20 (concession)

Join us as we rediscover the willow charcoal and dust off the easels for the first life drawing series of 2019. Come down and dedicate some time to examining the human form throughout the whole 6-week series, or just for a one-off class.

Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different.

This is a three-hour drawing class on a Wednesday night, with professional models and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Respond to the challenges set, or set your own path.

Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

Classes run each Wednesday from 27 February through to 3 April, from 6pm to 9pm.

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Sunday Session: GraceJean
Mar
31
3:00 pm15:00

Sunday Session: GraceJean

General admission: $10
General admission + drink: $15

GraceJean is a folk duo whose warm, honest sound and heartfelt storytelling creates a cathartic space, safe for emotional exploration.

Abundant in rich harmonies, intricate instrumentation and compelling lyrics, the music serves as a source of soulful nourishment for audiences.

Off the back of a sold out EP launch in January 2019 at The Wesley Anne in Melbourne, Darebin Music Feast Songwriting Competition second place winners GraceJean are swiftly moving in to the new year with a year of successes under their belts and new music to share!

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FedUni Third Year Music Theatre Company Self-Devised Cabaret Season
Mar
27
to 30 Mar

FedUni Third Year Music Theatre Company Self-Devised Cabaret Season

Ticket Prices
Adult $15
Concession / Friends of the Arts Academy $10
Fed Uni Students $5

Discover the future of cabaret. Over one extraordinary week delve into the hearts, minds and imaginations of thirty-three emerging artists. They sing, they dance and act but what do they want to say to the world? All will be revealed across four brand new shows created in collaboration with award-winning theatre-makers Ash Flanders and Luke Di Somma. Inventive, absurd, soulful, funny and tragic. Anything could happen. And probably will.

Group A (Chaos) shows: Wednesday 27 March 7pm, Friday 29 March 7pm.
Group B (Control) shows: Wednesday 27 March 8.30pm, Friday 29 March 8.30pm.
Group C (Heroes) shows: Thursday 28 March 7pm, Saturday 30 March 7pm.
Group D (Villains) shows: Thursday 28 March 8.30pm, Saturday 30 March 8.30pm.
Groups are listed on the ticket page.

*Uni Students must present student ID.

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Life Drawing
Mar
27
6:00 pm18:00

Life Drawing

  • The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Single class: $25 / $20 (concession)

Join us as we rediscover the willow charcoal and dust off the easels for the first life drawing series of 2019. Come down and dedicate some time to examining the human form throughout the whole 6-week series, or just for a one-off class.

Perfect for the experienced artist who simply wants to keep their skills up, as well as for the novice who wants to try something different.

This is a three-hour drawing class on a Wednesday night, with professional models and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Respond to the challenges set, or set your own path.

Easels, clips and boards provided. Please bring your own materials.

Classes run each Wednesday from 27 February through to 3 April, from 6pm to 9pm.

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