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February 2017
8.00 am — 5.00 pm
@ Emerald Hill Library & Heritage Centre
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Waves of love & emotion, is the 10th inter-generational exhibition presented by Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV) under the umbrella of WHAT HAPPENED AT THE PIER. Themed on the concept of LOVE in all its permutations, what lies at the heart of each story is a visual biography, small in scale but GRAND in the way experiences are revealed by each of the Memory Keepers with sincere simplicity. If one was to single out the most powerful element in these twelve pieces, it would…

March 2017
7.30 pm — 9.30 pm
@ South Melbourne Town Hall
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Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt in Concert with Jay Dabgar

For one evening, only in Melbourne, Multicultural Arts Victoria is honoured to welcome Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. Respected throughout India as a master of the Mohan Veena, Vishwa is also known internationally for his Grammy-award winning album, A Meeting by the River with Ry Cooder and collaborations with artists such as Taj Mahal, Béla Fleck and Jerry Douglas. For the past forty years, Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt has been hugely influential in presenting his instrument, the Mohan Veena on the…

April 2017
11.00 am — 5.00 pm
@ Princes Pier

The Piers Festival 2017

Featuring Joe Camilleri & the Black Sorrows; the Core-tet; Oi Dipnoi; the haBiBis; Mojo Juju & the Samoan Choir. With MC Anna GoGo to get you go-go-ing, and DJ PAZ filling the sea breeze with carnival beats at this FREE festival MAV is excited to announce the 6th Piers Festival this April, featuring a vibrant mix of artists and cultures; iconic sounds, new collaborations, music, dance and activities for all ages. Enjoy the festive interactive atmosphere of the Landing, with displays,…

May 2017
3.00 pm — 9.00 pm
@ Playhouse, Arts Centre Melbourne

Mahmoud Ahmed and Ali Birra with The JAzmaris

An electrifying celebration of Ethiopian jazz The Red Sea’s most seductive soul singer, Mahmoud Ahmed, and the king of Oromo music, Ali Birra, will join forces with Melbourne’s own Ethio-jazz band The JAzmaris, performing their respective classics as well as tributes to contemporaries from the bustling Ethiopian music scene. Undeniably Ethiopia’s most famous singer of its 1970s golden era, Mahmoud Ahmed rose to fame amid a turbulent political climate in which he did all he could to keep singing. Influenced…

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