GET IT LIVE - GET IT AT TRADES HALL ARTS, bringing class back into the
class struggle . . .

Send a message to the Howard Government that Australians are opposed to
a war in Iraq. Join the international weekend of action against the US
plans for war. Union members assemble at Trades Hall  4:30pm
Mass Rally assemble at The State Library of Victoria, cnr Swanston St &
LaTrobe St
March to Federation Square for music (Mark Seymour, Crawfish Dave,
Richard Frankland & Andy Balour, Skaz), street theatre (butoh and more)
and speeches - For more info visit the Victorian Peace Network website

A Gig for Peace
After the Valentine's Day Peace Rally get yourself, your family and
friends up to Trades Hall for a jumpin' and pumpin' gig!

Some of Melbourne's brightest and best new bands will be playing a
concert dedicated to peace and goodwill. With band members from all over
the globe and music that is equally eclectic it is sure to be a great
night. Knuf (8pm - 9:15pm)  Tzu (9:30pm - 10:15pm)  Offcuts (10:30pm -
11:15pm) followed by DJ Fanta Pants spinning and scratching discs in the
Trades Hall Bar until the small hours. The perfect way to finish a big
day with a big message.

Trades Hall Bar & New Ballroom
8pm Friday, February 14th
Tickets: $5 Full/ $3 Conc - at the door on the night

A Keep Left Theatre Benefit Fundriaser
More Phantastic than the Phantom . . . More Caustic than Cabaret . . .
More Chutzpah than Chicago . . . Now, bigger and better than ever - WTO:
The Musical!

Keep Left Theatre brings you a night of music, laughter and
exploitation. Come and play Union Musical Chairs, join the Jerry
Springer audience, meet an
authentic WTO protester from Channel 9 and win a chance to Beat the
System. With music from Spotswood Swing

7:30pm Thursday, February 20th
Trades Hall Bar
Tickets: $12 Full/ $8 Conc - Enquiries Ph: 9318 5271

WORLD SEASON Film Screenings
presented by Access News & SKA TV
VOCES ARGENTINA (Argentina): a lyrical documentary that covers the
proto-revolutionary events of 2001 - popular assemblies, barter markets,
worker occupations of factories and more.
BOOM AND BUST (UK): known on the streets of the UK for his cheeky and
political artwork, Banksy takes us on a tour of his world and the forces
that motivate and inspire him.
SUBVERTISING WORKSHOP (UK): Crew at the Okasional Cafe in Manchester
take us through some of the skills and ideas behind creating political
street arts.

7pm - Monday, February 17th
Trades Hall Bar
FREE event - donations welcome

by Gary Parkinson
A rationale for an ancient art form. Paintings and other traditional art
forms like printing, drawing, sculpture and the like have a physical
presence and immediacy that no other art form can hope to achieve. The
intention of the artist can be seen and is laid bare. Traditional
painting has the power to transcend
cultural barriers that no other art form can. If it is a good art work
the painting will communicate directly with the viewer in a way that is
unique and personal.
NIBS Gallery, Trades Hall
Until Saturday 8 March 2003.
Open: 10:00am-6: 30pm Monday-Friday 11:00am-5:00pm Saturday.


54 Victoria St (Cnr Lygon St) Carlton  Ph: 9662 3555
Trades Hall Bar - open nightly from 5pm 'til late
Friday Happy Hours 4 - 7pm
(Vodka, Peach Schnapps & Cranberry Juice ) ONLY $6
more info visit

war is expensive - peace is priceless

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