A global feast

The Queen Vic Summer Night Market

The Summer Night Market is back! The Queen Victoria Market will host the Night Market every Wednesday from 5pm – 10pm until March.

More than 50 street food traders will cook up a global feast. If that doesn’t get the taste buds tingling, then perhaps the new barbecue pit will.

Patrons can also enjoy a beverage in the Little Creatures Beer Garden while being entertained by some of Melbourne’s premier performers.

And if that’s not enough, specialty stalls from artisan designers and vintage collectors will keep you browsing well into the night.

Visit www.qvm.com.au/night-market to find out more.

Festival21

Festival21 is an inspiring celebration of community, food, culture and future. It is a free event that will explore how food and the way we eat can be the key to a sustainable and healthy future.

Festival21 will be held at The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on Friday, December 11. A live exhibition will run throughout the day, including indoor vegetable gardens, pop-ups and free classes.

A youth-focused day program will run from 12pm until 5pm, and the evening program will begin at 7pm. The evening will include an open celebration that’s packed with music, comedy, short-films, panel-discussions and live social enterprise pitching.

For more information, visit www.festival21.com.au

PolArt

Get set for eight colourful and exciting days. PolArt 2015 will celebrate Polish culture in Melbourne with over 1000 performers and artists at 22 venues across Melbourne.

The events include a mix of dance, song, theatre, visual arts and literature.

There are a variety of free and ticketed events (prices vary).

PolArt 2015 Melbourne is running from December 27 – January 3. Head to

www.polart2015.com.au to check out the program.

A Brief Night

Aspiring designers may have their work cut out for them at this event. A Brief Night is a collaboration between creative agency Yoke and General Assembly aimed at design students, graduates and aspiring designers.

The designers are given a brief and have 90 minutes to respond. The event is designed to mimic the demands of a fast-paced studio.

Aspiring designers who are interested in participating can find out more at www.yokedesign.com.au/a-brief-night/.

A Brief Night will be held at General Assembly from 6pm on Wednesday, December 2 and is a free event.

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