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What's On This Weekend In Melbourne | March 4-6

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Updated: 7 October 2016
This weekend is a feast for your senses! Whether you’re sampling delightful delicacies and the finest beverages along the Yarra river, catching on the best French cinema has to offer, or heading to a stand-out exhibition – the city has it all. And for those wanting to let loose in the last days of summer, get ready for the biggest Sunday street party of the year.

FRIDAY

ART | Made In Melbourne @ Auguste Clown Gallery

In a city that constantly celebrates its passion for art and all things creative and quirky, the Auguste Clown Gallery hosts Made In Melbourne, an exhibition showcasing works from the city’s best and brightest. LAST CHANCE!

Mysterious Al | Image courtesy of Auguste Clown Gallery
Mysterious Al | Image courtesy of Auguste Clown Gallery

SATURDAY

FILM | French Film Festival 2016

Cinephiles and francophiles rejoice, as the Alliance Française French Film Festival returns to Melbourne for the 27th time.

The Brand New Testament | Image courtesy of Alliance Francaise French Film Festival
The Brand New Testament | Image courtesy of Alliance Francaise French Film Festival

ART | The Art of Star Wars and Superheroes

Having taken over two years to assemble, The Art of Star Wars and Superheroes exhibition currently on display at theSilver K Gallery is the largest display of Star Wars art ever presented in Australia.

Incoming T-70 | Image courtesy of Silver K Gallery, © Disney and Lucasfilm
Incoming T-70 | Image courtesy of Silver K Gallery, © Disney and Lucasfilm

FOOD | Melbourne Food And Wine Festival 2016

Foodies better loosen their belts, as Melbourne’s legendary Food and Wine Festival opens its larders again this March with a range of special treats in celebration of its 20th anniversary.

SUNDAY

ART | 200 Years Of Australian Fashion

Fashion fans and history buffs take note: in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Melbourne Fashion Festival, the National Gallery of Victoria launches 200 Years Of Australian Fashion.

Linda Jackson and Jenny Kee wearing Linda Jackson’s Tutti Frutti dress in 1975 | Image courtesy of NGV, © Ann Noon
Linda Jackson and Jenny Kee wearing Linda Jackson’s Tutti Frutti dress in 1975 | Image courtesy of NGV, © Ann Noon

MUSIC | Sydney Road Street Party

Sydney Road Street Party is not only the prelude to Brunswick Music Festival, it’s also Melbourne’s biggest annual multicultural gathering.

Image courtesy of Sydney Road Street Party
Image courtesy of Sydney Road Street Party

ART | Julian Rosefeldt’s MANIFESTO

In Julian Rosefeldt’s latest exhibition, Manifesto, the artist collaborated with Australian actress Cate Blanchett to create a 13-channel work challenging the role of the artist in today’s society.

Image courtesy of the Australian Centre for Moving Arts (ACMI), © Julian Rosefeldt
Image courtesy of the Australian Centre for Moving Arts (ACMI), | © Julian Rosefeldt