What’s on in July in Victoria
From nature to story telling, cities to the moon, check out our top 10 events this month.
European Night Market
- Madame Brussels Lane, 50 Lonsdale Street
- 5, 12, 19 and 26 July
A great way to say goodbye to the working week, warm up with the tastes, smells, sights and sounds of Europe every Friday night in July.
Wangaratta Stitched Up Festival
- Stitchy Central, Gallery 2, Wangaratta Art Gallery, 56 Ovens Street
- 6 to 14 July
A biennial celebration of all things textile, involving people of all ages and featuring a diverse range of textile art and crafts.
- Melbourne Arts Centre
- 9 and 13 July
A heart-warming tale about the unexpected friendship between a noisy robot and a cuddly buddy called Mort. Perfect for the family and suitable for children aged two to seven. Auslan-interpreted performance available.
Between Tiny Cities
- Melbourne Arts Centre
- 10 to 13 July
Budding hip-hop fans can get up close to a high-energy b*boy battle in this tale of cultural ownership told through the language of dance.
2019 Bastille Day French Festival
- Fed Square Atrium, Federation Square
- 12 and 13 July
Bringing the spirit of the French Revolution to Fed Square’s Atrium and Deakin Edge Theatre, and experience the best of la vie a la francaise in the heart of Melbourne.
Second Nature exhibition
- AGRA Galleries, 1 Inglesby Road, Camberwell
- 17 to 28 July
The Wildlife Art Society of Australasia presents Second Nature, an exhibition of wildlife art in support of Birdlife Australia.
Pictured: Owl by Nadine Dudek for WASA.
Paper Landscapes exhibition
- Visitors Centre Gallery, Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne
- 20 July to 4 August
Phillip Island Festival of Stories 2019
- Cowes Cultural Centre, 97 Thompson Avenue
- 26 to 28 July
The cream of local and national storytellers bring to life the big and the small stories that bind, challenge and intrigue us.
Brickman Cities powered by Lego City
- Scienceworks Melbourne, 2 Booker Street, Spotswood
- Until 4 August
Immerse yourself in history during this brand-new interactive experience created by Lego Masters judge Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught.
The Moon Exhibition
- Geelong Gallery, 55 Little Malop Street
- Until 1 September
20 July 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. This exhibition brings together artistic responses to the celestial body that orbits the Earth.