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Melbourne has so much going on, and there are always plenty of events that are free. You may still need to book, however, so check individual events for details.
Ashley Cross and Geoff Hughes: Jazz Guitar Duo
13 Aug 2017, Grainger Museum
Join duo Ashley Cross and Geoff Hughes for an afternoon performance of jazz guitar.
Visions of Spain
27 May 2017, Melba Hall - The Conservatorium
Visions of Spain with performances by Gerard Mapstone and Leyenda del Tiempo, is part of the 2017 Guitar Perspectives Concert Series.
Mauricio Carrasco: Bach Lute Suites
12 May 2017, Melba Hall - The Conservatorium
Mauricio Carrasco performs the Bach Lute Suites to launch the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music's 20 Guitar Perspectives Concert Series.
Professor Wallace Kirsop on Gabriel de Foigny
6 Jul 2017, Leigh Scott Room, Level 1, The Baillieu Library
Join Professor Wallace Kirsop for a talk on Gabriel de Foigny's novel La Terre Australe connue.
Tour of the Map Collection
18 May 2017, Map Collection, Level 4 ERC Library
Join David B.Jones for a tour of the Map Collection in conjunction with the exhibition, 'Plotting the Island: dreams, discovery and disaster'.
Plotting the Island: Dreams, Discovery and Disaster
23 Feb 2017 - 16 Jul 2017, The University of Melbourne
This exhibition navigates both real and imaginary voyages, seeing the island of Australia as a pivotal destination.
Indigenous Rock Art and Printmaking
8 May 2017, The University of Melbourne
The richness and diversity of rock art is celebrated through this illustrated lecture covering creative responses through the medium of print.
Sam Lemann and His Trio
27 Apr 2017, Grainger Museum
Join Sam Lemann and his trio for a selection of sweet sounds from the pre-amplified days, featuring the ukulele, mandolin and vintage jazz guitar.
The Melbourne Cufflink Exhibition and Acquisitive Prize
25 Aug 2017 - 9 Sep 2017, Lord Coconut
Lord Coconut presents the fifth annual Melbourne Cufflink Exhibition and Student Acquisitive Prize.
2 Jun 2017 - 24 Jun 2017, Lord Coconut
Human skull-inspired jewellery has been around for centuries. This exhibition features the contemporary use of human skull imagery in men's jewellery.
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